Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México (5 Hours)
Known as the Centro or Historic Center, is the central neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico, focused on Zócalo or main plaza and extending in all directions for a number of blocks, with its farthest extent being west to the Alameda Central. The Zocalo is the largest plaza in Latin America. It can hold up to nearly 100,000 people.
Mexico City was the capital city of the powerful Empire Azteca and was was called Tenochtitan. The entire area was a religious and political complex of the Empire Azteca, with palaces, temples and even a zoo. When the Spaniards conquered the area, the Aztec world was destroyed and buried (500 years ago). It was not the end of the Until 20th century until the exact location of the main pyramid. Which was called known as the Templo Mayor. The building was demolished and now there has been recovered hundreds of pieces of what was Tenochtitlan, today you can traverse the space occupied by the Templo Mayor.
This section of the capital has just over nine square km and occupies 668 blocks. It contains 9,000 buildings, 1,550 of which have been declared of historical importance. Most of these historic buildings were constructed between the 16th and 20th centuries. It is divided into two zones for preservation purposes.
- Public transportation once we have reached Central Historic District
- Bi-linqual expert tour guide
What’s Not Included:
- Transportation cost to/from Hotel to Central Historic District.
- Entry to two museums (optional)
- Food and beverage
Transporation options from/to Hotel to Central Historic District may include but not limited to the following options:
- UBER (extra cost)
- Taxi (extra cost)
- Subway (extra cost)