This relatively new museum of Mexican decorative arts is perfectly situated in a renovated art deco fire station in the historic center of the city. Wonderful and well presented collection. A real treat.
Open only on Saturdays this artisans market is located in the picturesque residential area of San Angel. All kinds of art can be found here from traditional Mexican crafts to local painters and sculptors showcasing their work. A sort of weekly fair that encompasses a large plaza and surrounding...more
Traditional Mexican cuisine at its most sophisticated. The gorgeous hacienda space makes for a gorgeous and relaxing dining experience. Start with a drink in the plush open gardens before your meal inside the grand European styled dining room. They have the best classic margarita in the world...more
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.
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.
One of the most comprehensive museums of archeology in the world. Outstanding collection of artifacts including the iconic Aztec Calendar of the Sun and don't miss the massive statue of the rain god Tlaloc outside the museum.