Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world, and may be overwhelming for the first time visitor. Even if you’ve done your research ahead of time and managed to create a short list of the top 10 things you want to do while there, you’ll soon realize your plans are going to fail miserably due to the complexities of moving around the city. There is, however, one option that has become the absolute easiest and best way to discover the top landmarks of the city. Turibus is a Mexican company that has adapted to the now famous hop-on/off tours in most large cities. There are two different tours offered in the city, but if you only have one day take the “Chapultepec Centro Histórico” which takes about 3 hours but will let you explore at your leisure over 20 points of interest. Head to the National Auditorium to start your tour where you will go past the Parque de Chapultepec, stop to see the Museum of Modern Art and Museum Tamayo, drive through a very typical commercial and residential area in the city called La Condesa, and then stop again at Casa Lamm before heading back to Paseo de la Reforma.