Mexico City, Mexico
Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital
The ruins of the Templo Mayor
The Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral was built by the Spaniards over the ruins of the main Aztec temple
French-styled Porfirian houses in Colonia Roma, whose architectural legacy remains in several central neighborhoods of the city such as Condesa, Zona Rosa, Downtown Mexico City and San Miguel Chapultepec
Food of Mexico City
Mexico is known for its lip-smacking food all over the world. A large section of Mexican food revolves around masa (fine corn flour dough) and a huge variety of fillings ranging from vegetables, cactus and cheese to eggs, pork, sea food and chicken. Although there are plenty of restaurants and cafes around the city, unending food stalls along the streets of Mexico City offer everything you'd desire about Mexican food- Tortillas, Tamales, Tacos (the variant Tacos al pastor is a must try), Chilaquiles, Elote, Tlacoyos, Burritos, Carnitas, and oh! What not?
Food for Indians in Mexico City
Ample of Indian restaurants stand upright to welcome the guests longing for Indian cuisine in the capital of Mexico. Tandoor, Daawat Mexico, Bukhara and Taj Mahal are some of the top-rated restaurants offering Indian food. There are several food joints in the city which cater vegetarian and/or vegan dishes, including Forever- Polanco, La Santa Gula, India Town (pure veg) and Al Natural.
Places To Visit In Mexico City