We would like to talk to you about our Six Flags Guided Visit in Mexico City; we have the best tours available with bilingual guides and very safe transportation to this park and so many other attractions in Mexico City. Read some more about the park and the many other transportation services that we have for you, we are your best choice in Mexico.
Six Flags is the largest chain in the world of amusement and theme parks, is was founded in Texas in 1961 and is currently based in New York; today it is one of the biggest entertainment compounds in the world with over 13 parks in the continent and Wayak's Six Flags Guided Visit in Mexico City will take you there, contact us to know more about it.
The first park of this chain originally received the name Six Flags over Texas, due to the six flags that have flown over Texas during its history: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, United States of America and the Confederate States of America. Today the first park is still open and you can visit the only one in Latin America.
Remember that Wayak also offers an array of transportation services like shuttle routes, chauffeured vans and many more. And apart from our Six Flags Guided Visit in Mexico City, we have many other tours and excursions in Mexico City and nearby, contact us today to know more, you will not regret choosing to travel with us!
Six Flags Mexico is an amusement park located south of Mexico City in the Tlalpan-Ajusco district. It's the theme park with the most extreme games in Mexico, of which we highlight five roller coasters; Boomerang, the first roller coaster in the world with a round trip on a seamless loop, come ride it with our Six Flags Guided Visit in Mexico City.
Batman, the first and only inverted roller coaster in Mexico; Superman The Last Escape is a “hypercoaster? of 66m of height traveling at 120 miles per hour. A mountain of wood called Medusa measuring 42m high and going at 80km/h, considered a masterpiece for its banked corners. Come see all these fun attractions with our Six Flags guided visits.
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