Mexico City

Mexico City Attractions

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Centro Historico

4 star rating: Recommended 110 Reviews

Mexico City's Centro Historico was once called Tenochtitlán, founded in 1325 atop a an island in Lake Texcoco. The seers of the wandering Aztec tribe had ...  Read more

Chapultepec Castle

North America may not be known for its regal royalty or holding court, but Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City—the only palace on the continent—is definitely the ...  Read more

Chapultepec Park

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Chapultepec Park, or Grasshopper Hill, is the largest city park in the world, an awesome expanse of greenery marbled with walking paths that meander between ...  Read more

Coyoacan

Villa Coyoacan is 29 blocks of one of Mexico City’s most charming districts. Also one of the area’s oldest districts, the area is filled with cobblestone ...  Read more

Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

La Casa Azul, or the Blue House, was the birthplace of iconic artist Frida Kahlo (1907 - 1954), whose beautifully tortured self portraits and passionate, ...  Read more

Inbursa Aquarium

Inbursa Aquarium (Acuario Inbursa) opened its doors in June 2014 and is not only the largest aquarium in Mexico, but one of the largest in the world. With ...  Read more

Iztaccihuatl Volcano

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 17 Reviews

A trio of craggy peaks looming in front of the still-smoking mound of Popocatepetl volcano and clearly visible on the horizon from Mexico City, the ...  Read more

La Condesa

International restaurants, popular nightclubs and trendy bars line the shaded streets of Condesa, an up-and-coming district in the Cuauhtemoc Borough of Mexico ...  Read more

Mexico City Alameda Central

4 star rating: Recommended 81 Reviews

Mexico City Alameda Central was first set aside as public green space in 1592, when Viceroy Luis de Velasco had dozens of alamos, or poplar trees, planted ...  Read more

Mexico City Great Temple (Templo Mayor)

4 star rating: Recommended 81 Reviews

The Mexican flag refers to a vision dating to the 13th century, telling Aztec seers to seek an eagle on a cactus, devouring a snake, and build their temples ...  Read more

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

4 star rating: Recommended 90 Reviews

At the historic heart of one of the world's most populous cities, is the first and largest cathedral in the Americas, seat of the Archdiocese of Mexico, and a ...  Read more

Mixquic

For three days a year this quiet mountain village just south of Mexico City becomes the ultimate cultural destination. Between October 31 and November 2 ...  Read more

Murales de Diego Rivera

No trip to Mexico City is complete without a stop at Murales de Diego Rivera. Here, visitors can see the country’s most famous work of art by perhaps the ...  Read more

Museo Dolores Olmedo Patino

Founded in 1994, this museum named in honor of Dolores Olmedo Patino—a philanthropist, collector and mistress to Diego Rivera--houses more than 130 original ...  Read more

Museo Memoria y Tolerancia

Museo Memoria y Tolerancia does more than explore Mexico’s history of violence and its role in aiding Holocaust survivors. Built in 1999, this groundbreaking ...  Read more

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