Centro Historico in mexico city

Photo: Douglas Rivera

Centro Histórico

Centro, Mexico City

In order to fully understand the rich history of Mexico City, you must visit the nucleus of where it all began. Centro Histórico has the most beautiful architecture in the city. From Plaza de la Constitucion to Bellas Artes, you can spend an entire afternoon walking around and absorbing the rich culture and history of Mexico City through the streets of Centro Histórico.
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Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México Centro Mexico City, CDMX


The great outdoors are open 24/7





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Centro Historico in mexico city

Photo: Douglas Rivera

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