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Palacio Postal, Mexico City

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#16 of 719 in Things to do in Mexico City
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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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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  • The building is still functioning as a post office, and one can enter and admire its endless beauty and architectural details. 
    The building is still functioning as a post office, and one can enter and admire its endless beauty and architectural details.  more »
  • This place is cool and only takes 5 minutes to stop in. It has lovely and showy adornments. Check out the exhibit to the left when you walk inside- it has an historical overview of postal services in....  more
    This place is cool and only takes 5 minutes to stop in. It has lovely and showy adornments. Check out the exhibit to the left when you walk inside- it has an historical overview of postal services in....  more »
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  • It is a beautiful building located in the centre. Amazing that it has been a Palace that is now used as a post office. You can enter for free and you will notice the people working behind the bars with all the packages etc. Unfortunately, the entree to the upper floor was not available so we couldn t see much Basically what you see in the photos below. Bust still nice as you walk past the neighbourhood. Try it now and maybe send a postcard to your family
  • Beautiful location, free for visitors but you must sign in. I don’t think there’s a bathroom for the public…I didn’t see one, but I might be wrong.

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