The Torre Latinoamericana (English: Latin American Tower) is a skyscraper in downtown Mexico City, situated in the historic city center. Its central location, height (166 m (545 ft)), and history make it one of the city's most important landmarks. It is widely recognized internationally as an engineering and architectural landmark since it was the world's first major skyscraper successfully built on highly active seismic zone. The skyscraper notably withstood the 8.1 magnitude 1985 Mexico City earthquake without damage, whereas several other structures in the downtown area were damaged.
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Syd R | Feb 24, 2018
Once upon a time, this was the tallest building in this City. Not anymore... But it's still the best areal view of the city's gems... when pollution allows the view, of course! Enjoy watching the tops of the palaces and buildings around. A great place to orient yourself in this city center if you forgot Google Maps.
Jim Baird | Dec 24, 2017
Overlook of the central Mexico City with spectacular views. Indoor viewing and if you either wait (long) for an elevator or hoof it up several narrow flights of stairs you emerge onto an outdoor top floor platform to view the city. Other than small tightly packed elevators it is a fun and pleasant experience. It is a very popular spot, so plan to queue up for a while, and everything is a bit worn. Good time nonetheless.
Spoiled Girl | Jan 23, 2018
My gad! You have to go there while your are at Mexico City. Not to pricey to go. They have a snack area to buy food and souvenir. The views are stunning! Just make sure the sky is clear! Love it! Little claustrophobic using the elevator, the fact is a very tall building😓😧. Staff members are super friendly. Some of them speak English
Dipanjan Chakrabarti | Dec 16, 2017
A landmark in the city center, this tower offers nice views on all sides from the top floors. It’s not a giant compared to what we have in US but it definitely is the tallest in Latin America, if I am not wrong. There is an elevator till some floor and the next couple of floors need to be cloned on stairs. There is a small snack bar and a gift shop. There are options for both indoor and outdoor viewing areas, you will get very good views of the Palace of Arts from the top.
Henrique Leme Orsi | Mar 2, 2018
You pay virtually nothing to go up. 44 floors and an open space at the top. Great view from most of the city. To who likes skylines, it worth it.
LC | Apr 14, 2018
Amazing observation deck. 4 floors of view for a very low price, it's a must do on a sunny day to get a nice view of the city. The top is open air and opens directly up onto the spire. It's also got a museum but most descriptions are in Spanish, very oittel English, but great construction models and pictures.
Javier Gutiérrez Covarrubias | Apr 4, 2018
This master piece of Mexican engineering is worth visiting. It has endured dozens of earthquakes in an unstable soil. It was the first skyscraper to be built successfully on a seismic zone in the world. You can have lunch on the viewing deck while appreciating the immensity of Mexico City. It's a good idea to visit the tower during a windy day, or the rainy season (summer months), since there's virtually no pollution and you can see everything.
kush saraf | Jun 3, 2018
The view from the restaurant is awesome. One should go around evening and when the sky is clean, so one can see the city at day and night. Now about the restaurant. ... for vegetarian... the options are not good... it's just waste of money specially if you are ordering salads. Desert was good.
Jared Livingston | Jun 14, 2018
The views from this tower are amazing! The elevator is fast, and there are some great photo ops up top. Don't bother trying to catch the sunset from up there unless you like be crowded on top of the tower with countless strangers who had the same idea.
Renz Pee | Jun 3, 2018
This is an experience not to be missed. I preferred to go at night. Its 110 pesos (about 5 US) to see 4 levels of viewing. Warning- its pretty windy at the top and there will be lots of waiting in line to get on the elevators but its worth it. Hold your phone close and snap some pics
Manuel Alejandro Huerta Colunga | Jun 17, 2018
This is a great place to get a 360° view of Mexico City. The prices are okay, $110 for adults and $70 for children. There's a restaurant and a museum. There's another museum in what it used to be the aquarium. The entrance is $20 for adults and $10! for children. Cash and credit or debit card are accepted. There are also many souvenirs available. There are 5 floors that can be visited by paying the ticket: 37, 38, 42, 43 and 44. I think the best views are on the 37 and 44. On the 38th floor, there's another museum with the story of the city, this one is included with the ticket.
TheRussianTaco | Jul 27, 2018
Excelente lugar, muy interesante y la vista era hermosa, un poco viejo y sucio por niños descuidados pero increible, tambien yo reduciria un poco los precios de entrada pero en general una excelente experiencia. Excelent place, very interesting and the view to Mexico city was incredible, the building was a little bit old or dirty in some points but it was minor stuff, it would be great to see lower entrance prices, still, a place you have to visit when visiting Mexico city.
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