Torre Latinoamericana

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Torre Latinoamericana: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mexico City: Torre Latino Observation Deck

1. Mexico City: Torre Latino Observation Deck

Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Mexico City with this attraction ticket. On the main deck of the Mirador Torre Latino, see the Mexican capital in a different light. Learn more about the city and tower's history with included admission to the Museo de la Ciudad y de la Torre. Take a tour to the top of this 182-meter skyscraper covered with glass and aluminum, with a terrace on its 44th floor. Go in the morning and watch the sun rise, or go up in the afternoon to watch the sun set over one of Earth's largest cities. After the dizzy heights of the tower lookout, enjoy access to the Museo de la Ciudad y de la Torre on the 38th floor. Learn about the history of the site of the tower, a symbol of Mexico City in popular culture. See how the monuments of Mexico City have changed over time.

Mexico City: Latin American Tower and Bicentennial Museum

2. Mexico City: Latin American Tower and Bicentennial Museum

Enjoy amazing views at the Latin American Tower with 360-degree panoramic views of Mexico City on the 44th floor, get access to the City Museum, and the Bicentennial Museum.  Marvel at the 182-meter skyscraper covered with glass and aluminum that was the tallest building in the city until 1972. Take in the impressive view of the city's skyline from the majestic terrace on its 44th floor.  Stop at the Museum of the City and the Tower on the 38th floor to find out more about the history of the site where the tower was built, how it is a symbol of the city, and learn about other monuments in the city.  Head to the Bicentennial Museum on the 36th floor and pass through more than 200 years of history which exhibits different political, social, and cultural aspects of Mexico. Enjoy little-known facts and unpublished documents. 

Mexico City: City at Night Walking tour

3. Mexico City: City at Night Walking tour

Explore the sights in Mexico city on this nighttime walking tour. Head through the historical old town to view landmarks as they are lit for the night like the Casa de los Azulejos, a Franciscan and the Zócalo hotel. Meet your guide at the Fine Arts Palace which is considered the most important cultural venue in Mexico City. Stroll to the Palacio de Correos to see the Neoclassical architecture of this post office. Go down to the Madero pedestrian street through the historical center. Learn about the historical center of city as you listen to stories and hear facinating information about buildings like the Casa de los Azulejos or the old Franciscan convent. Look up at the neocolonial style of the Zócalo hotel. Continue on past the official residence for the President of Mexico at the National Palace. Walk by the UNESCO World Heritage Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral and view the Templo Mayor ruins that were once the main temple of the Mexica people. Finish your tour at the Torre Latinoamericana, a 44-floor skyscraper inspired by the Empire State of New York, which has a viewpoint on the top floor. Select a tour with tickets to this viewpoint, or the option without tickets to this viewpoint.

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What people are saying about Torre Latinoamericana

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 18 reviews

We met on the back of Belle Artes, and our guide was very friendly and kind. We walked down a very busy street towards the national palace. My friend and I paid extra to go to the top of a 40 story toward, which allowed for great views of the city. I will say that if I were to book again, I wouldn’t select Saturday evening - the historic center was packed with people, and it was hard to hear the guide over the crowd. Also, you have to queue to access the observation deck of the tower - all in, we probably waited around 30 minutes before accessing the deck.

It is worth it, however I paid more here than I would've if I had bought the tickets over there. Also, regardless of buying through here, you still have to stay in the same line as everybody else to get your ticket validated and get your bracelet, so I

You can arrive at any time, advance reservation is not necessary and there is no guide in the museum

Es una experiencia bonita, ver la ciudad de tan alto y sentir el viento. Lo recomiendo.