Things to see in México City

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what 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...
  • The medical museum (former school of medicine) is located in the historic center of Mexico City, and is peaceful and quiet. Here, you can read, talk, study, see exhibitions or simply pass the time. A place of calm in the chaos of th...
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • This is an excellent place to breathe in the morning and have contact with nature where you can renounce technology and the city smog.
  • This sculpture, along with 3 more, is found in the plaza outside the Palace of Fine Arts in central Mexico City. "The Winged Pegasos" are made of bronze and are from Spain. In the original draft of the Palace of Fine Arts from the e...
  • The Museo del Templo Mayor, or Huey Teocalli, is one of the most interesting museums in Mexico City, because they show traces of the city of Tenochtitlan, the ancient city before it was what is today. This museum has archaeological ...
  • One tradition that will be lost in my country is the most sacred rite of drinking pulque. Pulque is fermented mead, a fluid from the maguey (agave tequila-like). It is a sweet drink and has very little alcohol, but if you take it i...
  • Televisa is one of the great Mexican media companies. Among its publications is PCMagazine, one of the most widely read computer magazines in Spanish. Parallel to it the project Jambitz.com has grown (also led by Dennis Fisher) and ...
  • They say that Mexico City is one of the most chaotic cities in the world but the truth is that the historic center is less so. If you spend along time in Zocalo Square and you get into a bit in this area it's less touristy but be pr...
  • I didn't expect Mexico to be so large and so loud, it was very impressive and I liked its colorful colonial buildings. I didn't like the food because it was too strong, and the beer was hot. It was worth it to see the rest, especial...
  • I like to come here to see the real life of the great metrópilis. The metro is a wealth of opportunities, experiences and different lives, all united by the same goal of reaching a destination.
  • The Fountain of Diana on Paseo de la Reforma.
  • Its colonial architecture and sacred art is as enjoyable as its Baroque façade, sculptures and paintings of the XVI century.
  • This is a very peaceful place to go and relax. It has an observatory and there is also a tiny place called Mexico with rock formations.
  • Within the municipality of Zacatlán Tlatempa is a charming place, with lots of green areas, lovely people and especially wonderful sunsets.
  • A small town south of Mexico City that has a great tradition in celebrating the Day of the Dead. In other parts of the country it's typical to eat in cemeteries, but here they have typical flowers and chants around the gravestones. ...
  • The National Museum of Anthropology is a highly recommended place to learn more about the Maya and Aztec cultures. Here is a picture of the Aztec calendar, one of the greatest treasures of the museum
  • Mazatlan Street is a central street and neighborhood in Mexico City, a fully cosmopolitan capital with lots of restaurants and bars. It certainly has an international nightlife and culinary passions for all palates. This street remi...
  • This is a very nice place!
  • I visited Mexico city during the month of July 2008. It was amazing. Mexico City has a wide range of venues for national and international visitors. My visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe was a great thrill. On entering the...
  • This makes for fantastic relaxing in an ideal environment. I think they call it Vellísimo dreams. I think it's a franchise which surprised me. I will be in Mexico until the end of February and I will visit a lot of sites.
  • This museum commemorates each child that died in military conflicts such as the two World Wars.
  • Sunset photos on the beach in my city. A pristine beach ... sound localized name: Huatabampito Sonora ... With beautiful sunsets .. and very characteristic sand ..
  • I was with my friends and between us I was the worst dancer. i was the better actor and our play was called Dreamers. I had wanted the role. In testing he dropped marijosey flower to me in the theater I broke the seal uuupppssss dre...
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