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  • 9.2

    Al Andalus

    Middle Eastern Restaurant Mesones 171 Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (261 tips):

    • 48 hrs A.
      48 hrs Azap: "Enjoy their delicious Shwarma and other Libanese specialities in the heart of "La Merced". Ask for an outside table, and relax smoking some Shisha. -Roman farid Saavedra."
  • 9.5

    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    Opera House Av. Juárez s/n Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (1340 tips):

    • Ray C.
      Ray Carlton-Cardona: "Beautiful place to sit and people watch, beast view of the building is from the 8th floor of the Sears Building across the street"
  • 9.2

    El Cardenal

    Mexican Restaurant Palma 23, Centro Histórico, Ciudad de México Mexico City, Mexico City

    People also say (1079 tips):

    • Ricardo L.
      Ricardo Lopez: "Simply, one of the best breakfast places in Mexico City. They have some of the best Mexican food dishes in town. The enchiladas with carnitas Quiroga style are amazing. Try the nata and rolls."
  • 9.2

    Centro Histórico

    Plaza Primer Cuadro de la Ciudad Mexico City, Mexico City

    People also say (1097 tips):

    • Jakob K.
      Jakob Koefoed: "The center of Mexico City is chaotic, noisy and all the other things you expect! But also it has beautiful buildings tilting because of the soft soil and a lot of museums!"
  • 9.4

    El Cardenal

    Mexican Restaurant Av. Juarez 70 Mexico City, Mexico City

    People also say (447 tips):

    • Jimena T.
      Jimena Terlakis: "Awesome breakfasts, a little costy but totally worth it. The "molcajete" sauce with avocado and fresch cheese is amazing as an entrance (don't forget the tortillas!), don't forget the cheese pay!!"
  • 9.4

    Museo de Arte Popular

    Art Museum Revillagigedo 11 Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (174 tips):

    • Alo T.
      Alo T: "Folk arts! Colorful exhibition somehow it can be very Dark and skullish death related things, also it demonstrates the Mexicans amazing creativities in history! Absolutely worth of visiting"

People are talking about these places in Centro:

  • 9.2

    Templo Mayor

    History Museum Seminario 8 Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (283 tips):

    • David L.
      David Lor: ""Discovered in 1978" though the old sewer line running through the middle says you otherwise. That in itself says a lot about the history of the Templo Mayor and it's people. Don't miss this place."
    • Michael F.
      Michael Fuchs: "Not to be missed in CDMX. This is THE place to learn about Mexica culture. The area offers much more than you‘ll see from the outside and the museum has outstanding exhibits."
  • 9.1

    Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso

    Art Museum Justo Sierra 16 Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (280 tips):

    • 48 hrs A.
      48 hrs Azap: "Visit the Museum of San Ildefonso and check out some of the unique and interesting temporary exhibits always on display. The colonial style of the building is amazing, you can't miss it.- Ale Valdivia"
    • Travel + Leisure
      Travel + Leisure: "At this 18th-century former Jesuit school, placid porticoes are lined with bitingly satirical murals by José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera’s contemporary."
  • 9.3

    Quinta Casa de Correos (Palacio Postal)

    Post Office Tacuba 1 Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

    People also say (117 tips):

    • Filmsquare
      Filmsquare: "The Correo Mayor (Main Post Office) was used in Licence to Kill (1989) as the Banco de Isthmus, both exteriors and interiors were shot as James Bond deposits nearly $5m and Sanchez gives a tour."
    • Kate F.
      Kate Furman: "Beautiful post office, check out the mini museum left of the main entrance."

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