The heart of Mexico City is the Plaza de la Constitución. Residents began calling it the Zócalo, meaning ‘base,’ in the 19th century,...
Museo del Estanquillo
Housed in a gorgeous neoclassical building two blocks from the Zócalo, the Museo del Estanquillo contains the vast pop culture...
Mexico City’s most iconic structure, this cathedral is a monumental edifice: 109m long, 59m wide and 65m high. Started in 1573, it...
The rooftop lounge bar at boutique hotel Downtown Mexico has become a popular spot to chill over drinks, and it's been known to host...
On the Zócalo’s northwest corner, Puro Corazón offers heart-thumping views of the cathedral from its 6th-floor perch, along with...
Av Madero 74 · interesting places nearby
This design-museum gift shop sells interesting pop-culture knick-knacks, handbags and jewelry crafted mostly by local artisans.