we loved this area as we were staying in the business centre and everything was new. great locations for seeing some grand old buildings
It is also known as Plaza Mayor and is located in the historical center of the city and is the city's public and political space. In its surroundings are the old Jesuit church (Collegio dos Jesuita), the House of Consulado (Casa do Consulado), Calle Larios and Fonte de Genova (Fonte de Genova). It sits in one of their cafes, watching people come and go and connect with them, and understand the existence of happiness.
Plaza de La Constitución’s Day of the Dead originated from the ancient culture of Central America. Later, the colonial Catholics got it and Halloween day, which is also November 1. The Day of the Dead is Mexico’s most popular day of the year. Sing and dance on the grave and eat hot pot.