Be amazed by the magnificent views of the Forest and the city, a place steeped in history, Until 1939 it was an official residence, and today it houses the National Museum of History. The site of the hill was a sacred place for Aztecs, and the buildings atop it have served several purposes during…
It's my favorite sightseeing spot in the city. If you're into The Crown, it's a MUST.
This is the only castle in America. Once home of the Austrian emperors Maximilian and Carlota in Mexico during the 1800’s. A must to see!
Castillo de Chapultepec is Latin America's only castle. It is located on top of Chapultepec Hill in the famed Bosque de Chapultepec, which is a beautiful 10 minute walk from the studio.
Chapultepec Castle is one of the few remaining castles of México imperialistic era, build on the Virreinato on 1530 by the emperor Carlos Quinto in the middle of the Chapultepec forest as a deer hunting castle, today its regarded as the single most prestigious property on Latina America, facing…
Es el castillo en el cual vivio Maximiliano de Habsburgo. Quien fue un personaje muy importante en México. Ya que en tan solo 3 años de mandato modernizo mucho a México hasta su enjuiciamiento y fusilamiento en Quereraro en el Cerro de las Campanas.
Un lugar maravilloso lleno de historia, con una de las vistas más privilegiadas de la Cdmx.
Take the Metrobus (Campo Marte direction) and drop off in Chapultepec Station. Just cross Reforma Av. and turn right. Two hundred meters away, on Reforma Av., you’ll see the Lions’ entrance to the park
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“It is one of the fenomenal three museums in Polanco and one of the best in the the country regarding our prehispanic cultures.”
“A most see of Méxicos most beautiful street. Paseo de la reforma. Is full of beautiful landmarks and art. Don't miss it. ”
“The Soumaya Museum contains the Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim’s private collection of art, sculptures and other items. Painters such as Picasso, Renoir, Dali, Van Gogh and many notable Mexican artists feature in the exhibition. The collection of more than 66,000 pieces has been split into two buildings due to the sheer quantity of items; one in Plaza Loreto, which is itself a stunning piece of modern architecture, and the other in Plaza Carso. ”
“Founded and named after the famed Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo, the architecture of Museo Tamayo is as fascinating as its impressive permanent collection and rotating, curated expositions. Well established in Mexico City as one of the best and most accessible modern art museums, it features a range of photography, sculpture and paintings. Find it in the lush Bosque de Chapultepec and close to the historic center. It houses a restaurant and an amazing design store, if you are hungry or craving for some shopping do not forget to visit here it's really close by to the Co-Living”
“Get to know our most famous artist. Learn how and why she started painting. Don’t forget to book online in advance Tip: Go early in the morning, less people inside. Go on a Monday, is one of the few museums in the city open that day, so take advantage ”