Just across from the Olympic stadium this part of the UNAM campus is best known for the library. Amazing spot and huge
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We had to go for a mental arithmetic contest for my son. So we spent come time walking around the campus as well. There are some nice museums within the campus. We enjoyed our time at one of the largest universities in the world.
This huge campus really boasts only one amazing building, so don't plan to spend too much time here, otherwise. The muraled building is photogenic, and then it's time to move on.
Being on exchange here has been great, yet quite exhausting considering the size of the University City and the distances between things. It's a lovely place to visit for a day, they have tours for the murals and on bikes too. Plus, the Cultural zone...More
A little off the beaten track in Mexico City but easily reachable by metro is the vast area of the university. Lots of lots of rather boring buildings of the different faculties are not really worth a visit even though guidebooks tell differently, but the...More
very pretty to see but only if you have some extra time, there are much more special places to see in mexico city.
This library is truly a work of art. All four sides are covered completely in mosaic small tiles. Hundreds of sections tell stories. It took many many years to create. Each person was given a drawing of a one meter section to put together. That.s...More
we booked Tesoros Mexicanos Tours and we toured Xochimilco, Coyoacan, Frida Kahlo's museum and University building and all for only &38.00 Dollars. the museum entrance fee was covered by them and of course in Xochimilco you pay for your food and believe me this tour...More
Only saw it from the outside but I was very impressed with the Murals on the wall that their differing messages and significance.
I walked a fair distance through San Angel to see another of my '1,001 buildings you must see before you die' - the University Library, The complex is pleasant enough, particularly at weekends, but it's the library which is centre stage. Its incredible exterior is...More