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Visit the World Trade Center and Its Rotating Restaurant

One of the city’s landmark skyscrapers, its innovative technology continues to attract biggest expositions.

When its construction was initially planned, the World Trade Center was conceived of as a grand hotel, the Hotel de México. It was slated to be inaugurated in 1968 for the Olympic Games. After several decades it became the World Trade Center, one of the tallest skyscrapers in México with 50 floors stretching 680 feet into the air. One of the towers offers even more features—an expo and convention center, cultural center, office complex, shops, and more.

One of its star attractions is Bellini, which holds the Guinness record as the world’s largest rotating restaurant. Just head to the 45th floor, and within 45 minutes you will have seen a 360-degree view of the city.

Seven years ago, the Pepsi Center was added to the sprawling complex. This facility hosts a range of events, from expos to banquets, and an auditorium seating up to 7,500 spectators.





World Trade Center Mexico City, Montecito, Colonia Nápoles, Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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