Locally known as Ciudad de México, Mexico is surrounded by great mountain ranges and snow-capped volcanoes with heights of more than 5000 meters. Apart from these, a visit to Mexico will also allow you to see countless remains of its past.

If you are an art lover, this city is filled with museums, pre-Columbian art and architecture, stunning Baroque churches and palaces, as well as ancient and significant buildings that date back from the 16th to the 19th century. 

Discover some of the best places in Mexico and explore some of these top spots in Mexico for an unforgettable experience;

10 Top Spots in Mexico

1. The National Museum of Anthropology: The National Museum of Anthropology was built in 1964 and can be found in Chapultepec Park. The contemporary and striking architectural structure is hard to bypass with the enormous monolithic figure inscribed at the entrance. The Museum features an 11-meter-tall column with waterfalls signifying the eternal cycle of life and the display of old Indian artworks.

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2. Teotihuacan: Teotihuacan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was once the biggest city in America before the Hispanics invaded it. The Great Pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacan is believed to have been home to 125,000 people, which included different ethnic groups such as Zapotec, Otomi, Maya, Nahua, and Mixtec during the 1st millennium AD. 

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3. Gran Hotel Ciudad de México: Whether or not you are staying at the hotel, Gran Hotel Ciudad de México is a must-visit if you want to see a jaw-dropping scenic interior. With an antique elevator made of iron and concrete and the first of its kind in Mexico City, the hotel features an incredible curving staircase and an extraordinary Tiffany stained-glass ceiling imported from France.

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4. Basilica De Guadalupe: The Basilica is visited by millions of visitors and worshippers yearly. First opened in 1531 and rebuilt in 1976 to welcome a large number of faithful participants to the mass, the Basilica de Guadalupe is constructed near the hill where Virgin Mary is believed to have appeared.

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5. Palacio De Bellas Artes: Palacio De Bellas Artes is an embodiment of giant artworks featuring the artworks and murals of various Mexican artists such as Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, David Alfaro Siqueiros and others. The massive architectural structure is also a piece of art to admire.

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6. Museo Soumaya: The Museo Soumaya is truly a remarkable sight in the centre of Polanco. With a sparkling architectural structure soaring from the ground like a dream, the Museo Soumaya was named after Soumaya Domit, the late wife of the founder, Carlos Slim, and features several artworks from some 20th-century Mexican pieces to the European Old Masters.

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7. Chapultepec Castle: Chapultepec Castle is a must-visit destination in Mexico. It has served different purposes over the years and is the only palace on the continent that is over 7,000 feet above sea level. The castle can be found in Chapultepec Park and has been used as a home for royalty, an observatory, and a military academy.

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8. Floating Gardens of Xochimilco: Floating Gardens of Xochimilco is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and remarkable proof of the area’s pre-Hispanic past with a canal system and extensive lake that used to connect most of the territories in the valley. You can board a trajinera, a colorful gondola-like boat, to explore these artificial islands and waterways.

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9. Torre Latino Americana: Torre Latino Americana is the tallest building of Centro Historico, built in 1965, and has successfully resisted the great earthquakes of 1975 and 2017. The 44-story skyscraper is a masterpiece of excellent engineering. It has a conservation deck on the top floor that offers beautiful views of the city. 

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10. Metropolitan Cathedral: Apart from being one of the oldest and most prominent cathedrals in the Western world, The church features the statues of Faith, Hope & Charity, the Assumption Painting, Altar of the Kings, the remains of Mexican Emperor Agustin de Iturbide and the bell towers. The Metropolitan Cathedral is built with grey sandstone and basalt.

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