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Mexico City Vacations

Flights to Mexico City will not be offered during the 2021-2022 winter season.

 

Mexico City Travel Guide

  • A city of contrasts

    The cultural heart of Mexico, Mexico City rivals any capital in the Americas.

    Imbued with a new, electric energy, it embraces its paradoxes, unveiling surprises around every bend, in every neighbourhood each more different than the next.

    Lively and bold, Mexico City is proud of its magnificent colonial architecture, internationally renowned museums and booming gastronomy that defies all stereotypes.

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  • Culture

    Mexico City lives up to its title of cultural epicentre. Just think of its artsy classics like Palacio de Bellas Artes, the ultra-modern Museo Soumaya and the Instagrammable Casa Luis Barragán. And, of course, Mexico City is all about architecture. Soak up the splendour of the iconic Chapultepec Castle, Zócalo square and Basilica of Our Lady of Guadelupe.

  • Nightlife

    Much more than just a taco destination, Mexico City hosts more than 40,000 restaurants, from Michelin-starred eateries to small family-run churro joints. In the mood to party? Hit the clubs at Zona Rosa or follow the trumpets to Plaza Garibaldi for traditional mariachi music. For cocktails with the cool crowds, head to the Roma district. For an elegant evening, dine at the restaurants in the art deco La Condesa neighbourhood, in the shadow of Parque México.

  • Nature

    The city is punctuated with green oases. Explore Chapultepec Forest, twice as big as Central Park; the floating gardens of Xochimilco, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site; or Alameda Central and its fuchsia jacarandas.

  • Excursions

    Mexico City is the perfect launch pad for excursions to pueblos mágicos, charming towns that embody Mexico’s rich heritage. Travel back in time at San Miguel de Allende and its Gothic cathedrals, San Juan Teotihuacán and its Aztec pyramids, Peña de Bernal and its sacred monolith, Tequisquiapan and its vineyards, Cholula and its vibrant facades, or, closer to the capital, the district of Coyoacán and its Frida Kahlo Museum.

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Good to know

 

You can complete the Tourist Card (Official Entry Immigration Form) online before departure. Be sure to enter your name as it appears on your passport and to follow the instructions.