Trip Planner: Mexico City / Torre Latino
Gain extensive views of Mexico City during a trip up Torre Latino. Built in 1956 and reaching a height of 188 m (597 ft), the skyscraper was the largest building in the capital until 1984, and represents a landmark in engineering as the first major skyscraper to be successfully built on regularly active seismic land. Take the elevator up to the 44th floor to snap panoramic shots of the capital from the observation deck, and make sure to pay a visit to the onsite museum. There you'll learn about the techniques and technology used to help the skyscraper withstand the 1985 Mexico City earthquake without sustaining any damage. Plan your visit to Torre Latino and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Mexico City online itinerary planner.
Tours to Torre Latino
Likely to sell out BOOK WITH VIATOR Highlights & Hidden Gems With Locals: Best of Mexico City Private Tour
Tours from $63 ›
Likely to sell out BOOK WITH VIATOR Private FOOD TOUR of Mexico With Locals: The 10 Tastings Included
Tours from $96 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Mexico City at Night Tour with Optional Torre Latino Access
Tours from $22 ›
Torre Latino reviews
This is the tallest building in Mexico City; when it was built in 1956 it was the tallest in Latin America and the 6th tallest in the world. For 180 pesos, you can go to the mirador (lookout) on...
This is the tallest building in Mexico City; when it was built in 1956 it was the tallest in Latin America and the 6th tallest in the world. For 180 pesos, you can go to the mirador (lookout) on... more »
Be aware, if you are only going to restaurant no need to pay for tickets. Sadly no one explains that to me when I paid $720 pesos. Same great view from restaurant
Be aware, if you are only going to restaurant no need to pay for tickets. Sadly no one explains that to me when I paid $720 pesos. Same great view from restaurant more »
Highly recommend! The views are amazing. The staff is very friendly and helpful if you ask for information or anything, they even told us to visit other floors when we thought it was just the top floor. They have food on the patio which is very tasty and you can still enjoy the views.
A landmark place to visit.. had an entry fee of $160.. but definitely worth visiting.. can get into a restaurant as well and can fine dine with your loved one.. can get a 360° view of the city.. amazing pictures can be clicked.. if restaurant then can enter directly.. or else need to get a ticket to see from open top.. there are binoculars which are pretty useless. But can see distant places from it..
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