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Customer Travel Tips for Acapulco

54% Avg. city rating Rated by 6 customers

Activities / excursions 60%

Restaurants / eating out 53%

Shopping 67%

Chilling out / relaxing 60%

Getting around / public transport 60%

Sightseeing 43%

Culture 47%

Nightlife / partying 57%

Value for money 43%

Customer Travel Tips for Acapulco

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14 May 2013

Customer Travel Tip: Get on the ship that goes to Roqueta Island, Papagayo park and San Diego fort, interesting places besides the beaches.

Liked: Revolcadero beach

Disliked: Nothing

44% Avg. rating
  • Activities / excursions - 40%
  • Chilling out / relaxing - 40%
  • Culture - 20%
  • Sightseeing - 60%
  • Value for money - 20%
  • Restaurants / eating out - 40%
  • Getting around / public transport - 80%
  • Nightlife / partying - 40%
  • Shopping - 60%
44% Avg. rating


01 Apr 2013

Customer Travel Tip: Dont go.

Liked: I didn't.

Disliked: Beach are horrible, noplace to stay. No move the night to go out; Very poor city center which even wasn't nice. Big buildings in the other part but without tourists.

69% Avg. rating
  • Activities / excursions - 100%
  • Chilling out / relaxing - 80%
  • Culture - 100%
  • Sightseeing - 40%
  • Value for money - 60%
  • Restaurants / eating out - 40%
  • Getting around / public transport - 80%
  • Nightlife / partying - 60%
  • Shopping - 60%
69% Avg. rating


24 Dec 2012

Travel Type:
With friends / other travellers

Trip Type:
Backpacking / gap year Beach / sunbathing Events / festivals Sightseeing & culture

Customer Travel Tip: Stay in hotels around the old zocalo. It may have a bad reputation, but as long as you play it safe and be cautious this is the best place to be. Try to have more spanish phrases here as English is minimal; everyone is friendly and happy to help you learn but having more spanish makes it easier and cheaper.

Liked: It felt like real Mexicó. With hectic roads and swarms of people everywhere. The weather was amazing, but could be very humid. There were guides to show us around in the old zocalo, who pointed out great markets and sights. This was so helpful. The cliff divers was an amazing experience.

Disliked: Some locations were difficult to get to, once the buses stopped in certain directions. We had to miss the Botanical gardens and a lookout in the southern regions as a result. The traffic can get gridlocked and the buses become annoying. In the tourist areas the city is very superficial, although safe. This could be annoying for any traveller who likes to experience the real culture, and not the fake tourist scene.

69% Avg. rating
  • Activities / excursions - 80%
  • Chilling out / relaxing - 100%
  • Culture - 80%
  • Sightseeing - 60%
  • Value for money - 60%
  • Restaurants / eating out - 60%
  • Getting around / public transport - 60%
  • Nightlife / partying - 60%
  • Shopping - 60%
69% Avg. rating


05 Jun 2012

Travel Type:
Alone

Trip Type:
Backpacking / gap year

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54% Avg. city rating Rated by 6 customers

Activities / excursions 60%

Restaurants / eating out 53%

Shopping 67%

Chilling out / relaxing 60%

Getting around / public transport 60%

Sightseeing 43%

Culture 47%

Nightlife / partying 57%

Value for money 43%

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