Travel: Mexico City Sights
Mexico City sights, from historical roundabout statues, to park monuments Mexico City, or CDMX, is filled with history, beautiful buildings and some of the most interesting sights. Here I’ll share some photos from our walks out and about around Mexico City.
My favourite? This one, the Angel of Independence – it’s tall, stunning, and when the gold catches the sun, it’s powerful!
Okay, here are a few more sights!
Mexico City Sights
The buildings in Mexico City are not only memorable, they’re recognizable across the globe. Check out some of CDMX’s eye catching architecture.
One of my favourite things to do while travelling is to walk through the city. We did this in Chicago, Paris, and London. Walking gives you a sense of the city, a feel for what’s important and the added bonus is getting to people watch. Okay – photo time!
Roaming the streets of the city centre was such an experience. Shops, old buildings, and cobble streets.
Okay, now for the centre pieces of the roundabout! I’m so happy we walked a lot since then I got to see these beautiful pieces up close.
Bosque de Chapultepec is full of so many lush trees, vendors, and dog walkers – if you’re ever in Mexico City, please visit the park. Grab a coffee and stroll for an hour and enjoy the sights.
Alameda Park is another wonderful place to visit – it’s Mexico City’s oldest municipal park! The signs say no dogs allowed, but we saw quite a few and even played fetch with one sweet pup.
Overall, be sure to take in the sights, enjoy your surroundings, and stop to take it all in. Oh, and wear comfortable shoes – that’s key!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the rest of your week and are planning a trip soon. Bye for now.