The tour guide was arranged through my hotel. The site was great. I loved the architecture, culture and people. The history is fascinating.
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It was a great place to just observe and wake around but it is crowded all the time! We walked around Zocalo and then went down Francesco Madeira street. It was interesting to observe people selling all kinds of wares. Other than that, there's nothing...More
Whilst I am sure the square is a sight to behold, unfortunately when I visited it was covered in barriers as it's currently undergoing major refurbishment, similar to Paseo de Reforma. Such a shame as you can imagine how impressive it would be otherwise. Would...More
As we approach September which is the "Mes Patrio" or patriotic month because we celebrate Independence Day on September 16th the buildings are decorated for the ocation. It's a beautiful big space with a lot of beautiful historic buildings. You can find a lot of...More
This is a must-see huge square or plaza area. The main cathedral is on the plaza, and the area is teeming with people and life. BUT the area is under renovation, and the renovation closed down major portions of the plaza making the remaining sidewalks...More
Suggest waiting until the restoration is complete. It was dusty and we couldn't enter the square. We did visit the cathedral and a couple of stores. We were early so most stores weren't open.
The architecture is pretty cool overall but the area is not as maintained as I would've hoped. Generally speaking it's relatively dirty and not well maintained... but the history is undeniable and I recommend seeing it at least once.