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We enjoyed our 2-hour boat ride to the Isla de Las Muñecas. Be sure to go on a week day as there are many boats and I can only imagine the traffic jam on a busy weekend. The scenery is unspoiled with many flowers, birds...More
Cuemanco is alike Xochimilco. You can travel by those special boats named "trajineras" and listen to music, sing, dance and eat while navigating by its canals. But it is not as crowded as Xochimilco which I realy loved. Besides you can visit and see a...More
Xochimilco, the remains from the prehispanic lakes in the Aztec capital, lies about 16 km (10 miles) Southeast from Mexico-City’s downtown.
The floating gardens, in the southern part of Xochimilco, are the traditional tourist attraction.
Less known is the newer area around Cuemanco.