On our route through the historic centre we will visit the Plaza de la Constitución (Zócalo), selected by the conquistadors upon what was previously the political and religious centre of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec Empire. It is home to the Metropolitan Cathedral, National Palace, Headquarters for the Federal and local Governments and the Templo Mayor.
Other highlights include Chapultepec Park, the largest green area in Mexico City and home to the country’s most famous museum, the National Museum of Anthropology and Chapultepec Castle. On another day we visit Coyoacán to witness the famous Casa Azul (Frida Kahlo Museum), before heading onto Tlalpan for lunch; from there we head to the famous site of Xochimilco, where we will enjoy a relaxing boat ride along the canals.
Our final day takes us to the enormous archaeological site of Teotihuacan. With possibly more than 100,000 residents at its peak, Teotihuacan was amongst the largest cities of the world during the first half of the First Millennium AD. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, it is now one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico.
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