People come from all over the world to learn from Mexico City. It's a cultural mecca, it's a mystery, and yet, it's also a front door to who we are, where we came from, and to understanding where we're going.
Among the oldest of the traditionally popular towns on the slopes of the Xitla volcano.
Delightfully rugged and whipped by the wind off the volcanos, some little towns are too much to miss.
One of the 18th Century's best examples of the new Neo-Classicism, a church holds its own in La…
Two palms stand out above a frenetic and busy street to mark one of the area's oldest churches.
Narvarte's northernmost of churches seems to long for a history just out of reach.
One of the most lavishly decorated of Villa de Cortés churches, this one's interior is breathtaking.
A museum with a line-up of charming mid-century trams & trolleys and full documentation from a by-gone era.
A storied chapel on a plaza of the same name, don't miss the long story behind this one.
Among the most lavish of Mexico City House Museums, it's also among the newest.
In the shadows of the Plaza San Lucas, a dramatic history is redeemed in symmetry.
The predecessor to San Pablo el Nuevo, today it's part of the Hospital Juárez Centro.
One of the City Center's favorite and most forlorn of 17th-Century Baroque Chapels, this one is worth the…
Like a gaunt recollection of past conflict, a hard-fought for parish stands out in its own period's harshest…
One of the most curious museums in the City Center, the history of animal husbandry and the ranch…
One of the great mysteries of the northern Centro Histórico is a wood framed church & hospital.
More than a sunny backdrop to a coffee shop, it's a museum and retirement home too.
One of the most fascinating, if not the most visited, the Numismatic ought to be on your bucket…
One of the City's most serene church interiors is on one of the most raucous of City Center…
Still a gusty breath of wind from the past, a monastery in Tacuba is as impressive as any…
One of the younger neighborhoods in Xochimilco has held on the longest to its Nahuatl name and it's…
Among the most dramatic stretches of canal, an ancient neighborhood rolls out the welcome mat.
Xochimilco's littlest historical neighborhood is among the biggest participants in the local processions.
An ancient ceremonial site gave rise to one of Xochimilco's most colorful neighborhoods.
The epicenter of the New Xochimilco, it's one of the biggest and quietest of Xochimilco's Chinampa Barrios.
There's always something see, and just 8-minutes walk from the light rail is one of Xochimilco's finest barrios.
One of Mexico City's most obvious churches is too often passed right by. Take a look.
Likely the oldest Christian church in ancient Xochimilco, it's the rugged center of an ancient neighborhood.
Looking out on the thriving market square, there's no better place for the Central Xochimilco Chapel.
At the center of one of one Xochimilco's biggest and oldest neighborhoods, it's historically, the cleanest too!
The legendary Xaltocan of Xochimilco still hosts the biggest carnival in the city.
An 17th-century chapel at the heart of Santa Cruz Anulco, it's one of Xochimilco's oldest continually inhabited neighborhoods.
One of the most beloved of central Xochimilco barrios, this one's
One of Xochimilco's most colorful, creative, and historical of ancient neighborhoods...
One of the central, charming little neighborhoods of Xochimilco's center, this one's best visited on foot.
A masterpiece of Mid-Century Modernism, Mexico City's leading architect's home is something to behold.
An important study center, and a center for activism even today, the Casa Museo carries on the struggle.
Mexico's National Poet is honored in a modest home from one of Mexico most turbulent periods.
An extraordinary trip into the mind of a Spanish surrealist, a legendary ex-pat, and an unforgettable filmmaker.