Historic center of Mexico City
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You are staying at the Centro Histórico (Historic Center) of Mexico City. It's a very big area but you can walk it from one point to the end in about 30 minutes. It was the main center of the Aztecs Culture, and then the main city of the Nueva España (New Spain), and finally is the capital of…
The historic center of Mexico City (Spanish: Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México), also known as the Centro or Centro Histórico, is the central neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico, focused on Zócalo or main plaza and extending in all directions for a number of blocks, with its farthest extent…
The vibrant heart of the city, where you'll find cultural & touristic hotspots in a joyful urban intensity.
Very busy, very quick, downtown. Everything going on. Like any huge city downtown be careful, do not attract unnecessary attention. Visit: Templo Mayor, Dulcería Celaya, Torre Latino lookout, Museo Franz Mayer and other museums, Café de Tacuba, Palacio de Bellas Artes Palace of Fine Arts, House of…
You are in the best location to be close to downtown. You can walk through reforma to visit one of the most memorable places in Mexico city. You can start at Bellas artes/ Alameda and walk all the way to Zocalo and main Cathedral. You will also find templo mayor and one of the best museums in town.