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  • 1

    Museo Nacional de Antropología

    4.5
    44 reviews

    is a really great place to go, there are so many things to learn about Mexican culture..! everybody must go!

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  • 2

    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    4.5
    33 reviews

    Beautiful! :)

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  • 3

    El Zócalo

    4.5
    34 reviews

    Grand plaza on the European scale. Plenty of sites to see all around it, and always seems to be some protestors in the middle.

    Popular withHistoryLocalBackpackers
  • 4

    Xochimilco

    4.5
    25 reviews

    Nearby is "The Blue House," formerly occupied by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Not to be missed!

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  • 5

    Coyoacan

    5
    16 reviews

    Coyoacan is one of the most charming neighbourhoods in all of Mexico City, and it is perfectly possible to spend a whole afternoon walking around the streets, looking at the beautiful buildings, and taking in the atmosphere. A walk through the streets of this area will take you to the birthplace of Frida Kahlo, the stunning Templo de San Jacinto, ...

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  • 6

    Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

    4
    19 reviews

    BONITA ESCULTURA POR DENTRO.

    Popular withLocalHistorySpiritual
  • 7

    Monumento a la Independencia

    4.5
    16 reviews

    The Angel of Independence, or El Angel, is one of the most striking and iconic fixtures that you can see on the cityscape of the Federal District. Built in 1910, this structure was created to commemorate the centennial of the Mexican War of Independence, which began in the year 1810.Visitors can climb to the top of the tower completely free ...

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  • 8

    Castillo de Chapultepec

    4.5
    13 reviews

    Supported by Napolean III of France, Maximillian was the youngest son of Austrian (Hapsburgh) Emperor Franz Josef. Through a bizarre series of events, he was 'elected' by the citizens of Mexico to ne THEIR Emperor. He reproduced his castle (MIRAMAR) that was in Trieste (now Italy) on Chapultapec Hill at what was the West End of the city in 1850. ...

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  • 9

    Museo Frida Kahlo

    4.5
    14 reviews

    This gal was truly avant garde for her time and place. Her work is very evocative of feminine spirit and she mixes emotions from many different planes of thought. Much of her work is a bit overbearing but this collection has many smaller things that reveal her subtle and ironic senses of humor and sensuality. This building looks small but ...

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  • 10

    Centro Histórico

    5
    10 reviews

    Outstanding and encompasses all of Mexico's diverse history from its indigenous origins to its political present. Gorgeous examples of both Baroque and Art Deco architecture, wonderful art museums, and traditional restaurants.

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  • 11

    Mercado Coyoacan

    4.5
    10 reviews

    I liked this place almost as much as the Xochimilco market. It's smaller, but very lively, especially the food stalls. The center of the food area is taken over by this giant seafood tostada operation (and a few competitors) that is pretty amazing. The whole place is just very colorful and tidy, and a manageable size.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalGreen
  • 12

    Monumento a la Revolución

    4.5
    9 reviews

    Mexico's version of the Arch de Triomph

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  • 13

    Torre Latinoamericana

    4
    9 reviews

    De Lo Mejor De Nuestro Mexico

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  • 14

    Museo Soumaya

    4.5
    7 reviews

    The Museo Soumaya is a private museum in Mexico City with free admission. It is owned by the Carlos Slim Foundation and contains the extensive art, religious relics, historical documents, and coin collection of Carlos Slim and his late wife Soumaya, after whom the museum was named.[1] The museum holds works by many of the best known European artists from ...

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  • 15

    Palacio Postal

    4.5
    7 reviews

    Free entrance. Just walk right in. Beautifully done interior and a popular tourist stop.

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  • 16

    Basilica de Guadalupe

    5
    7 reviews

    Beautiful beyond compare. Words do not do justice to the ornate intricacies seen throughout the various parts of the Basilica. Make sure you do not miss a thing, particularly the gardens. They are crafted to perfection.

    Popular withTrendstersWellness
  • 17

    Six Flags Mexico

    4
    7 reviews

    Its very fun going there i had a good time being there with my cousin and her boyfriend we had a lot of fun people you should go

    Popular withFamiliesAdventure
  • 18

    Casa de Azulejos

    5
    5 reviews

    One of the most beautiful buildings in Mexico. Baroque building covered in blue and white ceramic tiles giving the building its name. Houses an affordable restaurant inside the vaulted atrium serving traditional Mexican dishes. A must see.

    Popular withHistoryAdventureBackpackers
  • 19

    Ciudad Universitaria UNAM

    5
    5 reviews

    the best university , it's beautiful

    Popular withStudentsFamilies
  • 20

    Museo del Templo Mayor

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Excavation of original Aztec Templo Mayor is beside the Metropolitan Cathedral on the Zócalo.

    Popular withHistoryBudgetStudents
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