Things to see in México City
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Having a good day with the company of family, enjoying the landscape, the vibes that the pyramids give off, and the grander of the architecture. It is worth it to visit and cultivate yourself in the history of our dear Mexico. Enjo...
Surely, the most known place in Mexico. In the historic center, right where the city of Tenochtitlan starts, you can find one of the biggest squares in the world. Surrounded by the Cathedral of Mexico of by the National Palace and...
I liked the historic centre of Mexico City because it was the first time I had gone outside of my state with my husband, and we toured parts of Mexico. From the Revolution Monument, the Zocalo, and the National Palace, among many ot...
The Torre Latinoamericana is a skyscraper in the historic center of Mexico City, which offers a spectacular view from the 45th floor, from which you can see the main square, the Museum of Fine Arts and the whole city centre. Its cen...
The National Palace, residence of President of the Republic, is on the site of the palace of Emperor Montezuma, where he settled after Hernán Cortés conquered the Empire. It is a big building that was constructed to demonstrate the ...
Opened in 1964 following plans by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, the huge National Museum of Anthropology is a very appropriate framework for a collection of pre-Columbian findings enjoying worldwide fame. What impressed me most was the eno...
This is a must-do in this city, showing the growth of culture and the ancient Mexica Tenochtitlan. The museum has many sculptures and explains life in pre-Columbian times. The cost of the tour is $ 57.00 pesos.
The Alameda Central is the oldest public park in Mexico City and one of the nicest places in the city for a walk, to read a book or just sit on one of the benches and relax. It was created in the sixteenth century by the Viceroy of ...
We only spent a few hours in Mexico City, but my husband could not leave without seeing the Column or the Angel of Independence. It is one of the greatest symbols of Mexico City and the country. The Column of Independence stands maj...
Gari baldi is a papular palace in Torino
Hi guys, you can see some interesting things here but beware of the traffic along the miles and miles of road as it can be bad. You can find good hotels like Nico or the Imperial hotel on the same road.
This is an event that takes place every year in Ciudad Universitaria, behind the rectory of the university, from OCT 30 to NOV 2. It involves all the faculties and schools of the UNAM, and various related institutions. It's really w...
This museum is great. I took a few pictures of his work there, so that I can appreciate it fully. I've been lucky enough to see his work at a couple of places in both America and Europe. I would recommend this place and his work to ...
If you feel like it, you can see it on the typical tourist bus. It's worth it to take a few photos, especially of the pink area of the city, near the chiringitos mountains.
The origin of Mexico - a Pre-Columbian city that gave birth to what is now Mexico City. Just next to Zocalo Square are the remains of the temple and a model that shows how it all started. Being there and learning about the culture c...
This place is very representative of Mexico. It is a monument to the revolution but you can also enjoy excellent sunsets from here.
This is a good sight and catches you as you pass towards the center. The inside is spectacular, but there are usually enough people you have to wait 20 minutes to see it. It is in use and I liked it, I found it and then went to the ...
Inside the National Palace in Central Zocalo you can find the Mexican Senate building. Admission is free and access is freely provided that there is no political action. Usually it is almost in solitude, and you can see where the fi...
Near the Mall and the historic center stands this square, though small it strikes the eye of the tourist for its colors and construction. Low stairs and you're at a place quirky where the historic buildings seem to quiver and be slo...
A place with a peaceful atmosphere. Although it's in a tourist area, it still keeps its rustic and unique appearance, apart from the mysticism that characterizes it, it's a place you must visit when in Mexico.
Desert of the Lions is one of my favorite places - I like cold climates and wooded places. I remember the first time I went as a kid and I thought there was going to be lions, I was so excited hehe . However, when I got there I real...
We took the Turibus around one of the two circuits that it does of the city. One is of the historical center (21 stops) and the another South Circuit (15 stops). You have to change trains in Fuente de la Cibeles. The advantage is th...
I take my dog for a walk in this park, it is very quiet and surrounded by one of the most classic colonies of the city. It fills me with nostalgia, because my grandparents took me here to play with my brothers.
Diego Rivera was a committed painter and husband of Frida Kahlo, as you can see in the movie Frida (with Salma Hayek). Diego supported the Mexican Revolution and painted murals on the walls of government buildings to honor the revol...
I was lucky to be in Mexico for the Day of the Dead. There were altars everywhere, even in the same National Palace, which caught my attention and I found it super important to keep up with Latin American traditions. The Day of the ...
Tlatelolco breathes history, is history. Its name gives a clue to the fusion of contemporary culture of the colonial and pre-Columbian times. As usual, the Spanish built their temples on the remains of the Aztecs, like the Francisca...
The Pantheon is an authentic French relic within the city. With tombs and crypts from over 200 years ago, this place may seem bleak to some people, but fascinating for others. In it, there are the remains of heroes of World War II. ...
This is an excellent place to breathe in the morning and have contact with nature where you can renounce technology and the city smog.
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