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 The Monument of Independence

The Mexican capital has an enchanting place on every street. From the majesty of the Zócalo (Central Square), to the mysticism of Teotihuacán, nothing in Mexico City leaves visitors indifferent. Powerful and engaging, the "City of the Palaces" has something for everyone: food, parties, culture, history, sports and fun, everything is part of a unique menu that makes this gigantic city a place to visit a thousand and one times.

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A bike-friendly destination

Besides having been recognized as one of the best Cycle-cities, the city has a tourist bike system that’s ideal for a green tour of the capital.

Archaeological destination

Discover the traces of Tenochtitlán. In the city there are at least 8 archaeological sites for you to discover, including the Templo Mayor, Tlatelolco, Teotihuacan and Acozaco.

Teotihuacan Pyramids

Museum capital

Mexico City has the largest number of museums of any city in the Americas, with 151 officially recognized museums and more than 200 unendorsed museums prove it.

Mexico at night

Go where you want

Transportation won’t be a problem for you on your visit. Mexico City has the largest metro system in Latin America, and has the most taxis of any city in the world.

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La ranchera lives in Plaza Garibaldi

If there’s anything that typifies Mexico, it’s the music. People all over the world have fallen in love with the trumpets, guitarrones, and characteristic mariachi voice. That is why one of the must-do itineraries for your visit has to be a stop at the world-famous Plaza Garibaldi, temple of mariachi, where, with a few good mezcals or tequilas, you can listen to the local mariachi groups playing the most beautiful songs for you.

Get lost in the Bosque de Chapultepec

In the midst of the roiling Mexico City life there is an oasis of peace and nature which is a mandatory stop for all tourists: the Bosque de Chapultepec, a green space that enjoys the distinction of being one of the largest urban parks in the world, twice the size of Central Park in New York. In this park you’ll find historical sites such as Chapultepec Castle, cultural sites such as the Museum of Modern Art, sporting facilities and the beautiful Chapultepec Zoo. Put on a pair of comfy shoes and get ready to walk and discover all of the secrets of the park.

Monumento a los Niños Heroes in Mexico City

Replenish your energy in Teotihuacán

The name of this magical place means “the place where men become gods”, and there you will connect with the energy of this World Heritage Site, and you can learn a lot about the history of the pre-Columbian indigenous cultures that inhabited the area. In this unmissable stop you can tour incredible places such as the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent, el Quetzalpapálotl, the Pyramid of the Moon, and the Pyramid of the Sun, where you can stop at the summit and extend your arms to the sky so, according to local popular belief, your energy will be renewed.

Navigate Xochimilco

On your trip to Mexico City you can’t miss the “Venice of Latin America”. Your trip to Mexico won’t be complete until you climb aboard a trajinera and tour the canal routes, while listening to the mariachis singing the best rancheras and have a snack with cold water, tequila, or mezcal. You have to keep a sharp eye not to miss the details of the tour, see the chinampas, which are artificial islands, delight your senses with the murals of flowers and trees that adorn the route, and be astonished at the impressive island of dolls.

Floating Gardens of Xochimilco

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A dish

Tacos

How can you help but lose control and eat ‘til you burst when you’re in the land of tacos? On every corner of Mexico City you’ll find a wide selection of taquerías for you to enjoy: hanger steak, beef head, bottom round roast, tongue, beefsteak, the list of options is endless, so during your visit you can try a little of each. Of course, keep in mind that chilangos love spicy food, so you’d better watch out for the salsas, even if they tell you they aren’t that spicy. Of course, spicy or not, this delicacy will fill you with pleasure.

A place

Mercado de Coyoacán

In this historic neighborhood, where you can visit the Frida Kahlo museum, you will also find one of the city’s gastronomic treasures: the Mercado de Coyoacán. When you’re in this plaza, which is smaller than others in the city, it will suffice to lift your eyes to the roof to discover your destiny. There, a billboard announces “Get your authentic Coyoacán tostadas here”. Prepare yourself to feast on this dish, consisting of toasted tortillas with every kind of ingredient on top, and which are also very cheap. It is a place to visit several times, and you’ll see why.

A cook

Enrique Olvera

Chilango to the marrow. Olvera is not only one of the best chefs in Mexico City and the entire country, but also worldwide. With numerous recognitions and awards, this chef has become one of the most important ambassadors of Mexican cuisine and, though he has more than 5 restaurants, the mandatory stop for lovers of good food is Pujol, an establishment that has been on the list of the top 5 restaurants on the continent several times.

A recipe

Quesadillas de carne

Quesadilla, sincronizada, or dobladilla, it doesn’t matter what you call it, what is certain is that you will love this recipe when you try it in Mexico City. That’s why we’ll teach you to one of its many versions:

    Ingredients

  • 8 flour tortillas 
  • 10.5 ounces of pork or veal, diced
  •  5 ounces of sweet corn
  •  1 ripe tomato 
  • 1 large onion
  •  1 green pepper 
  • 1 red pepper
  • Grated yellow cheese 
  • Salt 
  • Pepper 
  • Olive oil
  • Jalapeños (optional)

    Directions:

  1. Clean the veins and seeds from the peppers, and dice them finely. 
  2. Dice the onion and tomato. Salt them in the pan with olive oil and the peppers. 
  3. Add the meat, and salt and pepper everything. When the meat is cooked, add the corn. 
  4. Heat one side of the tortilla in a frying pan, and fill the other with the meat mixture. 
  5. Cover the filling with lots of shredded yellow cheese and, if you want, the jalapeños.
  6. Heat another tortilla and cover. 
  7. Enjoy!

An event

Feria de la Torta

Call it virtue or obsession, but chilangos have the ability to make a torta (sandwich) out of almost everything they like, and a good part of them are sure to captivate you. So to indulge in these delicacies, ranging from the classic ham and cheese torta to the curious tamale sandwich, don’t forget the Feria de la Torta, which takes place towards the end of July, on the esplanade of the Venustiano Carranza district.

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Airport

Benito Juárez International Airport

Language

Spanish

Currency

Mexican peso

Average temperature

60.6ºF