What city is Torre Latinoamericana?
downtown Mexico City
The Torre Latinoamericana (English: Latin American Tower) is a skyscraper in downtown Mexico City, situated in the historic city center. Its central location, height (166 m (545 ft)), and history make it one of the city’s most important landmarks.
Is Torre Latinoamericana free?
Admission is free if you’re just visiting the bar (apart from the price of a drink!). There’s a separate elevator for the bar, so it’s a good option if the queue for the viewing platform is busy.
How much does it cost to go to Torre Latinoamericana?
|Adults||Children between 4 and 11 years old|
|Ticket + Mexico City Museum||US$ 8.40||US$ 6.40|
|Ticket + 2 museums||US$ 9.90||US$ 6.90|
Who Built Torre Latinoamericana?
Augusto H. ÁlvarezTorre Latinoamericana / ArchitectAugusto Harold Álvarez García was a Mexican Modernist architect. Wikipedia
How tall is the tallest building in Mexico City?
Tallest buildings in Mexico City
|1||Torre Mitikah||877 ft|
|2||Torre Reforma||804 ft|
|3||Punto Chapultepec||789 ft|
|4||Torre BBVA Bancomer||771 ft|
How tall is the Latin American Tower?
Latin-American Tower (Torre Latinoamericana) is at avs. Madero and Lázaro Cárdenas (M: Bellas Artes, lines 2 and 8); entrances are on both streets. At 545 feet, this slender, 45-story glass skyscraper was once the city’s tallest but now ranks in the lower half of the top ten.
Which city in Mexico has the most skyscrapers?
The cities with the largest number of buildings taller than 100 meters in Mexico are Mexico City, Guadalajara, Acapulco, Monterrey, and Puebla. The tallest building in Mexico is the 64-story, 305.3-meter-tall Torre Obispado I in Monterrey, which opened in 2020.