Mexico City Tourism
Mexico City offers a variety of tourist offers where you can do all kinds of activities, from walks in plazas and malls, museum visits, archaeological treasures, colonial neighborhoods, even a stroll along the canals of Xochimilco, with approximately 700 years, as they did in Aztec times.
El Greco invites you to visit the area of the commercial corridor of Insurgentes and also enjoy the varied entertainment venues are nearby.
National Museum of Anthropology in the remains of the past and the present Indian life meet. Formed by archaeological and ethnographic collections gathered since the eighteenth century, when interest in those villages destroyed by the "encounter of two worlds' arose, then the pre- and post-revolutionary nationalism that drove the investigation of the pre-Hispanic and cultural interest wakes worldwide discovery of ancient civilizations.
Modern Art Museum
Circular set of buildings with galleries. In the rooms of the permanent collection of works from the Mexican School of Painting of great importance they are displayed. In the other rooms very important temporary exhibitions are offered.
Palace of Fine Arts
The construction is decorated pre-Hispanic, has permanent exhibitions and houses 17 murals of the most notable Mexican artists such as Rivera, Siqueiros, Orozco, Tamayo, Montenegro, and Rodriguez Lozano González Camarena. The Palace Museum shows important temporary exhibitions of national and international art; at the Teatro de Bellas Artes important performances of music, opera, dance and theater are presented.
Bosque de Chapultepec
The world's largest within a city, forest is a playground of emperors, with many museums and attractions, which include Chapultepec Zoo, artificial lakes, Papalote Museo del Niño, Feria de Chapultepec, Restaurants, National Museum of Anthropology, Rufino Tamayo Museum
Chapultepec Castle, the Museum of Natural History, Museum of Science and Technology, Museum of Modern Art.
It is located next to the ruins of what was the most important Mexica Adoratorio, dedicated to the gods Tlaloc and Huitzilopochtli. Mainly pieces found during archaeological excavations.
Teotihuacan is a monumental city, a place to paint murals can run in the world of mythical figures of Gods, jaguars, creatures of the night skies and water.
The main square, called the Zocalo, evokes the great site of worship and center of the world was the ceremonial center of Mexico-Tenochtitlan and now meets the national symbols of power.
It is a purely gastronomic tourist area. Has some buildings dating from 1925, Art Deco style.
The atmosphere is bohemian, there are a variety of restaurants along the Amsterdam and Michoacan streets with tables on the sidewalk, showing a very European feel; Very near there are two beautiful parks: Spain and Mexico; the latter is considered as one of the most beautiful in the city.
Coyoacan everyday life of its inhabitants harmonizes fully with those who visit. Its privileged situation allowed him to be a pre-Hispanic center on the shores of the ancient lake, seat of power during the reconstruction of Tenochtitlan and seat of magnificent houses around a Franciscan foundation of the XVI century. It is precisely facing the atrium of the church of San Juan Bautista where Coyoacan social life, enriched by cafés, bars, restaurants, bookstores, galleries and colorful festivals develops.
Frida Kahlo Museum
Frida Kahlo Museum is a place that seems frozen in time, in the heart of Coyoacan its distinctive blue houses a valuable collection of Mexican folk art, in addition to the original diary written by Frida Kahlo.
Se localiza a 30 kilómetros del Zócalo capitalino. Paseo de la Reforma hasta Insurgentes y continuar hacia el sur hasta la Torre de Rectoría en CU. Entre los atractivos de esta zona están el Jardín Botánico, el Edificio de Rectoría, la Biblioteca Central, el Estadio Olímpico México 68 y el Espacio Escultórico.
Enjoy a stroll through the canals of Xochimilco, with approximately 700 years, as they did in Aztec times. Xochimilco, meaning in Nahuatl is "Place of florida seed" is one of the sectors of Mexico City where the lake once past that characterized the entire Valley of Mexico is present and is part of everyday life in a full of centuries-old traditions that became a UNESCO "Cultural and Natural Heritage" environment.