The Torre Latinoamericana Observation Deck

The Latin American Tower was completed at the beginning of 1956, officially opened on April 30 of the same year, and that is how the company moved to La Torre, on the 4th to 8th floors. The rest of the office space in the tower was offered for rent. At the time of its completion, the Latin American Tower was the tallest building in Latin America. Its public viewpoint, located on the 44th floor, offers people the best view of the city.

It was designed by the Mexican architect Augusto H. Álvarez. It surpassed the Anahuac Tower and the Miguel E Abed Tower in Mexico City and the Altino Arantes skyscraper in Brazil. It was also the tallest building in the city from its construction in 1956 until 1972, when the Hotel de México, now the World Trade Center Tower, was completed. He also obtained the record for the highest skyscraper in the world outside of the United States.

How to arrive?

  • Subway Line 2 (Blue), Statio Bellas Artes


  • Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas 2, Centro, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX

Operational Days:

  • Monday to Sunday form 9:00 to 22:00 hrs

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