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This is one of the attractions in the main centre of Mexico City. When you enter the building you either enter through the restaurant or thru the book shop. Go up to the second floor where you can see a huge mural by a famous...More
This is a historical palace from the 16th century. The building is covered with blue tiles from Puebla. The inside is just amazing with beautiful Mexican tiles and nice decor.
Food at the restaurant is very good and cheap.
The food, what one would expect at a sanborn's because, it IS a Sanborn's. And one seldom goes to Sanborn;s to dine, usually just to grab a meal. Though the hoistroy of this place is what makes it special.
The first house to the chain of restaurants “Sanborns” this beautiful historic house tell the story of a son who got challenged by his father to transform himself.
Besides being a delicious restaurant, it is a museum that houses paintings of famous artist, and an...More
Casa de los Azulejos is a building that stands out covered in tiles imported from China which is more impressive as it was erected during the 16th century. The interior is also impressive with a mural at the staircase. It’s just a restaurant operating inside...More
A Sanborns (Mexican chain) that features their restaurant and a departmental store. No reservations needed. The menu is standard for a Sanborns (some Mexican items plus international: pasta, sandwiches, etc.). It’s interesting that in these stores you can have a nice meal and buy something...More
The house on three sides is covered in blue tiles a sign of wealth. The tiles are from Puebla. There is what comparable to a diner, think Woolworth at one entrance. The food is cheap and they have drink specials, a department store, and after...More
Its impossible not to spot this eponymous building from 1700s with its striking three sides completely covered in blue and white tiles from Puebla- the Talavera capital. I first spied this structure from atop a topless bus going through the central city .. just outside...More
The beating heart of the city lies within Centro Histórico, the vast expanse of historical buildings and monuments that are a must when exploring Mexico City. Places such as the Museo Biblioteca Palacio Postal, Casa de los Azulejos and Palacio de Bellas Artes are the perfect eye candy for anyone seeking to admire arts and architecture. Don't forget to visit the wide variety of markets and plazas where any
vintage item, handicrafts and jewelry characteristic of each state in Mexico can be found on Sundays. Admire majestic views of the city from the Monumento a la Revolución and Torre Latinoamericana, and round out the experience with restaurants of all cuisines nearby.