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Templo de San Francisco

Templo de San Francisco

5/53 Reviews
Historical Site
Church of San Diego (Iglesia de San Diego)

Church of San Diego (Iglesia de San Diego)

4.8/54 Reviews
Historical Site
Templo La Valenciana

Templo La Valenciana

5/53 Reviews
Historical Site
Acueducto

Acueducto

4.8/55 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Historical Site
Pyramid of the Sun

Pyramid of the Sun

4.6/5122 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Pyramid of the Sun is located in Teotihuacan, northeast of Mexico City. It was built in the first century AD and was completed in two stages by the Aztecs. It is a very large building in Teotihuacan and very central to Central America. One of the big buildings. The Sun Pyramid is also one of the important pyramids in ancient Mayan culture, which represents life and light. The Pyramid of the Sun can climb to the top and see the style of the ancient city.
Castillo de Chapultepec

Castillo de Chapultepec

4.6/579 Reviews
Castle
Museum
Tue - Sun 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Chapultepec Castle was originally a refuge for the Aztec wandering people, and later became a summer resort for the Aztec nobles, a royal castle on the American continent. Used as a military school, royal residence, presidential residence, and meteorological observatory, it has now become a museum of history. The internal museum exhibits history from the establishment of the new Spanish colony to the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution, and the symbolic items of each period.
Palacio Nacional

Palacio Nacional

4.7/578 Reviews
Palace
Tue - Sun 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
The National Palace is the place where the President works. It has experienced many vicissitudes and is a silent testimony of many important events in the history of Mexico. The National Palace has dozens of courtyards and a museum in addition to the presidential office. One of the most attractive objects are the huge historical murals created by the Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. The murals fill the central courtyard of the National Palace, and the colors are beautiful and eloquent, describing the entire historical development of Mexico.
Xochimilco

Xochimilco

4.4/548 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Market
Boat Tour
Open all day (Local time)
Xochimilco is located south of Mexico City and contains 176 acres of ancient canals and artificial islands called chinampas. Xochimilco was built by the Aztecs for irrigation and transportation. In fact, nearly all of the area surrounding current day Mexico City was part of this canal network, but now only Xochimilco remains. Xochimilco is a World Heritage Site and is commonly visited by tourists. Xochimilco's waterways are lined with vendors selling traditional goods, food and souvenirs. It is easy to get to Xochimilco by taking public transportation. The canals are also filled with boats that sell food and goods. Xochimilco is currently experiencing large scale environmental degradation, so now is the time to see the canals and chinampas before they disappear.
Catedral Metropolitana

Catedral Metropolitana

4.9/512 Reviews
Historical Site
Other Places of Worship
Historical Architecture
Monday - Sunday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm (Local time)
A stirring example of the Mexican people's devotion to faith, as well as of the magnificent history of the country, the Metropolitan Cathedral rises above Mexico City in splendor. Construction began in 1573 around the remains of the original church that occupied the site, and continued for over 200 years, until it was finally completed in 1813. Because its progress spanned numerous art movements, it uniquely displays features of the Spanish Renaissance, Neo-Classicism, and Baroque architecture. You can walk on a floor of marble through its five aisles, admiring the cathedral's beautiful altars and engravings.
Chapultepec Park

Chapultepec Park

4.9/527 Reviews
Castle
Forest
City Park
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