An architectural jewel, concert hall and opera house (mainly classical music), exhibition centre and a stylish restaurant.
One of the most prominent cultural centers in Mexico City. Inagurated in 1934, the Palace of Fine Arts is best known for its murals by Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. On the other side of the street there is a Sears store - They have a small Roof Top called Finca Don Porfirio, where you…
One of the best places to enjoy art exhibitions, classic music concerts and many other activities. It's a beautiful building full of history.
The Palace of Fine Arts of Mexico is the most important cultural center of the country and has been declared an artistic monument by UNESCO. It is, therefore, a building of great importance that has seen artists from the likes of Luciano Pavarotti pass through its stage. INSIDE THE DIEGO RIVERA…
Beautiful artworks, art expos, amphitheater where you can appreciate ballet, presentations of classical orchestras, and much more ...
艺术宫 · 爱彼迎体验
“I'd recommend reserving an entire morning or afternoon to explore this massive area. Oh, and even if the fountain in the middle looks inviting, I wouldn't recommend running around in it...”
“The main Catholic temple of the country, originally built in XVI century and then rebuilt in XVII century, on the remains of an Aztec temple destroyed for the construction of it during the Colony. Historic and architectural interest as well as a cult center.”
Point of Interest
“The Monument to the Revolution is an architectural work and a mausoleum dedicated to the commemoration of the Mexican Revolution.”
“The heart of the Aztec empire. This museum offers a complete insight into the Mexica prehispanic culture.”