Despite its extreme size, high crime rate and suffocating traffic, passengers arriving in Mexico City are captivated by many impressive sights.
1. Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)The cathedral took about 300 years to build. The multifaceted restoration was carried out in 1990 and the building was consolidated.
2 . National Palace (Palacio Nacional)
3. Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes)
4 . National Museum of AnthropologyThe museum holds ethnographic exhibitions on today’s indigenous groups of Mexico. Mexico City National Museum of Anthropology hosts 23 permanent exhibition halls.
5. XochimilcoIt is located 28 kilometres south of Mexico City. Xochimilco, whose name comes from the Aztecs, means “flower garden”.
6. Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo)
7 . Teotihuacan tourIt is located 40 kilometres north of Mexico City. It is especially famous for its pyramids dedicated to the sun and moon.