Murals abound in Mexio City, many of them painted by masters of the medium such as Diego Rivera. If you’d like to see the best of the best, make sure you visit these marvels on your next visit to Mexico City.
On Sundays, the Paseo de la Reforma is closed to automobile traffic, so it’s a wonderful time to take a stroll or rent a bike for a leisurely exploration of Reforma’s many monuments and public sculptures.
Around the 13th century, the Xochimilcas cultivated manmade islands, building a network of floating gardens to help support a continual harvest. Today, these remaining gardens are a popular destination in the south of Mexico City.