Panificadora Santa Cruz
Built between 1729 and 1752, the pink-stone cathedral is an ultimate expression of Mexican baroque The stupendous main facade is a wall...
Palacio de Gobierno
Palacio de Gobierno on the plaza's east side was built in the 18th century for a colonial family. In the turret of its main staircase is...
Plaza de Armas
The plaza is the open space north of the cathedral. At the time of research, it was being remodelled to raise the ground to pavement...
This smart bar in the southwest corner of the Mercado González Ortega attracts a friendly, varied, mostly 30s clientele; it's busiest...
Near the cathedral, this Greek-owned cafe has a quirky '50s-style diner feel, and is the place to meet for locals and visitors –...
Tacuba 216A · interesting places nearby
Panificadora Santa Cruz information
Almost abutting the cathedral, this reliable bakery/eatery has excellent sinful treats – pan dulces (pastries), pizzas and tortas (sandwiches). Offers set 'nothing-special-but-fills-a-hole' type breakfasts (M$58-78).