Come see some of the best sights the south of Mexico City has to offer. Start with a sightseeing tour of the south of the city by riding along Insurgentes Avenue, admiring the various monuments and important buildings it has to offer. Your first stop will be the Cibeles Fountain, an exact replica of the one located in Madrid, given to Mexico by Spain.
Next will be the Polyfoum Siqueiros, a cultural center dedicated to the manifestation of art, named after renowned painter David Alfaro Siqueiros. This beautiful building, located next to the World Trade Center, is covered with twelve panels, each depicting traits of humanity in the most stunning way.
Continue the tour to the outside of the largest campus in Latin America, UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma De México), it is better known as University City and was a declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. Here, you’ll admire the mural in the university's central library by Juan O ´Gorman and Diego Rivera’s mural in the Olympic Stadium.
After you'll visit another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Xochimilco, named after a Nahuatl word meaning "field of flowers". This is the last shinning of what was the great Anahuac Valley. Here, you’ll ride “trajineras”, beautifully adorned canoes filled with flowers and painted in vibrant colors, these are used through Xochimilco’s canals as means of transportation and are the basis of its touristic attraction. Hear beautiful folkloric music along your ride through this historic setting.