Historical Center of the CDMX on foot

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Itinerary Details

Operated by: Corazon Historico

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Stop At: Zocalo

The central point is the Plaza de la Constitución, informally known as El Zócalo, is the main square of Mexico City. It was named in honor of the Constitution of Cádiz promulgated in 1812. This is the second largest square in the world and the first among Spanish-speaking countries.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: National Palace (Palacio Nacional)

 The Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City, built over three centuries and encompassing the different styles of the Viceroyalty era in the same space. A few steps from the cathedral are the National Palace, seat of the Mexican Executive Power, the Old City Hall Palace and the Government Building, both current headquarters of the Mexico City government, and the Merchants Portal.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Historic Center (Centro Historico)

Streets of the Historic Center; For example, we will find Tacuba Street (former Mexico-Tacuba Road), we find such traditional places of the city, such as Café Tacuba, a pleasant restaurant, decorated with an excellent Mexican taste with mosaics of Talavera and where the Delights of traditional Mexican cuisine. In the same street is Manuel Tolsá Square, a place of great architectural harmony, with buildings as prominent as the National Museum of Art, one of the most beautiful in the Historic Center and the Mining Palace, of austere neoclassical architectural sobriety that It houses the Mining Palace Book Fair, one of the busiest in the city. Almost opposite the Manuel Tolsá Square, next to the Mining Palace, is the Postal Palace, a refined building inspired by the architecture of Venice

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Palacio de Bellas Artes

The Palace of Fine Arts, one of the most beautiful concert halls in the world, decorated with impressive sculptures executed in Art Nouveau style for the exterior, which contrast with the sober elegance of its Art Deco interior, decorated with geometric and pre-Hispanic motifs.

Duration: 1 hour
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