Experience a rich culinary scene and stunning architecture in a fascinating mix of old and new traditions
One of the largest, most populated cities in the world, Mexico's capital is a vibrant and enchanting metropolis that can be overwhelming for first-time visitors. Founded by the aztecs and influenced by both North and South American culture, Mexico City is full of contrasts that perfectly blend tradition with modernity. Interesting people, world-class museums, savory cuisine, stunning picturesque architecture, ancient aztec sites and unique traditions; Mexico City is an engaging place with an abundance of attractions and services for travelers of all types. There’s no way you can see and do all you’ll want to in one visit. But don’t worry, you'll be back.
Best time to go: November - April
Mexico City Highlights
Due to it's complex history, Mexico city cultural life is an astounding mixture of ancient and modern traditions
From street food stands to world renowned restaurants, Mexico City gastronomy is as rich and diverse as the country history
Pre-Hispanic ruins, modernist buildings with distinctly Mexican style, and some of the best contemporary architecture and art galleries are just some of the things you can come across on Mexico City.
Founded by the aztecs and colonized by the Spanish, the city preserves many impressive and beautiful reminders of its rich and complex past.