Then take Calle 5 de Mayo and head to the spectacular Palacio de Bellas Artes, which hosts world-renowned opera, dance and theatre against a backdrop of Mexican frescos, the most famous being Diego Rivera´s “Man, Controller of the Universe”, a recreated version of the original in New York’s Rockefeller Centre which was later destroyed after creative differences between the artists.
Don’t miss a visit to the Palacio de Correos, the old main post office. Have a drink at Torre Latinoamericana´s bar on the 41st floor and enjoy the spectacular views of the city that never ends.
Once relaxed, head to Monumento a la Revoluciòn, a landmark commemorating the Mexican revolution, and enjoy the chilled atmosphere around it. Both places are great as spots to watch the sunset!
Now that you're hungry, head for dinner at the beautiful restaurant Azul Histórico for a traditional dinner or if you fancy some street food don’t miss out on tacos at Los Cocuyos.