Plazuela Francisco Goitia
A block south of the cathedral, a broad flight of stairs descends from Avenida Hidalgo to Tacuba, forming a charming open space. The...
Opposite the plazuela on Avenida Hidalgo, the lovely, renovated 1890s Teatro Calderón dates from the Porfiriato period and holds...
Built between 1729 and 1752, the pink-stone cathedral is an ultimate expression of Mexican baroque The stupendous main facade is a wall...
This top venue hosts a variety of cultural events including theater, dance and music performances. Check the posters or with the tourist...
Panificadora Santa Cruz
Almost abutting the cathedral, this reliable bakery-eatery has excellent sinful treats – pan dulces (pastries), pizzas and tortas ...
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Acrópolis Café information
Near the cathedral, this Greek-owned cafe has a quirky '50s-style diner feel, and is the place to meet for locals and visitors – perhaps more for its location than its food. It offers light meals, set breakfasts and coffees.