CAMINO REAL AEROPUERTO MEXICO CITY
Given to its convenient location on the east side of Mexico City and the comfort offered by the roofed airport connection walkway, with a specially designed reception for your convenience to make check-in easier for hotel passengers and guests, an additional advantage is its location, as it is just 20 minutes from the Historic Center and Polanco, home to theaters, museums, shops and historic sites, plus many more attractions.
Museum of Anthropology
One of the largest and most beautiful museums in the world, situated in Bosque de Chapultepec. It has 25 rooms exhibiting archaeological items from all over Mexico.
Palacio de Bellas Artes Museum
This building is an impressive work of art where you can take in the trend of Art Nouveau alongside the many Prehispanic influences contained in its architecture, it has a series of murals by famous Mexican painters with interesting temporary exhibitions, classical music concerts, folk dancing and other cultural events.
Basílica de Guadalupe
The third most visited religious center in the ancient and modern world, it exhibits the cloak with the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, who appeared to indigenous Juan Diego, recently canonized as a Saint by Pope John Paul II.
Where decorated canoes known as “trajineras” navigate the canals as you are accompanied by musical groups. This place is one of the Prehispanic vestiges of Aztec culture and keeps alive the memory of the ancient Tenochtitlán.
Together with what was the principal temple of the Mexica people, this sacred place is dedicated to Tláloc and Huitzilopochtli, housing pieces of Aztec culture in it interiors.
Dolores Olmedo Museum
Located in Xochimilco, this forms the perfect backdrop to the fruits of a Mexican woman's efforts who, committed to her culture, collected the most important works of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo over her lifetime.
Castle of Chapultepec
A fortress with a great history and countless documents that for part of a historic backdrop such as the Castle of Chapultepec. Its interior has been kept much the same as when the Emperor Maximiliano arrived, whereas it also maintains areas that date back to Prehispanic culture.
Museum of Childhood
Papalote Museum of Childhood is an interactive science and technology forum, full of fun for children, where play acts as a principal tool for investigation and discovery.
Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros
Considered part of the artistic heritage of the nation, this building hosts the largest work by Chihuahua's most recognized painter, who was one of the three most important muralists in Mexican history.
Plaza de la Constitución / The Zócalo
Held as the third largest square in the world where the National Palace is visited by countless visitors every year due to the murals by Diego Rivera. The most important of these was “México a través de los siglos” (Mexico Through the Centuries).
This well-known location is the largest entertainment center in Mexico City, situated on Paseo de la Reforma and surrounded by Bosque de Chapultepec, the National Auditorium offers its visitors the best national and international performances. It has a capacity of 10,000 people.