CDMX is a hub of Latin American art, culture, and archaeology


Mexico City is home to world-class galleries and museums and is a hub of Latin American art, culture, and pre-Hispanic anthropological wonders.

It is impossible to visit Mexico City without becoming hypnotized by the riches and the stories of the people that came before us.

Explore Aztec ruins in the city center at the Templo Mayor Museum or spend a whole day wandering through the National Museum of Anthropology to view its stunning collection of Mesoamerican artifacts.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Patrick Frilet/Shutterstock (706049at) The Frida Kahlo Museum in the Casa Azul or Blue House in Coyoacan area of Mexico City. This was the family home of the famous artist Diego Rivera and his wife Frida Kahlo, who lived here during the last 14 years of her life. Mexico City, Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico

Afterward, stroll through the sprawling Bosque de Chapultepec, one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere, and enjoy the fresh air, green spaces, and street performers, or head on over to Expendio de Maiz, in the bohemian Roma Norte district, to taste the best pre-Hispanic delicacies the city has to offer.

Seriously, this restaurant is not to be missed; it’s a casual dining experience, with communal tables and a non-existent menu.

Simply tell your waiter if you have any dietary requirements and how hungry you are and then sit back and enjoy a steady flow of delicious plates exploding with flavors and ingredients like you’ve never experienced before.

Source: El Universal

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