Mexico City hosts a variety of buzzing locations including museums, restaurants, parks, and endless shops. To learn how Mexico evolved over time, visit the National Museum of Anthropology but keep in mind that most tourists say one day isn’t enough. If you’d prefer to spend pesos, shop El Bazaar Sabado—the Saturday market—for colorful, high-quality, one-of-a-kind creations, such as embroidered tops or wall hangings.

    Once you’ve worked up an appetite, hit Restaurante El Cardenal for locally sourced meals, such as the pork mole poblano. Walk it off later at Chapultepec, the largest city park in the Western hemisphere.

    Where & what to eat in Mexico City

    • A Food Guide to Mexico City Neighbourhoods

      Mexico City has increasingly proved itself as a fantastic food hub. Whether you’re looking for a soulful street food stand selling delicious tacos or a world-renowned restaurant serving eclectic Mexican dishes, the city will surely please culinary travellers. The neighbourhoods across this sprawling city are littered with countless outlets, so you won’t have any trouble sourcing local food. During...

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    • Mexico City Travel Essentials

      Our Mexico City Travel Essentials lays out the essential information you need to help planning your trip to the capital city of Mexico. No matter how frequently you travel, some questions will always need answers: What’s the weather like? How can I get from the airport to my hotel? What currency and type of plug do I need? We have...

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