Mexico City is one of the world’s most important centers of archeology and urban architecture, with more than 30 different archeological and historic sites.
The city’s historic center is a UNESCO world heritage site, featuring well-preserved Pre- Colombian archeological sites and historic colonial era buildings.
The city is home of beautiful churches, authentic colonial neighborhoods and one of the largest and most beautiful urban parks in the world. Foreign Policy magazine ranked Mexico City as one of the world’s top 10 cultural destinations.
Even as Mexico City has become a modern cosmopolitan city, it continues investing in its past. More than 83,000 sq. meters of the city’s historic center were renovated in 2009. As one of the largest and most unique examples of colonial architecture in the world, the city is working to improve transportation flows in the historic center, create pedestrian walkways, and support renovations in many of the magnificent buildings and public spaces located throughout the historic city center.