Museo de la Ciudad de México
Formerly a palace of the Counts of Santiago de Calimaya, this 18th-century baroque edifice now houses a museum with temporary exhibits...
Suprema Corte de Justicia
The Suprema Corte de Justicia , south of the Zócalo, has Orozco murals. In 1940 the artist painted four panels around the first level of...
Templo de la Santísima Trinidad
The profusion of ornamental sculpture on the facade – including ghostly busts of the 12 apostles and a representation of Christ with his...
Taquería Los Paisas
This corner taco stand southeast of the Zócalo offers overstuffed steak, sausage and pastor (spit-roasted pork) tacos or Campechano ...
Lonely Planet review
Pre-Hispanic fare is the specialty of this cantina-style restaurant. Sample maguey (agave) worms, grasshoppers, wild boar and other delicacies.