Vista poniente desdel Mirados de la Torre Latinoamericana.
Things to do

See the City from on High

Mirador de la Torre Latinoamericana

The Torre Latinoamericana, which has been part of the city since 1956, was vaunted as Latin America’s tallest building until 1972, when it was surpassed by the Hotel de México (now the World Trade Center). Its observation deck, on the 44th floor, offers visitors one of the best views of the city, with panoramic vistas in all directions. You can see, unimpeded, from Cerro de la Estrella hill to the canyons of Santa Fe, and from Peñón hill to Chiquihute hill. 

To get another look at the metropolis from on high, visit the complex that now houses the Monumento a la Revolución. In addition to an observation deck reached by a glass elevator, there is a design store and coffee shop. A visit to the monument isn’t complete without heading underground to the Museo Nacional de la Revolución sitting under tons of concrete. It is a cutting-edge museum dedicated to the history of the Mexican Revolution. 

This is also where famous figures such as Pancho Villa, Francisco I. Madero, Venustiano Carranza, and Lázaro Cárdenas are buried. 





Torre Latinoamericana, Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México, Centro, Ciudad de México, CDMX, México

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