Av. Francisco Sosa - Mexicocity
Directions to Av. Francisco Sosa
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Arguably the prettiest street of Mexico City -at least that's what people from the south of the capital would say-, Francisco Sosa Street is full of colorful houses and convents where you can find hundreds of attractions!
Francisco Sosa is a very calmed street that connects the newer part of the south of the city with the ancient town of Coyoacan. At its entrance, you will find the Chapel of Panzacola, which dates back to the 16th century, followed by a bridge built in 1736. You can also visit on this street the house where a part of Mexican Constitution was written in 1917, the "Casa del Sol"; the audio library; Santa Catarina Plaza; the House of Culture Jesus Reyes Heroles; the Italian Institute of Culture; the National Company of Theater and many delicious coffee and ice cream places! You'll certainly enjoy every step on this beautiful street!