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The entrance is 34mxn and is free on Wednesday. The museum is having a few interesting elements , especially in the sala 1 and 4. The are a lot of exibitions inside, but not very interesting in my opinion . The building is huge, not so well maintained.
This restored synagogue near the Zocalo is worth the time. It is no longer used by an active congregation according to our guide. Rather, it is part of the Mexico City museums group. The synagogue is a separate building behind a traditional Mexican building that faces the street. Like many Orthodox Ashkenazi sanctuaries of the 19th century, the Bimah is...
"Average building to walk around and take some pictures"
reviewed 28 December 2017 by bryanmantezoni
We did not find anything exciting about this building, displays had some university students walking around and some people sitting on the grass, we snapped some pictures, visited the place and got out of there.
This is a very small, personal museum created by families whose relatives have been "disappeared" - some decades ago, some days before. There are small but powerful exhibits about the role of students and young people in the struggle for justice in Mexico.
While this is a sad and strong memorial, it is a very important part of the Mexican...
"If you love Lebanese as I do, then you have to go there"
reviewed 9 November 2019 by _analuisaperalta66
This restaurant is in the middle of the Centro de la Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico's downtown), we were a large group of family and they were about to close, but VERY kindly stayed opened for us, the restaurant has a great architecture, really high ceilings with wood and very large windows is very big, we decided to try the meze...
Quality of food, portions surpass other famous establishments in the area. Specialty are chiles rellenos, enchiladas, soups, and fantastic desserts. This is the kind of cooking that reminds one of home, but nobody had a mother or grandmother that cooked this well. Considered pricey, but justifiable.
"Much More than Worth A Try - Not For Locals Only"
reviewed 9 January 2020 by Laucsap
You will not see many tourists on this non touristy street, and from a first blush, you may be intimidated to pop in, but you should. Even though I am a Mexico veteran, I had not remembered the Tlayuda, which an octagenerian patron offered my wife (a taste of) as we were deciding what to order; of course, this is...
"Not much personality, but economic & convenient choice"
reviewed 13 November 2019 by Inga_K_K
A generic hotel, but good price, close to the zocolo and a metro station, so a good basis for exploring Mexico City. All the basic needs met - comfortable bed, bottled water provided, hot shower, blow-drier, internet. Unless you are looking for local color or personalized hospitality, the cheap central hotels like this provide good service to a traveller, and...