Mexico City is the city of Love and Loathe. It has everything you
might expect from the world’s largest metropolitan are and second
largest city with 22 million population.
historic center of Mexico City is “ Plaza de la Constitution”, more
commonly known as “Zocalo”. Plaza was first paved in 1520 by
Crotes and with stones from the ruins of temples and palaces of
Aztecs, one of Tenochtitlan, the site on which Mexico City was built.
was built in the middle of a lake, so many of Mexico City’s older
buildings and churches are sinking into the boggy ground, on which
they were constructed; filling the entire Eastern side of Zocalois
“Palacio Nacional” and formerly used for house of Viceroys of New
This Spanish built city of narrow streets has special atmosphere, at
once relaxed and energetic, remote and cosmopolitan, placed in the
rugged Southern State of the same name. Oaxaca has a large
indigenous population and Indian Markets meld with the City’s Superb
Colonial Architecture. There are
many fascinating places, such as Ruins of Monte Alban, Mitla, Yagal
and Cuilapan and also village markets and craft centers.
first and the most famous of resort cities on Mexico’s Pacific
Coast, was once the new world’s gateway to Orient; but, today it is
fast growing of well over million inhabitants with
high rise hotels, designer shopping places and tri-lingual
restaurants, auto-parts stores, polluted rivers and crowded