Top 7 Places to visit in Mexico City

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Best things to do in Mexico City and sightseeing in Mexico City

Xochimilco - Mexico City

Im totally creeped out!
passport2pretty

253 Followers, 11 Reviews


Bosque de Chapultepec - Mexico City

An amazing place, tons of nature inside of the biggest city in Latin America. It is really nice because generally they have festivals and some activities like Yoga Classes for free to everyone!
Rayssa

160 Followers, 4 Reviews


Cafe Toscano - Mexico City

This is the best place to start your day, its a super cozy café you can seat in a huge couch in front of Plaza Rio de Janeiro or drink your coffee in a french chair, its up to you, just read the newspaper or some book feeling the good vibration coming from the activities happening on the square. Lots of families with their kids and dogs, and people healthy running, bohemian neighbourhood, lots of trees and flowers and a beautiful fountain to make the place perfect for your morning! :D
Rayssa

160 Followers, 4 Reviews


Cafebrería el Péndulo - Mexico City

How about listen jazz and brazilian songs while you are having an amazing lunch? Pendulo defo is one of the best places to eat and admire all the place at same time in Mexico. I love books and I could live there for the rest of my life! Good service and good prices!
Rayssa

160 Followers, 4 Reviews


Palacio de Bellas Artes - Mexico City

The Fine Arts Palace is not hard to spot at all. It is a breath-taking building even during the daylight. But when we passed at night, with the red lights, was just even more jaw dropping. Eventually, it did not used to be illuminated before, but I think you will all agree with me that whoever brought the idea, did the right thing to attract more visitors. It is a great place to ponder over some famous paintings.
Alexandra Kovacova

504 Followers, 35 Reviews


Tlatelolco - Mexico City

This is an amazing pre-Colombian archaeological place that I had somehow missed on my journey, until I was pointed to it on my way someplace else. Tlatelolco was built by the Aztecs when one group of them built Templo Mayor (now in the center of Mexico City next to Zocalo main square) and the second group settled down and built Tlatelolco where it stands here. The main temple is said to be at least 700 years old which proves its construction by both Aztecs and Tlatelolca tribes. Tlatelolco stands in the middle of what it is called nowadays as Plaza de tres culturas – Square of the Three Cultures where three cultures of Mexican history blend. The three cultures being Pre-Colombian, Spanish and modern mestizo (represented by the former office buildings of foreign ministry in the southern part of the square)
Alexandra Kovacova

504 Followers, 35 Reviews


Teotihuacan Mexico - Mexico City

The city was not as large as Teotihuacan, but it was still immense. El Castillo, measuring 180 feet on its base and 78 feet tall, dominates the complex. Each of its four sides has 91 steps, and when added together with the temple on top, equal to 365, which is also the number of days of the Mayan calendar. During the equinox, the setting sun would cast a shadow on the steps that would give the illusion that a snake - the god Kukulkan - is descending from the temple. Another fascinating thing about the pyramid's steps is that when you stand in front and clap, the sound will bounce all the way to the top and echo back as different sound - something similar to a chirp of a quetzal bird.We stood in front of the pyramid doing this. The acoustics of the building was also designed such that the priests from ancient times can stand on top of the pyramid and can still be heard by the people below. The guide said that classical singer Placido Domingo did a concert in Chichen Itza, singing on top of the pyramid without using any sound system, and still be heard perfectly by the concert-goers.
Kin Enriquez

216 Followers, 19 Reviews


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