Mexico City is the largest city in the world, and is also Mexico’s capital city located in the Valley of Anáhuac. This city was once the center of the entire Aztec empire. Mexico City is now home for over 8.5 million people. It is also known as one of the most difficult cities in the world to drive in. In such a large city tourists often spend time in only a few different areas of the city.
The town’s square known as Zócalo is built in the same location as Montezuma’s palace. The Zócalo is over 13 acres yet still gets very crowded on evenings and on the weekend. Mexico City is home of the Museo del Templo Mayor. These Mayan ruins were thought to be the center of the universe. Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico contains the history of Mexico City from before European contact to present day. Iglesia de San Fernando is a church dedicated to King Fernando III. He was known for banishing Muslims and Jews from Spain. This site was once the location of punishments against heretics.
Large and roomy, Hotel del Angel is a popular choice. Offering 2-star rooms, this is a great option for good quality at a low price. This location provides easy access to popular attractions such as Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Paseo de la Reforma.
Del Prado Hotel gives you lots of choices, thanks to the extensive selection of rooms. The 3-star rating promises an enjoyable stay in Mexico City. You can easily stroll to Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Paseo de la Reforma from here.
The large Hotel Casa Blanca is known for consistent quality. A good option for those who seek a greater degree of comfort in Mexico City. Alameda Central Park and Paseo de la Reforma are within easy reach. Many travelers find a visit to Iglesia de San Fernando inspiring. Museo Mural Diego Rivera and Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico are in the neighborhood of this accommodation.
Offering an intimate atmosphere, the small-sized El Patio 77 is a nice place to unwind. Book a comfy 3-star room here. Among the popular sights within walking distance from here are Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Paseo de la Reforma.
With no more than 20 rooms, La Querencia DF is a small boutique establishment. These guestrooms are in the 2-star(s) category. Alameda Central Park and Paseo de la Reforma are within easy reach. Nearby Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Museo Mural Diego Rivera are recommended tour stops.
If you prefer a more intimate property, Hostal Virreyes is a good option. Offering 2-star rooms, this is a great option for good quality at a low price. Alameda Central Park is worth a visit during your Mexico City stay. Palacio Nacional is a good option as well. Nearby Museo Mural Diego Rivera and Museo Franz Mayer are important cultural attractions.
Hostal Boutique La Tercia is modest and comfortable, with a 2-star rating. From here you'll be well situated to enjoy nearby attractions such as Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Paseo de la Reforma.
Casa Don Jose Hostal is a small, intimate property where you'll enjoy personalized attention. The rooms here are rated 2-star(s). A stay here gives you close proximity to popular attractions such as Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico and Paseo de la Reforma.
With fewer than 20 rooms, Mansión Havre is more intimate than many Mexico City lodgings. The 2-star rating indicates the price should be right for budget travelers. Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de Mexico is a short walk from here; other attractions, including Paseo de la Reforma, can also be reached on foot.