What to do in Mexico City
Two of the most visited are the Anthropology Museum or the Wax Museum. If you are interested in Mexico’s history, this is a must see!
2. Ride on trajinera in Xochimilco
There are several piers from which you can enjoy a ride on a trajinera through the Xochimilco canals. The Nativitas, Zacapa and Las Flores Nativitas are considered the most traditional and have extensive facilities: parking, craft markets and restaurants.
It also highlights the beautiful aesthetic that represents the construction that houses the Manantiales Restaurant and the proximity of the Nativitas Forest and the Flower and Plant Market of Madreselva . The Fernando Celada, Cuemanco and Puente de Urrutia piers allow you to travel through the channels that make up the Protected Natural Area, in a quiet environment and in full contact with nature. Here you can see migratory and endemic birds of Xochimilco; as well as other attractions of great ecological importance.
Considered the second most popular sport in Mexico, preceded by football, or the third behind the box; Wrestling is a show full of drama that deserves to be seen live.
In Mexico City there are two arenas that offer this show full of lights, hostesses but also a lot of sport and theatricality: Mexico and Colosseum. You can buy your tickets in Ticketmaster.com.mxor a 4 hour tour on Tuesdays or Fridays: Turiluchas(firstname.lastname@example.org).
4. Centro Histórico
If you want to explore the oldest and most charming neighborhood of the capital, make sure you cover this top 10 of things to do in the CDMX Historic Center: