Once you get used to the big city, you can start your adventure by getting to know its streets. I would recommend you to have breakfast at Cafe Tacuba. this restaurant was established in the 19th century and throughout the years has been a favorite spot for politicians and artists. Its delicious food and colonial style decoration will take you back to the years when Mexico was a Spaniard colony.
Then you can walk to east until you reach the Zocalo. During your walk in Historical Downtown Mexico you will see enormous buildings that reflect the European presence in this land. El Zocalo is a square that was the heart of the Aztec empire, and today the heart of a nation. What you’ll find there is unpredictable: protesters, dancers, book fairs, concerts, exhibitions, etc. You have a lot to do at this place. You can visit La Catedral, El Palacio de Gobierno, the aztec ruins and museums.
If you get tired of walking then take the Turibus. This bus will take you to different places that tourists and locals love. The bus stop is right on Zocalo, and it’ll take you to Reforma, Condesa, Chapultepec, Centro Historico, Polanco and other must-see neighborhoods.