Extremely busy but a definite requirement in a visit to Mexico City. Lots of restaurants and shopping. Lineups move fast so make sure to see everything.
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You can't say you went to Mexico City without going to the Zocalo. Be careful with pickpockets especially at the metro station and streets behind the Zocalo... In the Zocalo lots of police vigilance, it feels really safe. If you can go at sunset, it...More
if you are an architect and know about the main square development of each city this is the place to go, you can actually see the redevelopment of each corner to make it function and the cathedral as main focus and the government palace, a...More
Zocalo is known as the 3rd largest square in the world, however, unfortunately, it was under construction, as of July 2017. But you must visit, as the architectures around Zocalo were gorgeous!
One of the most imposing squares in the world, where in only a few steps you can find testimonies of three cultures: pre-Hispanic, colonial and contemporary. The square is majestic, dominated by the National Palace, official seat of the President of the Republic; The Metropolitan...More
Although it is complicated to reach it beacuse of the trafic, you can always take an Uber to be there. It is the most important and historic plaza or zocalo from any city in Mexico. It has been modified MANY times depending on the needs...More
This is definitely one of the top attractions to visit in Mexico City to witness its massive scale. The main square is characterized by its large buildings, and the vast amount of people that each day visit. There are a number of restaurants where you...More
If you are coming to Mexico City, you must see this place, there is a lot of history and culture, you can see the outside of the most iconic buildings.
Beautiful area. The main square was under construction so the flag was not there to see. The Cathedral was beautiful and just steps away is the Templo Mayor.