Mexico City is the oldest capital city in the Americas was founded in 1325, plus the square of Mexico City in our Zocalo, is the first and largest Hispanic World.
It is considered the political, financial and cultural development, besides being among the most populated in the world. It is a city just amazing to go.
It is gratifying to see the Zocalo of Mexico City, looking for an explanation of the buildings that surround it. And enter the National Palace to see the Diego Rivera mural in the main staircase, which is a compendium of the History of Mexico. Walk to the outside of the Temple and subsequent admission to the Metropolitan Cathedral for an explanation of its architecture.
The city has modern buildings, wide avenues, such as the Paseo de la Reforma, which with new flooring, lighting, landscaping, street furniture and restoration work, competes with the most beautiful avenues in the world.
It has numerous parks and gardens scattered everywhere, including Chapultepec Park, with its imposing castle, considered the only real castle in the Americas.
It has one of the world’s major museums: the National Museum of Anthropology and History, located in Chapultepec and has an extensive collection of our culture.
There are over a hundred museums in the city to visit, beautiful colonial architecture neighborhoods if the idea is simply to enjoy a walk, and of course the wide range of cuisine from local food and lively nightlife.
UNESCO declared the Historic Center and Xochimilco and cultural heritage of humanity.