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The only 2 complaints I have are that the person that did check in forgot to check my visa. I was called to the front desk
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Visitors arriving at Mexico City Airport (MEX) can be in the center of Mexico City within 15 minutes, and there are endless possibilities downtown to explore. For example, Torre Latino is a 45-story building that provides lookouts to see the best views of the city.
The building also houses an aquarium and a small museum. Teotihuacan murals and the impressive Pakai Tomb are displayed at the National Museum of Anthropology, where the gigantic Aztec Calendar is one of the main attractions. At the Plaza de la Constitucion, a marker shows where Cortez and Moctezuma supposedly met.
Renting a car in Mexico City allows visitors to set their own schedules while traveling between attractions. Playacar, located near the airport, is a great golf getaway, and Cento Historico has refurbished theaters and museums in the area. Tulum is a mix of Mayan ruins and the new Riviera Maya beaches frontier.
The flight from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) in Washington, D.C., to Mexico City is approximately four hours and 15 minutes. A top attraction for visitors to the area is Cozumel, a Yucatan island known for its cruise boats and coral reefs. The El Cedral and San Gervasio ruins are worth seeing there.