The main square and heart of Mexico city where all the action takes place. The centre is surrounded by prominent buildings.
This beautiful castle in the midst of a forest and built on a hill. If art is your thing, you should definitely head here.
It consists two churches built side by side. The older basilica is said to have been built after Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to a saint in the 17th century. The modern basilica is where most of the masses are held.
As the name states, the museum (previously a house) belonged to Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera. Inside the house, you can expect to find artwork done by both of them as well as other memorabilia
If wanna know where the locals go to have a good time, you should head here. Basically, you book a long colourful boat and go around ancient canals. You can choose to bring your own food or buy something from one of the the boats passing next to you. Forget food, you can buy music too! You can have your own mariachi! Make sure you bargain well for a boat and if you're lucky, you might snag an entire one just for yourselves.
Five minutes away from these pyramids is a restaurant built in a cave. Its called "La Gruta" and we highly recommend visiting it for traditional Mexican food and unique setting.