Centro Histórico

Mexico City's Centro Histórico district has the largest concentration of museums, cultural sites, and general points of interest in the entire city.

Being terribly easy to navigate (even when you're lost), it's a great introduction to the city, and a trip back in time.

Most people will begin at the Zócalo. We've put together a guide to the sites immediately surround the Zócalo, here

From there, things just get more interesting.

West from the Zócalo: 

East from the Zócalo: 

South from the Zócalo: 

North from the Zócalo: 

Mercado de Flores Merced

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Mercado de Dulces Ampudia, La Merced

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La Merced Market, Nave Mayor

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Mercado Juárez

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Arena México, Doctores

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Plaza de Santa Veracruz

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Casa de Fray Melchor de Talamantes

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Casa de la Acequia

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Claustro de Sor Juana / San Jerónimo Convent

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La Merced Cloister

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Plaza Alonso García Bravo

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Arena Coliseo

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Bank of Mexico Building

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Edificio Guardiola

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Corpus Christi Temple

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San Lucas Chapel and the Plaza San Lucas

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Mercado San Lucas

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Santa María Magdalena Chapel, Plaza San Lucas

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Plaza Comercial Pino Suárez

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San Pablo el Viejo Temple, San Pablo Zoquipan

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Casas de los Camilos o las Calderas

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San Pablo el Nuevo Temple, San Pablo Zoquipan

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Museo de la Charrería: The Rodeo Museum

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San Sebastián Atzacoalco Church & Hospital

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