You can hear mass at any time of the day at top of the hour. Great security and very helpfull staff. A must need to stop in place.
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This looks to be a spectacular main square, very big, but they were putting up tents for some reason in the whole square, so we could not walk there. I imagine it would be a great place to take photos of the buildings surrounding the...More
We were here on Mexican Independence Day/Wkend. There were LOTS of people but the square was so huge, it didn't seem like it. We ate at El Balcon Del Zocalo, which was wonderful and on a rooftop overlooking the square. At the square is the...More
The buildings in the zócalo area are lovely albeit a bit hard to photograph as the square is so big. Markets were being held when I was there - lots of quirky items for purchase. Be sure to have cash in your pockets - don’t...More
This area houses multiple governmental buildings. It is referred to by locals as "downtown." At one side is the National Cathedral and nearby is the archeological excavation and exploration of ancient Aztec temples and civilization. There are many shops and restaurants available in the area.
Being on a business trip and bored in my hotel room with nothing to do and wanting to get out I found this place. I Uber’d to it and walked through the central market and found myself lost in all the architecture, food people friendliness...More
This is a must see for any traveler that visits CDMX. If you are lucky you may get into a free concert. If not, you can eat or take a drink at Balcón del Zócalo, with a great view to this place. From the Zócalo...More
Historical place, and the center of Mexico City. Must see the Basilica, the Diego Rivera murals. All tours start here and offer a variety of itineraries to visit the city.
I love coming here, always end up meeting someone new from anywhere around the country. Last time I met some pretty cool cats from Australia. There is always something happening here as well, plus lots of places to shop around.