Museo Interactivo de Economía
One block east of the Plaza Tolsá, the former hospital of the Bethlehemites (the only religious order to be established in the Americas)...
Museo Nacional de Arte
King Carlos rides in front of the Museo Nacional de Arte . Built around 1900 in the style of an Italian renaissance palace, it holds...
Several blocks west of the Zócalo is this handsome square, named after the illustrious late-18th-century sculptor and architect who...
Teatro de la Ciudad
Built in 1918, this lavishly restored 1300-seat hall gets some of the more interesting touring groups in music, dance and theater.
Café de Tacuba
Before the band there was the restaurant. Way before. A fantasy of colored tiles, brass lamps and oil paintings, this mainstay has...
La Perla information
Lonely Planet review
Once a red-light venue, this cabaret has been reborn in the age of irony as a cradle of kitsch, with hilarious drag shows featuring traditional Mexican songstresses. Tickets go fast.