Mexico City, one of the world’s largest capitals, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Americas. The history of this ever-changing country, along with its art, gastronomy, and unique culture, is astounding, leaving thousands of awe and wonders. Below is a list of the best things to look at and do to discover the highlights of this vibrant and exciting city.  The main square of Mexico City is Constitut, also known as Zocalo.

Zocalo

The main square of Mexico City is the Constitucion Square, also known as Zocalo. This historic site was the main ceremonial center of Tenochtitlan during the Aztec era and still retains its importance in Mexico City. Zocalo boasts a vast area of ​​57,600 square meters and is one of the largest squares in the world. In Zocalo, you can also see the stunning Metropolitan Cathedral (the largest variety in the Americas), the National Palace, and the Aztec dance and music nature show. Beware of the beautiful architecture of the surrounding buildings.

Paseo de la Reforma

Designed by Ferdinand von Rosenzweig in the 1860s, the Paseo de la Reforma is modeled on European boulevards and boulevards. This street, which crosses the center of Mexico City diagonally, is home to many of the tallest buildings in the capital, including Torre Mayor. Many famous monuments and statues are located along the paseo. One of the most famous is the Angel of Independence. Walking along the Paseo is a great opportunity to see public art exhibitions, tasting Mexican food at many restaurants and cafes, and see Mexico City’s latest architectural points, apart from its historic building

Bosque de Chapultepec

Bosque de Chapultepec, or Chapultepec Park, is famous as one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere. The 686 hectares (1,695 acres) of parks and woodlands have a long history, and since the conquest of Spain, the park has transformed from a hideout for Aztec rulers to a huge tourist attraction. In addition to visiting the park, which is divided into three sections, there are other attractions such as the Anthropology Museum (see below), the Rufino Tamayo Museum, and the magnificent Chapultepec Castle, which is also the National History Museum. ..

Museo de la Antropología

Book Now The Anthropology Museum in Bospur de Chapultepec is one of the best anthropology museums in the world. With a unique collection of crafts from the Maya civilization, pre-Columbian Mexico and pre-Hispanic eras, it has become the most visited museum in Mexico. The museum is housed in a building that is itself a masterpiece of architecture and consists of an umbrella roof supported by a single pillar that symbolizes mythical trees, eagles and jaguars. Museum highlights include the 16th-century Aztec statue of Xochipilli, a reconstruction of the 8th-century Maya tomb, and the Aztec calendar stone Piedra del Sol.

Frida Kahlo Museum

Book Now La Casa Azul ‘(The Blue House) is dedicated to the life and work of one of Mexico’s most famous artists, Frida Kahlo. The artist was born, raised and eventually died in the walls of this blue house. The decorations of the 1950s remain the same as they were when Carlo’s husband donated them for the purpose of turning them into museums. The museum contains Caro’s artwork, as well as a collection of her husband Diego Rivera and other artists, as well as artifacts, photographs and personal belongings depicting the reality of Caro’s life surrounded by Mexican art. I will. Find a helpful audio tour to guide you through the house.

Palacio de la Velas Artes

Book Now An impressive Art Nouveau and neoclassical building called Palacio de Velas Artes, Mexico’s most important cultural center. The interior is even more spectacular. Marble interior, mainly Art Deco design. Palacio de Velas Artes aims to support Mexican artists and national culture by hosting numerous exhibitions and plays. However, it is best known for the preservation and preservation of stunning mural paintings by Diego Rivera and Siqueiros. Art really thrives at Palacio de Bejas Artes. Don’t miss it during your visit to Mexico City.

Templo Mayor and its museum

At the center of the universe (in the eyes of the Aztecs) is the ruins of Templo Mayor. This sacred temple is one of the most important and is dedicated to both Huitzilopochtli and Tlaloc, the gods of war and the gods of rain and agriculture. The ruins provide an opportunity to explore the ruins of houses and other buildings, as well as temples and their altars. The on-site museum, which complements the exploration of the ruins, brings Tenochtitlan to life and details the mysteries of the Aztec civilization. Many are still waiting to be discovered.

Coyoacan

Walking in Coyoacan may be one of the most exciting ways to discover Mexico City. In this colorful area of ​​the city, there’s so much music, drama and dance that you don’t know where to start. Cafés and cantines offer traditional Mexican snacks and meals at affordable prices, as well as a place for locals to sit down with good books. Art flourishes in this quaint area of ​​the city, leaving no folklore or craftsmanship of Mexican culture. Look for the Coyote Fountain in Coyoacan Park.

Xochimilco

Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this agricultural area offers fun with culture and is the perfect place to have a fun day. The picturesque historic center and long and beautiful canals are worth a visit. Brightly Colored Journey Traginellas- Mexico Boats Like Gondolas-A favorite of many tourists who want to see wildlife sanctuaries and aerial gardens. A must-see band in Mariachi Xochimilco: Musicians are floating along the waterways, inspiring and some selling tacos, tortillas and other Mexican snacks.

Basilica de Guadeloupe

Map View One of the most important Catholic churches, the Basilica of Guadalupe is the second most visited sanctuary in the world after the Vatican. The two cathedrals dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, who are said to have appeared in St. Van Diego Quoutrat Azin, boast different styles of beauty. Originally there was only one basilica, but it had to be replaced when it began to sink in danger. Both are now open to the public. The modern cathedral even protects the cloak of St. Van Diego Cuoutrat Achin, which is inspired by Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most important part of the beautiful cathedral. Book Now Book with our partner.