Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas esquina Francisco I. Madero, Mexico City 06000
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The observation deck of the Torre Latinoamericana (the Latin American Tower), offers a magnificent aerial view of the city, ... More
Mirador de la Torre Latinoamericana
The observation deck of the Torre Latinoamericana (the Latin American Tower), offers a magnificent aerial view of the city, without having to fly! Constructed in 1957, it was one of the tallest buildings on the (Latin) American continent and of course, in Mexico City for decades. The observation deck is on the 44th floor and there are two viewing options to choose from: looking out of the windows in the restaurant, or going directly up to the outer balcony where there are nine telescopes offering different viewing angles. Admission costs 30 pesos for children, 35 for adults, and two pesos for a token to use the telescopes.
I LIKE EVERYTHING IT HAS AN AMAZING VIEW TO THE CITY AND IS SOMETHING THAT I WOULD NEVER FORGET THATS WHY WHEN I GO AGAIN TO THE CITY OF MEXICO I WILL BE GOING TO THIS PLACE AGAIN OH AND I ALSO LIKED THE MUSEUM THEY HAD IT WAS COOL ITS A VERY NICE PLACE TO VISIT AS A TOURIST IN THE CITY OF MEXICO YOU WILL LIKE IT TRUST ME AND ESPECIALLY AT KNIGHT WITH THE LIGHTS OF THE CITY
The main feature of this place, as with most of the restaurants in Condesa, is that several tables are set
on the sidewalk. It's great for people who want to watch the world go by while drinking their coffee, ...
Designed for children and young people in general, this museum offers an interactive experience that educates and entertains. It has
14 permanent halls and one for temporary exhibitions. It is one of the first interactive science museums in Mexico. ...
Inaugurated in 1655, this sober looking Baroque church was once part of the Real Convento de la Concepción, a religious
center founded by the first bishop of Mexico (Fray Juan de Zumárraga). It is also famous for being the ...