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.
Sitting at the heart of the historic centre, the sinking Catedral Metropolitana is an unmissable Mexico City sight and literally and figuratively, given the towering shadow it leaves over the city’s zocalo. The oldest cathedral in Latin America, the Catedral Metropolitana is made from the stone of a…
“The heart of the Aztec empire. This museum offers a complete insight into the Mexica prehispanic culture.”
“Casual, relaxed "fancy" taquería, a bit of an upgrade from Los Cocuyos because of the premises, good for pastor tacos and "huaraches". ”
“Breakfast here before starting your tour of Centro Historico is a must! The food is great, but most of all, the view over Zócalo is priceless. ”
“De los museos actuales, quizás el de mejor museografía. Duro por los temas que trata, tanto extranjeros como nacionales: Guerras, Persecuciones, Matanzas, Intolerancia Racial. Lo recomiendo bastante. One of the best modern museums, hard because of its content: Wars, Crime, Homophobia Human Rights. Great museography. Fun to watch the boys and girls doing choreographies in the mirror windows of the building next door. No idea why they do it! All the buildings that used to be in this area were destroyed by the earthquake of 1985...by the way.”
“Great choice for lunch in the city center, serving traditional Mexican dishes. More than 100 years old, Diego Rivera got married for the first time here, and the city's famous rock band Cafetacuba named themselves after this place. ”