From Frida Kahlo’s house to the Templo Mayor, the classic spots of Mexico City are well known and well-visited. But for those who looking for some of the most beloved local spots in Mexico City, check out these places you won’t see in the guidebooks:
A pyramid inside a subway station
This pre-Hispanic structure is a shrine to Ehécatl, the Mexican god of the wind. The pyramid was discovered during the excavation works for the construction of Pino Suárez subway station and remains there to date. You can see this little treasure of ancient Mexico while you are transiting from line one to line two of the subway system.