Mexico City’s newest lineal park follows both sides of a centuries-old canal. Revitalized with parks, jogging areas, and sports fields, the Canal Nacional borders more than a dozen neighborhoods.
One of the oldest inhabited areas in the Valley of Mexico, Culhuacan has been nestled in the shadow of the Cerro de Estrella more than a thousand years.
The single most important sites in and near Mexico City as selected by the Secretary of Tourism in cooperation with Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).
The Mexico City sites most closely associated with the historic events of 1519 – 1521. The culmination was the fall of Tenochtitlan. The immediate aftermath can be understood through a range of neighborhood centers, museums, streets, and works of public art.
The historical sites of the great Aztec Empire, its tributary and subject cities. This route takes you to the places still trading in the agricultural and cultural goods of the ancient capital. It’s a trip to markets, small towns and neighborhoods still following some of the oldest traditions in the country.