Mirador Torre Latino, Mexico City

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Gain extensive views of Mexico City during a trip up Mirador Torre Latino. Built in 1956 and reaching a height of 188 m (597 ft), the skyscraper was the largest building in the capital until 1984, and represents a landmark in engineering as the first major skyscraper to be successfully built on regularly active seismic land. Take the elevator up to the 44th floor to snap panoramic shots of the capital from the observation deck, and make sure to pay a visit to the onsite museum. There you'll learn about the techniques and technology used to help the skyscraper withstand the 1985 Mexico City earthquake without sustaining any damage. Plan your visit to Mirador Torre Latino and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Mexico City online itinerary planner .
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  • September 28, 2017
    About $6 but worth the view. If you go in the day, you can return at night for free. You get a huge perspective of how large the city really is.  more »
  • September 26, 2017
    Being near the Zócalo, the torre Latinoamericana stands out by its Majesty, and of course if you want to give a taste goes to the Tower restaurant is on the 41 floor and from there trying a high quality and very well prepared food you have the CD Mexico literally to your feet, the panoramic view which gives you this place is a dream, is worth every peso that you pay for the food because the view of Cd Mexico is free
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  • September 21, 2017
    Has a fantastic view and with an interesting museum about the construction of the tower and on the 1985 earthquake.
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  • June 29, 2017
    Good for the experience, no a wow factor, view is ok. Due to the smog, you can barely see the mountains. $110.00 pesos per person, you can go up as many times you wish during the day. I will spend my money in the museum across the street better.
  • June 24, 2017
    The Latin tour, is one of the tallest buildings in Mexico City. You can go here in order to take some photos of the amazing view of the city. Recommended!
  • June 24, 2017
    The tower is not very tall (100 m, or 109 yd) but is the tallest in down town, the price for can be in the balcony in the last floor is low (5 american dlls more or less). The view is very nice.
  • June 22, 2017
    I love this place, you can see the all city from here. Next time I'm taking my kids.
  • March 21, 2017
    This skyscraper is amazing not only for surviving the worst earthquake ever to strike cdmx, it also has two museums that show an amazing display of Mexico's history. There's also no other place that gives you the same view from the top of the tower. Dead center in the city!

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