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Must-Visit Attractions In Mexico City, Mexico

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Tourists find Mexico to be one of the most exciting countries in the world. That’s mostly because Mexico has some of the best and most beautiful tourist attraction sites. Famous for their “deadly” recipes, getting the chance to eat some of the local and traditional food is also one of the top things that you must do to experience the full vibe of Mexico City.

But however much time you expect to say in this remarkable city, there are a handful of places you must visit and snap some memorable photos to be able to prove to your friends that you have been to Mexico!

El Ángel de la Independencia

If you want to view one of the most amazing things in your life, then you must make sure that you visit this place when you are in Mexico. The statues are known to be incredibly realistic and El Ángel de la Independencia is one of the most important monuments in Mexico known for its humongous size. It’s also the same place where some of the national celebrations like Independence Day are celebrated.

Monumento a Los Niños Heroes

This is one of the most critical memorial statues in Mexico City. Situated in the heart of the city, this magnificent monument occupies quite some space signifying its importance. This spectacular monument was built in memory of warriors who lost their lives during historical times. Getting the chance to view this monument will put you in the same place where history took place.

Estatuas de Los Pegasos

The four Pegasus statues located in Palacio De Bellas Artes, these are the things that will forever stick in your mind when you get the opportunity to see them. Remember that some of the ancient sculptors are some of the best known and Catalan Agustí Querol Subirats was a master of his craft. Here’s another little-known fact. The four statues were previously located in Zocalo before they were brought to their current location!

Monumento de la Fundación de México-Tenochtitlan

Marking one of the most important agreements ever made in Mexico, it is important to know that this is the same symbol of the eagle eating a snake on the Mexican flag. The level of artwork viewed on this statute is magnificent as you can even read the emotions of the other statues which seem to be watching the eagle. It is one of the major tourists’ attractions in Mexico, and a must-visit site for any tourist.

Mexico City is a vibrant place perfect for a vacation any time. If you’re finding your itinerary a bit too full visiting countless tourist attractions, consider planning way ahead so that you end up staying close to whatever makes it to the top of your can’t-miss list. Plan on staying for an extended period of time? Then you’re all set to have an experience of a lifetime.

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