Mexico City, one of the largest and most populous cities in the world with more than 8 million inhabitants in its 16 mayors, and more than 20 million in its metropolitan area composed mainly of the surroundings of the State of Mexico; it has a great importance in cultural, entertainment, health and religious tourism due to being a globalized and multicultural city, where a large number of foreigners reside and where their historical stages are combined in an environment of large buildings, houses of different artistic styles such as art deco, art nouveau, minimalist, baroque, rococo, among others coming mainly from France and Spain.
Also called the City of Palaces, a large number of imposing old buildings that served as palaces and are used today as museums, schools, houses and businesses are preserved. Giving a multicultural touch to the city. Along with its palaces, it is made up of cultural neighborhoods around it:
Colonia del Valle, Polanco, Corredor Roma - Condesa and the Colonia San Rafael are only a few neighborhoods that have to be visited when touring in Mexico City, well known for being conservative, maintaining a large number of theaters, art galleries, coffee shops, bookstores, parks, sculptures and fountains, these areas are currently the preferred to inhabit due to their quality of life.
Santa Fé, Presidente Masaryk or Interlomas, where stores of all kinds are maintained, highlighting the fashion shops from the main houses in the world such as Louis Vuitton, Coach, Cartier, Bvlgari, Tommy Hilfiger, Salvatore Ferragamo among many others.
Mixcoac and Coyoacán are now part of Mexico City, but in past years they formed the periphery of it; towns where the first textile factories were established in Mexico and where they currently maintain their constructions that are embellished with their parks and taste for trees in houses and old factories of giant courtyards.
If culture is your thing, you cannot miss the most important museums in the city. Rufino Tamayo Museum: one of the most recognized Mexican painters, the National Museum of Art, located on Tacuba Street: a highly decorated palace that maintains the most important collection of Mexican art with works by its main painters since the viceroyalty to the avant-garde painting by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Siqueiros and many others.Palacio de Bellas Artes; where murals of the main muralists of Mexico are exhibited, as well as the exhibition of plays and classical music. The National Museum of Anthropology and history for its part is located in Polanco and exhibits the life of pre-Columbian Mexico, with historical pieces rescued from Mexican culture.
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