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Palaces, museums, folklore, and archaeology


Mexico City, the oldest metropolis on the American continent, is perched atop a highland valley at about 2,240 meters (7,392 feet) above sea level. Towering high above the city’s southeast side are two volcanoes: Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl. The nation’s capital has some of the best weather in the world with an average temperature of 22º C (72º F). Mexico City is a cosmopolitan metropolis, where new and old traditions coexist side by side. You can marvel at the historic buildings, visit some of its excellent museums, and go shopping at bazaars and crafts markets in the Coyoacan and San Angel neighborhoods. Or you can go to exclusive boutiques and shopping centers in the posh communities of Santa Fe and Polanco, where you will be surrounded by the comfort of top-notch hotels and restaurants. Mexico City’s Xochimilco Ecological Park, is often called the Venice of Mexico due to its beautiful canals. Flower-painted boats offer tours of the canals and floating gardens.




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ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUMS


Mexico City has more museums than just about any other tourist destination in the world. Many are worth visiting for their architecture as well as their cultural offerings, which include art exhibits and history displays. Mexico City's Historic Center is the oldest part of the capital and it has many architectural treasures that are appreciated in Mexico and throughout the world. As you walk around the downtown area, you will find excellent examples of classical and colonial architecture. To learn more about Mexico City's numerous museums, its historical architecture, and its people please click below.

Mexico City tourism Architecture, Museums, Festivals, Traditions Mexico City is a cosmopolitan metropolis, where new and old traditions coexist side by side. Once known as the City of Palaces, the city has two areas that were declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO: The historic center and the Xochimilco Ecological Park. Mexico City offers a wide variety of m... >>
Mexico City tourism Architecture, Museums, Festivals, Traditions


ARCHAEOLOGY


Historic artifacts and temples, that the Aztecs built to honor their numerous gods, can be found in may parts of Mexico City. Further more, other archaeological sites, like Teotihuacan just
48 km (30 mi) northeast of Mexico City and one of the country’s major tourist attractions, are within easy reach. To learn more about some of the archaeological sites in and around Mexico City, please click below.

Archaeological sites in and around Mexico City Templo Mayor, Tlatelolco, Cuicuilco, Teotihuacan, Cholula In Mexico City you can find archaeological ruins of the Mexica culture (more commonly known as the Aztec culture). At these places, and in their museums, you can learn more about the mysteries of the Aztecs' cosmo-vision and their customs, some of which persist in the capital today. ... >>
Archaeological sites in and around Mexico City Templo Mayor, Tlatelolco, Cuicuilco, Teotihuacan, Cholula


SUGGESTED DAY TOURS


Whether you would like to know more about this interesting city, explore its customs and traditions or visit one of the amazing archaeological sites of the Aztecas not far from Mexico City, our recommended day tours will provide you with the opportunity to do so in style with your private guide. Please click below for more information.

Tours from Mexico City Museums, Folklore, Culture, Archaeology Once known as the City of Palaces, Mexico City has two areas that were declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. The first, the Centro Historico (Historic Center), has beautiful historic and religious buildings, such as the Catedral Metropolitano (Metropolitan Cathedral), one of the most importan... >>
Tours from Mexico City Museums, Folklore, Culture, Archaeology


SELECT ACCOMMODATIONS


We have carefully chosen the most exquisite accommodations that have met our highest standards for comfort and style to assure your stay in Mexico City is an unforgettable one.

Hotel La Casona From $168/night Mexico City, Built at the beginning of the last century, Hotel La Casona is a mansion with elegant facade, a beautiful patio and has been listed by the National Institute of... >>
Hotel La Casona From $168/night Mexico City,

Hotel Habita Mexico City From $165/night City, Hotel Habita is a unique setting in the Polanco district of Mexico City. With its minimalist design, the building itself is the epitome of controlled, refined e... >>
Hotel Habita Mexico City From $165/night City,

Hotel Condesa DF From $190/night Mexico City, This trendy and modern city hotel in located in one of Mexico City’s upscale neighborhoods, filled with tree lined streets and cute cafes and shops, making it a... >>
Hotel Condesa DF From $190/night Mexico City,





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