Take a tour of magnificient Mexico City, including the Teotihuacan ancient ruins, the Palacio de Ballas Artes and more.
Mexico's skyline sits nestled in a valley surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Palacio de Bellas Artes, an extravagant, neoclassical structure, is Mexico City's main operahouse.
The statues at the base of the Column of Independence in Mexico City symbolize law, war, justice and peace.
Tourists stroll down the Avenue of the Dead to explore the Teotihuacan ancient ruins outside of Mexico City.
Get a bird's-eye view of the Teotihuacan ruins from the Pyramid of the Moon.
Tourists can rent boats filled with food and musicians on the Xochimilco canals in Mexico.
A local artisan polishes bronze and silver vases and urns to sell.
The Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City is the largest and oldest cathedral in the Americas.