Tours & Tickets
Mexico City often gets unfairly excluded from the mix of great North American travel destinations, but travelers here invariably discover the Distrito Federal offers countless surprises. The formidable pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacan, located just outside the city, rivals the Pyramids of Egypt in size, beauty and historic importance. The Centro Historico, home to the Aztec Templo Mayor, is a highlight for vacationers who simply enjoy walking through the Zócalo, the world’s third largest square behind Moscow’s Red Square and Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Also atop many visitors lists of things to do is the Chapultepec park, complete with a zoo and many museums, including the National Museum of Anthropology, was regarded as one of the world’s most important museums dedicated to the field. For shopping and nightlife, check out the Polanco borough, one of the wealthiest in Mexico City – designers like Chanel and Hermes have shops here. When it comes time to use, the D.F. does not skimp on options or quality. Unique Mexican dishes and snacks like equities or Puebla can be found at institutions from your corner vendor to a five-star restaurant in the Polanco. For lodging, see in the Zona Rosa for the most reasonably priced hotels or in Polanco for swank stays.
The Plaza of Constitucion is located in the center of Mexico City, and has been very lively, whether it was in the 16th century (built on the ruins) or in the 18th century (a market where vendors are gathered), even today, where it has become the seat of government agencies, The huge Mexican flag flies in the center of the square. Every morning and afternoon, Mexican soldiers will walk out of the National Palace to carry out the lifting of the flag.
The National Museum of Anthropology was opened in September 1964 and has a high status in the history of anthropology. It is a very large museum in Latin America. The museum displays Mexican Indian civilization, Aztec civilization and Mayan civilization. The National Museum of Anthropology itself is a model of modern Mexican architecture. The huge umbrella-shaped stone fountain in the Central Hall is the crowning touch. It has also appeared on many postcards of Mexico City. In addition, the National Museum of Anthropology has an introduction to anthropological overviews, Da Vinci theory, prehistoric times, and primitive immigrants from the American continent.
It is with joy that you are going to take a stroll in the Alameda Central Park. With its lovely trees and flowers of all colors, an amazing day is guaranteed. The Alameda Central is one of the most well known parks in Mexico City. It has been around for over 400 years, as the project was created in 1592 to offer residents a green and recreational area. Elms and poplars from Coyoacan were planted. Multiple cultural events are held there and the park has the romantic spirit that happened around the world in mid 19th century.