The Luis G. Urbina park, popularly known as the Parque Hundido or Sunken Park, is the perfect place to take a break after a ... More
The Luis G. Urbina park, popularly known as the Parque Hundido or Sunken Park, is the perfect place to take a break after a walk down the bustling Insurgentes Sur Avenue. Amid the beautiful flowers, shaded gardens and tall trees, you can also see some of the best examples of pre-Hispanic sculpture, for there are fifty-one reproductions on permanent display. Nearby is the Ciudad de Deportes (Sports City), which includes the 65,000 capacity Azul Stadium, and the Plaza Mexico bullring. The latter, with its capacity of 48,000, is considered to be the largest such arena in the world.
This market is famous for the sheer quantity of car parts sold here, as well as the repair service it
offers. They sell tires, tubes, filters, valves, everything related to the world of cars. As you would expect, there ...
The reef surrounding the southern half of the island has been declared a national marine park covering 85% of Cozumel's
dive sites. Second largest in the world, this reef starts in Mexico and extends down to the Gulf of ...
Located in the state of Veracruz, El Tajin was at its height from the early 9th to the early 13th
century. It became the most important centre in north east Mesoamerica after the fall of the Teotihuacan Empire. Its ...