Unlock the magic of Mexico City

Famous for its lively culture, history and cuisine, Mexico’s capital is a wonder to the many tourists who visit each year. Saunter down one of the city’s boulevards or side-streets, learn about the food or take a tour of one of the city’s famous museums. Let the spirits of Emperors from Montezuma to Maximilian inspire you…

Attractions in Mexico City

One of the world’s biggest city squares with an iconic Bandera monumental
Palacio Nacional
Renaissance palace of historic significance with murals by Diego Rivera that tell Mexico's story
Catedral Metropolitana
Largest cathedral in Latin America with many architectural styles that stretch over 3 centuries
Templo Mayor
The ruins of the Aztec Great Temple
Palacio de Bella Artes
A truly charming concert hall that shows performances ranging from ballet to opera
Arena Coliseo
A much-loved local venue for Lucha Libre matches
Museo del Tequila
Covers the story and styles of tequila, and lets you taste the product!
Tortas Super Astro
This wrestler-owned sandwich bar is a shrine to Lucha Libre
MTZ Wear
Shop where the first mask was made for a Lucha Libre wrestler
Arena Mexico
The largest Lucha Libre stadium in the world
Mucho Museo del Chocolate
A museum devoted to chocolate with workshops and an adjacent chocolatier
Mercado de la Merced
The epitome of Mexican markets, and one of the largest
Mercado de San Juan
Small market which is very popular with local restaurateurs
Mercado de Sonora
Compact market where stallholders hawk a great range of esoteric products
Museo Nacional de Arquitectura
Charming museum dedicated to architecture in the Palacio de Bella Artes
Museo Franz Mayer
Very diverse collection of 8,000 - mostly Mexican - items
Museo de Arte Popular
Museum focused on preserving and promoting indigenous handicrafts and folk art
Museo Nacional de Arte
Art from the 16th to 20th centuries housed within a magnificent Neo-Classical building
Museo Nacional de Antropologia
Vast collection of ancient and modern artefacts of indigenous Mexican cultures
Chapultepec Castle
18th-century castle that was the site of a crucial battle in 1847
Museo Nacional de Historia
Shows Mexico's history from Cortes to the 1910 Revolution
Heroic Cadets Memorial
Touching monument to six young heroes of the Mexican-American War
Monumento a la Revolución
A monumental arch commemorating Mexican revolutionary heroes
Museo Frida Kahlo
The family house of famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo
Museo Casa de León Trotsky
House where the Soviet revolutionary Leon Trotsky lived from 1937 to his murder in 1940
Basílica de Guadalupe
Basilica on the site where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spoken to a Mexican called Juan Diego in 1531
Monumento a la Independencia
45m high pillar, holding the remains of Mexican founding fathers, that celebrates the country's independence from Spain


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