Palacio Postal, Mexico City

4.6
Observe the historic early 20th-century postal building Palacio Postal, known for its unusual architecture that incorporates a host of styles. Step inside and soak in the grandeur of stunning marble staircases and floors, with ornate pillars and ceilings. Still functioning, the post office is a good place from which to send a postcard back home, or purchase some stamps as a memento. To visit Palacio Postal on your trip to Mexico City, use our Mexico City trip itinerary tool .
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  • Beautiful Palace built in time of the colony, since 1901 acquired its character of postal service. The beautiful Facade, is an example of the work of indigenous artisans and the interior captivates to those who contemplate it
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  • The Museum As such I could not visit, as I commented the Lord of security that is only open from Monday to Friday and it takes about 1 hour to visit. However, you can come in to see the building every day. It's beautiful!
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  • If you are a stamp collector the windows only have about 3-4 different stamps to sell. Mailed a couple letters from here Registered. Dispatched fairly quickly.
  • Any easy stop en route to Palacio de Bellas Artes or Parque Alameda. Beautiful inside and out.
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