Dominating the zócalo is the largest and oldest cathedral in Latin America, erected soon after the Conquest. Built with various architectural styles—Spanish Rennaisance and French neo-classicism, for instance—this immense cathedral houses five aisles with ornate altars and the 13-ton Santa Maria de Guadalupe bell.
How to get there
By metro: Zócalo
All year round - Daily 07:00-19:00