Los Pinos, Mexico City

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  • We visited the house of the former presidents "Los pinos" in Mexico City that since December 2018 is open to the public as a kind of museum since the current President Lopez Obrador decided not to live there. During the visit all the time I asked myself "This is a museum of what, Floor? Walls? From the stairwell? From a chandelier and totally empty rooms? There's nothing! But nothing is nothing! where have gone the historical furniture, paintings, paintings, and other heritage of the nation that are supposed to be preserved and not rant? It is a museum where you will only walk through empty rooms and admire the marble floor and nothing else. You can get fresh air in the gardens that are very nice and that will save your visit.
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  • Los Pinos is a place worth visiting. The houses that can be visited are beautiful (although already with very little furniture) and the gardens are beautiful. You have to walk a lot, so better to wear shoes and comfortable clothes. That said, they don't let food or drinks pass. The only detail is that I feel lacking more signage when it comes to making the tour.
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  • It was an interesting experience. Nice seeing where past Mexican presidents lived. The park and gardens are nice, but the house, despite it being a big residence, it was VERY stripped down of it's history. There's hardly anything on the walls, you can't sit on the presidential office chair for a photo, I think that's the least they could offer. No one to explain any details of the rooms. The older house, which is adjacent to the "new house," has paintings on the walls, and more furniture. Over all, it's something to see if you have the time and you can say you've been there.
  • It's a place which brings many emotions for Mexicans, it remained hidden and then was opened for the public. The tour is short but it is impressive to see something it was not available for us until now. Worth visiting
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