Torre Latinoamericana

Torre Latinoamericana

As one of the oldest and tallest buildings in town, “La Latino,” as it’s lovingly called by locals, offers awesome views of the city. The tour will take you along six floors filled with activities: from the museum on the 38th floor, to the observation roof on the 44th.

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