It is famous for its tourist attractions as the trajineras and sale of plants. Its name comes from the nahuatl and can be translated as in the field of flowers. On December 11, 1987, Xochimilco was declared Cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO.
The mix of buildings modern, architecture colonial and their vestiges archaeological le dan an air of timelessness because in this an of them cities more large of the world, them were is meet, is interspersed and coexist creating a landscape urban beautiful and unusual. CDMX is also the capital of the museums, the arts, the glamour and the Center economic more important of Mexico and Latin America.
Its cultural wealth can be seen in its streets, museums, and neighborhoods. Its location geographical you gives imposing landscapes natural as them volcanoes Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl, and the area of the Ajusco where in time winter is see them mountains snowy. The city offers its visitors a wide range of cultural activities and entertainment worthy of a first-world city, as well as several public transport: Metro, or metropolitan railway; the Metrobus, as well as the Turibus that offers circuits tourist day and night by the Center historic of the city. Something that should be eaten in CDMX are the famous Guajolotas or Tamale cakes, as well as the quesadillas de huitlacoche, the Tlacoyo and other dishes, all of them are accompanied by red and green sauce.
The city is home to sites inscribed on the World Heritage list by UNESCO among them is the historic center, the workshop Luis Barragán House and City University UNAM. City of Mexico has been home to countless artists plastics among them highlight the muralist Diego Rivera and his wife Frida Kahlo.