Mexico City’s Centro Histórico district is the core of Mexican tradition and culture – and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join a local host on an unforgettable virtual tour of this fascinating area, where ancient and modern Mexico collide in a cascade of diverse architecture, culture, art, and food.
You’ll start at the National Palace on the city’s main square, then move on to Templo Mayor, the pinnacle of ancient Aztec architecture. From here, you’ll see two churches – the 200-year-old Mexico City Cathedral, built on former sacred Aztec grounds, and the intricate Convent of San Francisco – then head to the Citibanamex Culture Palace, where several art exhibitions are hosted.
Step into the present at the iconic Latin American Tower, a skyscraper in the downtown area, then go back to the past at the palatial House of Tiles and Palacio de Bellas Artes, a cultural center housed in a historic building. You’ll end your experience at Alameda Central, the oldest public park in the Americas.