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Historic center of Mexico City

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La Palomilla
La Palomilla
June 29, 2020
Visit the Cathedral, the Zocalo main square, Cafe de Tacuba and walk around this amazing neighborhood. Learn to say "no gracias" (no thank you) a lot as you'll get offered a bit of everything!
Adriana
Adriana
March 13, 2020
Mexico City’s historic centre, known as the centro histórico or centro, is the heart of the Mexican capital and one of the spots that all first-time visitors to Mexico City should aim to explore, even if just for a day. Having said that, there’s more than enough going on in the historic centre to…
Luz Esperanza
Luz Esperanza
February 24, 2020
You can not leave the city before you have visited our emblematic City Center. Where you can find from historic buildings and museums such as Bellas Artes, Templo Mayor Museum, Memory and Tolerance Museum, National Palace of History Museum. Get into our beautiful markets where you can find the most…
Iliana
Iliana
January 7, 2020
Mejestic Downtown just 20 minutes walking . Go Av Juarez straight until you find Mexican amazing cathedral. You will fin lots of restaurants, stores and crowds walk ! That’s Mexico!
Mounav
Mounav
December 18, 2019
The Historic Center of Mexico City is the largest and most emblematic of Latin America, including one of the world's tourist centers and the main cultural tourism destination in the entire Mexican Republic. Perhaps the greatest recognition is that of 2007 by UNESCO, declaring the area as a World…

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“Think of Venice with mariachis and quesadillas as well as micheladas. And not expensive. This is where Mexico City began!”
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Vecindario
“Very cosmopolitan neighborhood with the fanciest boutiques and restaurants in the city. Glamorous yet family oriented. ”
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Ubicación
Centro, CDMX