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Pueblo Francés serves as Six Flag Mexico's central hub that connects Pueblo Polinesio, Bugs Bunny Boom Town, Pueblo Suizo, Pueblo Vaquero, and Pueblo Mexicano together. Cafe Paris, located just by Le Grand Carrousel, is one of the best restaurants in the theme park to enjoy a meal and people-watch. It's also great for avoiding rain weather.

The Joker ride is also one of the park's most popular attractions. It's located near the border to Pueblo Polinesio. Le Grand Carrousel is both a beautiful centerpiece to the land and a relaxing ride.

Top 3 Things to do in Pueblo Francés

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Have a Meal at
Cafe Paris
Easily one of the best meals we've had at Six Flags Mexico, we can't recommend Cafe Paris enough. The food is simple but very fresh. The patio seating is fantastic for just relaxing and watching the crowds roll by.
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Ride Le Grand Carrousel
This beautiful carousel is set in the center of the land and makes for a relaxing ride. The line is also usually short, and it moves quickly, so it's perfect for a beginning-of-day ride or a last ride on your way out.
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Ride The Joker
The Joker is a thrilling (but not scary) ride with a fun queue that takes you through a fun house before you board the ride vehicle. It's arguably one of the best rides in the theme park!

Food & Drinks

Cafe Paris
Sandwiches, Crepes & Drinks
Price: $80 - $250 MXN
The main Cafe Paris in Pueblo Frances is a great spot for a sit down meal and break while perusing all the park has to offer. The outdoor seats are nice for people-watching, while the indoor seats provide cover during rainy days. The sandwiches here are large enough to share between two people and are fresh and delicious. The crepes are simple but solid as well, and the drink options are wider than most restaurants in Six Flags Mexico. This is our favorite spot to eat in the theme park, hands down.
DC Comics Super Villains Grill
Burgers & Salads
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
This quick service restaurant is themed around DC's super villains on the outside and seating areas. The food is typical hamburgers and fries, along with some salad options. The quality is good, not great, but just fine for a quick bite. This location is also usually not busy, so it's a great option if you're really craving food but don't want to wait in a long line. The outdoor seating has great views of The Joker ride, so it's also ideal for parents or anybody who wants to relax somewhere while the rest of the group rides the ride.

Rides & Attractions

INTENSITY LEVELS

Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
Atracción Batalla Láser
Height: N/A
Intensity Level: Mild
The laser battle building at Six Flags Mexico changes themes every so often, so guests get to enjoy different scenarios. You can blast your way through the enemies of whatever theme is set at that time. The scoring system enables opportunities for some friendly competition.
Le Grand Carrousel
Height: 1.05 m alone | 0.51 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Relaxing
This elegant, two-story carousel is the centerpiece of Pueblo Frances. It's designed beautifully with colorful details and flowers all around the ride. The seating cars are comfortable and have plenty of room for bags and other souvenirs. This classic carousel is a nice way to take a load off your feet for a minute or two before moving on to the more exciting attractions.
The JOKER
Height: 1.2 m alone | 1.05m w/adult
Intensity Level: Thrilling
The Joker is one of the most popular rides at Six Flags Mexico. The line can get a big long, but there's a little fun house toward the beginning of the line that makes the wait time more enjoyable. Once you exit the funhouse, you're just a few minutes away from the ride load area. The ride itself is a bit chaotic, with twists and turns and bumps on the way. There are no big, scary drops though, so it's great for the whole family.
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