MODERN ART MUSEUM
Distance 3.5 km
It is an enclosure mainly dedicated to preserve, study, and spread Mexican art. The location, in the Bosque de Chapultepec, was inaugurated in 1964, as part of the cultural institutionalization program which characterizes the government of the then President Adolfo López Mateos.
This museum has the compromise of being a public space that offers its visitors an individual and meaningful experience.
LUCHA LIBRE (WRESTLING)
Distance 1.8 km
It is one of the spectacle sports that besides representing Mexican folklore worldwide, forms a subculture that attracts millions of followers and is one of the most liked in the city. We recommend you live this amazing experience in the Arena Ciudad de México.
Distance 1.5 km
Space that arises between some Porfirian manors and mansions amongst some skyscrapers and buildings of modern cut. Throughout the years it has become an area of a commercial character, where you could find boutiques, hotels, restaurants, art galleries, cafes, libraries, and more; also known for its nightlife, consequently, this place is one of the most visited in Mexico City.
ÁNGEL DE LA INDEPENDENCIA
Distance 2.0 km
Monument created in 1910, it is a cultural icon of Mexico City and an emblematic place for celebrations and national events. Represents the victory for the independence of the country by means of an honorary column topped with a Winged Victory statue.
MONUMENTO A LA REVOLUCIÓN
Distance 1.5 km
The Monumento a la Revolución symbolizes the struggle of the Mexicans. It is a work of art and a mausoleum designed by the architect Carlos Obregón finalized in 1938. An obligated visit in the city.
BOSQUE DE CHAPULTEPEC
Distance 4.6 km
Urban park of 678 hectares, with countless vestiges of the pre-Columbian era. Nature, culture, and history in an environment of peace and tranquility. Lakes, fountains, sports facilities in a destination that you must visit.
ANTHROPOLOGY NATIONAL MUSEUM
Distance 4.0 km
It is one of Mexico’s and Latin America´s most important museographic enclosures and one of the main sites of tourist interest. Their 36 exhibition halls show the archaeological legacy of the Mesoamerican peoples, as well as emblematic pieces.