Chapultepec Castle, Mexico There’s one castle in continental North America that has housed sovereigns: Mexico’s Chapultepec Castle, which Emperor Maximilian I called home during the short-lived Second Mexican Empire in the 1860s. The castle’s hilltop location in present-day Mexico City was once sacred to the Aztecs (chapultepec is Náhuatl for "at the grasshopper’s hill"); the modern castle’s history dates to the 18th century.
Xochimilco, the Mexican Venice , beautiful canals and amazing great legacy from the Aztec engineers. Love the views and food. I've been going here since I was 4 years old and now is part of my wife and two kids tradition to go there whenever we are in Mexico City. What an amazing and magical place. Love you mexico