Xochimilco, Mexico City // (c) 2012 Alejandro (coloboxp) / Flickr.com
Xochimilco, Mexico City // (c) 2012 Alejandro (coloboxp) / Flickr.com

Mexico City is home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Can you name them all?

Xochimilco, Mexico City // (c) 2012 Alejandro (coloboxp) / Flickr.com
Xochimilco, Mexico City // (c) 2012 Alejandro (coloboxp) / Flickr.com

Mexico City is home to four UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the city’s Historic Center, Xochimilco Floating Gardens, the Luis Barragan House and the Central University City Campus of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

Mexico’s capital, one of the largest cities in the world, welcomes more than 12.5 million visitors every year, and is also home to more than 150 museums and galleries, charming neighborhoods, colorful street markets and bazaars, celebrated culinary venues, a wide-range of hotels & spas, a lively night scene and state-of-the-art meeting real levitra online venues.

Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Claudia Ruiz Massieu recently announced the launch of the campaign “Live it to Believe it”, which was developed to position Mexico City as an international tourism destination, and represents the first time the federal government has created a dedicated campaign to promote the nation’s capital as a tourist destination.

More than $15 million has been earmarked for cable television, billboards, magazines and digital media, and the campaign will focus on key markets throughout the United States and Canada.

During the same announcement, Mexico City Tourism Minister, Miguel Torruco Marquis added that the local government’s comprehensive international tourism positioning plan, will also include public relations, familiarization trips and strategic alliances.