It occupies one-tenth of the Basin of Mexico in central-south, which among others includes the Valley of Mexico where the original core and most of the city, in a territory that was part of the lake basin of Lake Texcoco. Being the wealthiest and most populated city in the country, the area falls within the Federal District comprises little more than eight million people in 2010,  and ranks second as a state, just behind the State of Mexico, which shares much of the metropolitan area.
TouristHotlugares Aztec Calendar Stone of theSun-Museum of AnthropologyAv Paseo de la Reforma and Gandhi road s / n Col. Chapultepec Polanco.La Piedra del Sol is a monolithicalbumcommonlyreferred Calendar Azteca.FuebasaltfoundonSeptember 17, 1790 nexttothe Plaza Mayor
Torre LatinoEje Central Lázaro Cárdenas No. 2 esq. Francisco I. Madero, Colonia Centro, Delegación CuauhtémocBuiltbetweenFebruary 1949 and early 1956, the Torre Latino wasthefirstskyscraper in Mexico. Located in theHistoric Center of Mexico City
Ajusco Tops National Park This beautiful park is located southwest of Mexico City and is a wooded mountain with an approximate area of 900 hectares. In "The Ajusco" as it is commonly referred to this place, you can practice many outdoor activities
Museo del Templo MayorSeminar No. 8, behind the Cathedral, DowntownThe ruins of the Templo Mayor are the place where stood the great temple of the Aztecs, the ancient capital of Tenochtitlan. Much of its structure,
San Carlos NationalMuseum Built between 1798 and 1805, the projection of the building is attributed to Tolsá Manuel Valencia, director of sculpture at the old Academy of San Carlos. Hosted the Tabacalera Mexicana from 1899, subsequently the National Lottery and the National Preparatory School No. 4, among others
Plaza Santo Domingo is characterized in its frame can admire two buildings of exceptional beauty.One is the Old Palace of the Inquisition, which today is home to the well-known Museum of Medicine, with a permanent exhibition relating to this subject. The other is the Church of Santo Domingo during the colonial era was in close relationship with the Inquisition