At a Glance

One of the world’s largest metropolises presents itself to the visitor in its cosmopolitan diversity and yet in many corners as a tranquil place.

The remains of legendary Tenochtitlán – the ancient capital of the Aztec Empire – can only be glimpsed in the ruins of the Templo Mayor and the impressive Museo del Templo Mayor. Literally on the ruins of the destroyed high culture, the Centro Histórico of today’s Mexico City was built 700 years ago, the undisputed center of the country with all its symbols of secular and religious power. (read more)

Palacio de Bellas Artes

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