Mexico City

Mexico City's principal sights fall into three areas. Allow a full day to cover each thoroughly, although you could race through them in four or five hours apiece. You can generally cover the first area—the Zócalo and Alameda Central—on foot. Getting around Zona Rosa, Bosque de Chapultepec, and Colonia Condesa may require a taxi ride or two (though the Chapultepec metro stop is conveniently close to the park and museums), as will Coyoacán and San Angel in southern Mexico City.

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  • 1. Catedral Metropolitana

    Centro | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Construction on the largest and one of the oldest Latin American cathedrals began in the late 16th century and continued intermittently throughout...Read More

  • 2. Ex-Convento del Carmen

    San Angel | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Erected by Carmelite friars with the help of an Indian chieftain between 1615 and 1628, this church, with its domes, fountains, and gardens...Read More

  • 3. Iglesia de San Francisco

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    On the site of Mexico's first convent (1524), this 18th-century structure in a French neo-Gothic style has served as a barracks, a hotel, a...Read More

  • 4. La Villa de Guadalupe

    Col. Villa de Guadalupe | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    La Villa"—the local moniker of the site of the two basilicas of the Virgin of Guadalupe, north of the Zócalo—is Mexico's holiest shrine. Its...Read More

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