The Torre Latino was the first and tallest skyscraper in Latinamerica with a hight of 182m. It is worth to go to the top (100 MXP per adult and 70 MXP for kids). The view over Mexico City is great on a clear day.
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This was a site that a taxi driver told us about.So having walked a short distance from the beautiful Alamara Park we paid 100 pesos each(@ exch.rate of 23 to the pound about £4.31 each.We queued for just a few minutes. We used 2 lifts...More
Beautiful and unique view of the historic center, Bellas Artes and the Alameda Central. You can also watch distant places as Reforma, Polanco, Santa Fe and Mexico City Airport. Outstanding that a 61 year old tower has resisted several powerful quakes.
I enjoyed my visit of the tower. I was told it was always very crowded so I got there around 10 am and expected to have to line up a bit but I was able to go straight up to the observatory. The views are...More
However the tower is pretty old and nothing compared to Burj Khalifa, 101 Taipei, or Petronas in Malaysia. The view is extensive but the smog covers do much that even the airport was hard to see. Most disappointing was that neither museum on the lower...More
About $6 but worth the view. If you go in the day, you can return at night for free. You get a huge perspective of how large the city really is.
My uber driver suggested this place and I'm glad he did. I came here because there is a long line up to go in Palacio de las bellas arter. The view is very nice. You can see how massive the city is. It costs 100...More
I went last year with my friend to Mexico City and visited the tower. It is a skyscraper located on the corner that form the streets of Madero. We took some really good pictures from the top, don't be afraid of heights!
The view is said to be amazing from the top of the tower, and it is! A view of 360º to have a look at Mexico City and beyond, if the weather allows it. A nice day , with clouds was well enough to be...More
We went on a Friday late afternoon and with a clear weather and had splendid views of the city. So its a must visit if one wants to have an idea of the vastness of the city. Nice souvenir shop inside for interested buyers plus...More