About Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico)
The capital of Mexico is an old city, one of the biggest cities in the world. Mexico City, now the center of business, culture and government for the country, was once the center of the entire Aztec empire. The current Zocalo, or town square, is built on the same spot where Montezuma's palace once stood. Many of the old mansions and public buildings in the area were built hundreds of years ago using the stones from the Aztec temples that were destroyed by the Spaniards. The Zocalo is the second largest public plaza in the world. Monuments, parks, fountains and stunning tree lined avenues are everywhere you are likely to visit within the city. Skyscrapers tower beside splendid examples of colonial architecture, archeological sites share space with modern-day structures, and freeways lead to charming neighborhoods full of colonial buildings and peaceful plazas.
Paseo de la Reforma, the city's main thoroughfare, will give you an immediate idea of why Mexico City has been referred to as the ''Manhattan'' of Latin America. This elegant boulevard is lined with dozens of magnificent monuments including the much-photographed Independence Monument, which has become the unofficial trademark of Mexico City. Sharing the precious space along Paseo de la Reforma are modern high-rise office buildings, embassies, luxury hotels, colonial mansions, more monuments and shaded pedestrian promenades.
The Amadeus México’s Office is located in the Reforma Complex in the heart of Mexico City. The building is considered one of the most modern of Distrito Federal. It is located in a privileged neighborhood in the Pink Area (Zona Rosa) with view to the main avenues of the City. Zona Rosa is home to numerous crafts and antique stores selling unique, one off items. Here you will also find many sidewalk cafes and some of the city's more popular restaurants and clubs.