Mexico City, occupied since pre-Columbian times, is home to many historical monuments and buildings. The Centro Historico is the city’s historical downtown district and the location of the Cathedral Metropolitana, a gorgeous cathedral dating to the early 16th century that is one of the oldest in the country. Also in the district is the Templo Mayor, ancient Aztec ruins that were accidently discovered during construction work in the area. Dedicated to the Aztec cult of death, the temple and an adjoining museum include 3,000 items from the dig. Discount hotels in Mexico State, Mexico are centrally located and near both the metropolitan area of Mexico City and the surrounding villages and towns.
Outside of the city cheap hotels in Mexico State, Mexico are the perfect place to stay when visiting villages or Aztec ruins. Teotihuacan, the City of Gods, is the biggest pre-Columbian archeological city in the Americas. It dates to 300 BC and is one of the largest pyramids ever built by ancient people.