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Mexico City is home to one of the most authentic and incredible profiles in the world. A unique blend of modern culture and tradition that anyone who visits immediately falls in love with. A one-of-a-kind city that will surprise you with its impressive cultural offerings, as well as with its outdoor spaces, architecture and exquisite cuisine.
ATTRACTION PARK SIX FLAGS MÉXICO
This magical amusement park, receives each year millions of visitors, becoming the most visited thematic park in Latin America. It is also the first Six Flags park inaugurated outside of the United States.
It has a permanent exhibition of mechanical watches, as well as diverse antiques related to the history of music, as well as electromechanical devices and historic furniture. During your tour, you can listen to original melodies played in antique musical devices, from a phonograph and musical box from the 19th century to gramophones from the beginning of the 20th century.
The magical neighborhood of Coyoacán is one of the most antique, picturesque, and cultural areas of Mexico City. Parks, museums, and places dedicated to the culture in general, compliment the tourist experience offered by this jewel in the south of the city.
DIEGO RIVERA AND FRIDA KAHLO MUSEUM
Declared artistic monument in 1998, the twin houses, were built in 1931 by the young architect and friend of the couple Juan O´Gorman at the request of Diego Rivera. It was one of the first functionalist constructions in Latin America, incorporating in a very natural manner the Mexican organic style. It is dedicated to preserve the muralist and his wife’s memory, as well as to the study and analysis of their artistic generation.
LIVING ARTS CENTER
Venue for all ages which holds concerts, avant-garde art galleries, seminars, theater plays, sports activities, and other events. Enjoy the green area where you can lay down on the grass, rest in comfortable benches, or stay at the last step of what seems to be an open-air forum to enjoy the sight of the place.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF POPULAR CULTURES
This museum is dedicated to preserve and disseminate the different cultural manifestations of our country. The museum is not only focused on displaying paintings and objects, but there are also concerts of Mixtec music, Purepecha dances, recitals in Náhuatl, amongst others. The fact that there is no permanente exhibition makes this museum a unique and different experience.
Masayoshi Ōhira Park
The neighbors call it “Parque de la Pagoda” (Pagoda Park). At some point it was a stage for movies after that was forgotten for a decade. In 2015 the park was rescued and named Parque Masayoshi Ōhira, in honor of the first minister of Japan, who was the first Japanese politician to visit our country.
One of the most colorful and traditional markets in Mexico City. It still retains certain peculiarities that make this market a must-see. In addition to finding the typical of all the markets, it also offers rich cravings, typical food, juices and smoothies, handicrafts, costumes for every occasion, typical and fashionable clothes, traditional Mexican toys, among many other products.