Mexico City is made up of numerous neighborhoods, each of them with their own distinctive charm: Condesa has its beautiful parks and hip cafes, Coyoacan its countrified atmosphere, Polanco its posh restaurants and expensive shops, just to name a few. It would be hard to choose one over another as each of them has great things to offer. But one of these neighborhoods is definitely something else: el Centro Histórico or the Historic Center. This area is no ordinary place. Why? Well, I’ll answer this question with a list of five things you need to know about this unique neighborhood.
Five Things You Need to Know About Mexico City’s Historic Center
Updated: Jan 13, 2020