Mexico City Travel Guide


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    The topographic point of Mexico City is situated at the 2400m of the sea level and the area is populated with millions of inhabitants, making the city one of the densest city in the world. Multicultural large corporations have headquarters existed, booming the economy straight to its very progressiv...

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Hotels in Mexico City (252 Hotels) See All Mexico City Hotels

  • Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.

    Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F. is one of the best, finest places to lodge in Mexico City. Perfectly situated nearby Paseo de la Reforma, Cozumel Best Dive and BiciBusDF ...

  • Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico

    Spotted in Mexico City, Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico is opportunely situated alongside Uriarte Talavera, KidZania Santa Fe and House of Tiles (Casa de los ...

  • Hilton Mexico City Reforma

    Hilton Mexico City Reforma is among the top, finest places to remain in Mexico City. Beautifully placed near La Ciudadela, Pinacoteca Virreinal de San Diego and Museo de ...

  • JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

    Seen in Mexico City, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City is a finest hotel opportunely positioned in close proximity to Away Spa, Sobre Ruedas Segway Tours and Auditorio Nacion...

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  • Murales De Diego Rivera En La Secretaria De Educacion Publica

    Murales De Diego Riv...

    Republica de Argenti...

    Attractions, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Palacio De Bellas Artes

    Palacio De Bellas Ar...

    Av. Juárez Esq. Eje ...

    The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is the most important cultural center in Mexico Ci...

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  • Edificio De Correos

    Edificio De Correos

    Calle Tacuba 1 y Eje...

    Attractions, Historical Sites, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Arts and Culture
  • Chapultepec Castle

    Chapultepec Castle

    Primera Seccion del ...

    Chapultepec Castle is located on top of Chapultepec Hill. The name Chapultepec stems from the Náhua...

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About Mexico City

The topographic point of Mexico City is situated at the 2400m of the sea level and the area is populated with millions of inhabitants, making the city one of the densest city in the world. Multicultural large corporations have headquarters existed, booming the economy straight to its very progressive state. As one of the alpha global cities, it becomes the financial centers in America where thousands of business investors have taken their venture, establishing all their companies in their distinctive industries. The green nature surrounding the city in the form of lakes is well protected by the government to provide the best home for the different varieties of floras and faunas. The Tezozomoc Park is one of the most well preserved areas. The interconnected freshwater lakes are just a few of the wonderful and refreshing views you could witness that lies within the heart of the city. Because of so many companies that have built their factories and other establishments, the city is promoting the greener community to save the city from the threats of pollution. Travelling to Mexico is best possible in almost every route choice available. You can go there by plane, by bus, by taxi, and by trains. It is accessible in almost all gates of entry, which blasted more its trading industry. Because the major attractions have been scattered and distributed in almost all different corners of the city, the best way you could make the most of your Mexico Trip is to specify where you would like to go. Public transportations are available to take you where your destinations at. You can also rent private shuttles if you are in a group of friends and you would like to enjoy a day tour and visit several parks, plazas, museums, and historical landmarks existing. What tourists like most about being in the middle of the city is that they can afford to get lost. They do not worry so much because a minibus is available anytime to take you to the metro station where you could get the directories you need to get home and locate the hotels you have reserved. Getting lost would make you discover more of what the city can offer. In the downtown area lie the huge historical buildings that have been existed since the 12th century. The reconstruction has preserved the remains of the past, although some have been enhanced to increase the tourism rates. Aside from the modernized view of those executive hotels and other huge establishments that have been built in the new generations, the city was long ago known to be the “City of Palaces.” These architectural designed buildings still exist and some become museums. Art galleries are also highlighted as displays on those areas where tourists usually go because these are the prides of the Mexican people. In addition, the landmarks like the Plaza de la Constitución are world renowned to become the largest squares in the world. If you want to see the greatest treasure of the Mexican people, it would be the La Catedral where the altar is built in solid gold. There is no need to question the affluent resources and the abundant beautiful views that Mexico City has.

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