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Sights, Mexico

The varied natural landscape, colourful culture and fascinating history of revolution means there is a host of fascinating sights to discover in Mexico. From the Frida Kahlo Museum to the ancient Mayan temples, downtown skyscrapers and surrealist sculptures tucked away in the jungle, you can feast your eyes on the old and the new here, and everything in between.

Mayan Temples of Palenque

The Mayan Temples of Palenque sit at the foot of the northernmost hills of the Chiapas highlands, being one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico, with more than a thousand visitors venturing here each day. Official guides are on-hand here…


Monumento a la Revolución

The Monumento a la Revolución (the Arch of the Revolution), is located on the Plaza de la Republica in Mexico City. Completed in 1938, this amazing monument was built to celebrate the Mexican revolution and is now a very popular tourist attraction.


Museo Frida Kahlo

Located in one of the oldest and most beautiful neighbourhoods, the Frida Kahlo Museum – also coined as the ‘Blue House’ (because of its bright blue walls), is one of the most popular museums in Mexico City.


Museo Nacional de Antropologia

Museo Nacional de Antropologia is Mexico City’s largest and most visited museum. Located in the heart of the Bosque de Chapultepec, it covers an area of almost 20 acres, and with several gardens and 23 individual exhibition…


Palacio de Bellas Artes

The Palacio de Bellas Artes is one of Mexico City’s most visited buildings, with over 10,000 people (tourists and locals) a week venturing to see it. The outside of the Palacio has a very decorative white marble facade…


Plaza Garibaldi Mariachi Bands

Plaza Garibaldi has been home to mariachi bands since the 1920s. These small, Mexican ensembles originally consisted of musicians wearing charro suits, playing a variety of stringed instruments.


Santuario de Atotonilco

The Santuario de Atotonilco, located just outside San Miguel de Allende is a church complex built in the 18th century by Father Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro and frescoed by a local painter called Antonio Pocosangre.


Templo Mayor

The Templo Mayor was once the main temple of the Mexican people but was destroyed in 1521 after the Spanish Conquest. However, in 1978 electrical workers unearthed a stone monolith…



The holy city of Teotihuacan (the place where the gods were created), is a large archaeological site, approximately 50 kilometres north-east of Mexico City. The ruins of Teotihuacan are now one of Mexico’s biggest tourist attractions…


Torre Latinoamericana

The Torre Latinoamericana (Latin-American Tower), was the world’s first major skyscraper to be successfully built on land prone to earthquakes. Opened on April 30th 1956, the tower withstood an earthquake shortly after it had been built…