Plaza Manuel Tolsá
Manuel Tolsá Square
This site was one of the last public works of former President Porfirio Díaz, and since then, it has been part of Mexico City’s first block.
Calle de Tacuba 8, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000, Mexico City.
National Art Museum
Adorned by its sculpture of Charles IV of Spain and surrounded by the National Art Museum and the Postal Palace, this is the perfect start for Tacuba Street.
Designed by Adamo Boari, in addition to hosting the Post Museum, still today, it is one of the main post offices for sending mail to the entire world.
Recognized as part of UNAM's artistic and cultural heritage and the current seat of the Engineering Faculty, this is one of the neoclassical works of Latin America.
Interactive Economy Museum (MIDE)
This interactive museum uses games and activities to show you how the economy works in our lives and in the world.