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Torre Latino is one of highest, maybe the highest, viewpoint over Mexico City. A 'must do' when you are visiting CDMX. From this point you'll see were all these 28 million people live and work. Access to the tower is easy, no long waiting lines...More
The observation center located on the 44th floor offers a nice view over the city on a clear day however the building is showing it's age and you certainly want a clear day to make going worthwhile. It is located in the historic center.
By chance we arrived at the entrance and decided to have a snack. Sat near window and enjoyed the view:
Mixed Drinks were terrible- stick to bottled/caned beverage.
Appetizer small, expensive but ok.
Service tried to be attentive but slow...
worth the experience and view...
If you are in Downtown historic Center I do recommend to go really early in the morning and pay for the ticket to go up. Since its an all day ticket, go up nice and early, take nice pics of the sun coming out in...More
We went there on a beautiful sunny day so had the copportunity to see very far and get to see the city fro a different point of view. It was nice tourt like activity. The building itself is very old and has not been remodelled...More
I visited Torre Latino on a Monday night. There was no line and the views were amazing. You are able to see all parts of the city from the top of Torre Latino. Seeing everything at night made the view extra special. I would suggest...More
This is kind of a "touristy" destination but fun nonetheless. You can visit the Miralto bar and get the same views, but we opted to pay for the Mirador. You receive a wristband so that you can come back all day. The first stop is...More
It is very modern building with all the beautiful historic buildings all around. the Palacio De Bellas is so beautiful right across, you can take the elevators for view of the Mexico City for a fee but we did not thing was worth it. We...More