Mexico City Vacations
Mexico’s capital city, Mexico City is a city with a Historic Center, where the Government Palace, Alameda Park, Regina Coeli Temple and the Zocalo. The Paseo de la Reforma is the main boulevarde, housing colonial mansions and the Independence Monument. Mexciana fly from cities in the US including New York and Miami. Aeromexico offer flights from cities including Los Angeles, Orlando and Salt Lake City. www.allaboutmexicocity.com.
Sprawling across a valley encircled by
ice-capped volcanoes and mountains, atop an ancient Aztec
civilisation, Mexico City is North America's highest city, and one
of the worlds most densely populated. With a long and fascinating
history that runs from ancient native civilisations through to the
invasion of the Conquistadors and subsequent colonial rule, Mexico
City has a vast number of fascinating sights and
Mexico City Attractions
Templo Mayor Mexico City
Templo Mayor (Great Temple) was the principal
temple of the Aztecs, believed to mark the centre of the universe.
Palacio de Bellas Artes Mexico City
Situated at one end of the Alameda Central
that was once an ancient market place and is now a large park, is
the splendid white marble structure of the Palacio de Bellas Artes
(Palace of Fine Arts).
Bosque de Chapultepec and the Museo Nacional de
Antropología Mexico City
Bosque de Chapultepec is Mexico City's
largest park, covering an enormous area containing lakes, the zoo
and several museums, including the Museo Nacional de Antropología.
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