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MEXICO CITY

Mexico City is one of the most enjoyable destinations. Its historic center, better known as Zocalo, is declared World Heritage by UNESCO and is the heart of a living culture that exudes everything accumulated since the founding of Tenochtitlan. 

Visit its neighborhoods flooded with art nouveau and art deco, enjoy its cuisine and lose yourself in the streets of the city with the most museums in the world.

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MEXICO CITY

Unique. Cosmopolitan. Authentic. Trendy. Unbelievable.

Mexico City owns one of the most authentic and incredible profiles in America. Mestizo by nature, Mexico presents a mixture of tradition and modernity that makes its visitors fall in love. A unique and cosmopolitan city that will surprise you with its impressive cultural offer but also with its outdoor walks and exquisite cuisine.

If you are passionate about history, you can delight yourself visiting its impressive Historic Center, with almost 1,500 interesting buildings. Art and culture also breathe in its museums, which present impressive pre-Hispanic collections.

And if yours is gourmet tourism you will be in the true paradise. The city’s restaurants and street stalls are the best places to explore flavors and aromas that you never imagined could exist. The supply markets will make you go crazy with the colors and shapes of their fresh products.

The outdoor activities of the fabulous Chapultepec Forest, hundreds of shops where you can shop and also large shopping centers complete the offer of activities for the day. But Mexico City also beats at night, and if you are looking for night fun you will have no problem finding it in places like the Zona Rosa, Condesa and Polanco.

Mexico City, capital and heart of the Mexican Republic. Place full of history and legends. Home of the axolotl, serrano sparrow and teporingo. City of supportive people and great gastronomic wealth. Its streets are a sign of a cultural transformation that began from the pre-Hispanic period and continues until today.