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Pueblo Suizo feels like the land where Six Flags México has placed all their miscellaneous attractions and food. Some buildings are styled in the classic Swiss fashion, but that's the only thing that's themed around Switzerland. The food options range from Asian classics to Italian favorites. There are carnival games and two rides that don't really seem to belong anywhere else in the park. Pueblo Suizo is a land you pass through to get to the other, more interesting lands at the Six Flags México theme park.

Top 3 Things to do in Pueblo Suizo

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Play a Carnival Game
Pueblo Suizo's game section is filled with many classic carnival games that are a feast for the eyes. The games are pay-to-play, but a few games shouldn't put a big dent in your wallet. You may even leave with a prize!
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Get an ICEE
ICEE's are one of the most fun drinks you can get at the park. They're also perfect for those hot summer days. The Refreez stand offers a handful of flavors to try, so you can choose between something classic or a little more exotic.
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Boogie at Expresso Musical
This spinner ride features fun songs as you go round and round and round. Just be sure not to ride right after a big meal!

Food & Drinks

Capone's
Pasta & Salad
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
Capone's is a quick service restaurant that serves up pasta and salad options. The pasta is build-your-own style, which means you can choose which pasta and which sauces you'd like to pair together. The salad is pretty basic and comes with all the pasta plates. The portions here are fairly large and enough to share between two people. However, the pasta is pretty underwhelming. The sauces don't have much flavor to them, regardless of which you choose. The bread sticks and salad are also pretty mediocre. This restaurant is a step up from Chop Six, right across from it, but we recommend eating at one of the better restaurants at Six Flags Mexico.
Chop Six
Asian Cuisine
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
Chop Six feels a little out of place in Pueblo Suizo, but it's the only restaurant with Asian cuisine available in the theme park, so it had to go somewhere. The restaurant is set up Panda Express style, where you choose a base and some entrees to build your plate. The portions are pretty large for the price, but the food quality is pretty disappointing. The seasoning on the entrees is lacking, making for some bland food. The noodles and fried rice are both dry and bland as well. This is one restaurant we don't recommend at Six Flags Mexico.
Refreez
ICEEs
Price: $20 - $40 MXN
An ICEE at Refreez is arguably the best food you can get in Pueblo Suizo. They have a few flavors to try, including classics like cherry and blue raspberry. They're cheap, and they're great on-the-go treats, especially on a hot day. You can get the large one, which comes in a funky, swirly container, and refill it over and over again for just $40 MXN ($2 USD).

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)
Carnival Games
Height: Any
Intensity Level: N/A
Pueblo Suizo has a sizeable area dedicated to colorful carnival games that are fantastic for the family to enjoy. The games are varied with a decent selection of prizes. It's easy to spend an hour or two in this section of the park.
Expresso Musical
Height: 1.4 m alone | 1.2 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Round and round you'll go in this disco spinner ride. It's a pretty rough ride that may toss you around a bit, so we recommend riding without any bags. It can also get a little loud, with funky disco grooves to set the mood and flashing disco lights reflecting off some disco balls.
Sling Shot
Height: 1.15 m
Intensity Level: Wild
Not for the faint of heart, this ride puts you in a giant sling shot and catapults you through the air before pulling you back down to earth. The seats spin as the ride brings you down, so you'll be facing the ground at least a few times directly. The ride seats two, so you can bring a friend along on this thrilling theme park ride.
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