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You’ll respect Mexico City’s 15-year Green Plan, but you’ll love its history, spirituality, food, and beauty.

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Plan Your Mexico City Trip

As the beating heart of Mexico’s cultural universe, Mexico City is a vast and dynamic metropolis, with an epic art scene, unbeatable street food, and sophisticated, boutique hotels. Explore traditional cantinas, savor exciting cuisine, and cruise the historic canals of Xochimilco. Immerse yourself in the rich history, art, and flavors of Mexico City while resting easy in the comfort of a luxury hotel.

Why is Mexico City so Cool?

Every corner of the city’s meandering streets reveals something new to discover. The grandeur of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a cultural hub showcasing exquisite murals by Diego Rivera and other Mexican artists, or wander through the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and marvel at the facades of colonial buildings lining the bustling streets. Explore the remnants of the Aztec capital at Templo Mayor and delve into the city’s indigenous roots at the National Museum of Anthropology.

Best things to do in Mexico City

Take a food tour through vibrant markets like Mercado de San Juan or Mercado Roma, sampling tacos al pastor, tamales, and exotic fruits. Explore the artistic enclave of Coyoacán, home to Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul and the bohemian atmosphere of Plaza Hidalgo.

Ascend the towering Torre Latinoamericana for panoramic views of the sprawling metropolis or take a leisurely boat ride through the serene canals of Xochimilco, adorned with colorful trajineras and floating gardens. Experience the energy of Plaza Garibaldi, where mariachis serenade visitors with traditional Mexican music, or witness the vibrant street art scene of neighborhoods like Roma and Condesa.

Must-See Attractions in Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes: The stunning architecture and captivating murals inside this cultural palace are a testament to Mexico’s rich artistic heritage.

Frida Kahlo Museum (Casa Azul): Delve into the life and work of iconic artist Frida Kahlo at her former home, filled with personal artifacts and artworks.

Chapultepec Park: Escape the urban hustle and bustle in this green oasis, home to museums, botanical gardens, and the Chapultepec Castle.

Xochimilco: Navigate the tranquil canals of Xochimilco aboard a colorful trajinera, surrounded by lush vegetation and floating gardens.

Mercado de La Merced: Mexico’s largest traditional market, brimming with fresh produce, spices, and local delicacies.

Best Neighborhoods to Stay in

El Zócalo Plaza (or the Plaza de la Constitución): The largest plaza in Latin America, which is flanked by the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace—Centro Histórico plays host to a ream of artifacts from Mexico’s eventful past. It also offers an array of fine dining spots, cocktail bars, and art galleries.

Condesa: Often compared to New York’s SoHo, Condesa is seen as one of Mexico City’s trendier areas. Characterized by timeworn colonial architecture, cosmo-cool drinking spots, and green parks dotted with natty young Mexicans and internationals, the crowd’s relationship with the area is symbiotic and forever changing: vibrant, fresh, and capturing the city’s transition.

Polanco: the Polanco skyline became dominated by luxury apartments, high-end shopping malls, government offices, and museums, while being interspersed with lush green spots, such as the Chapultepec Park and Parque Lincoln. Today, Polanco is characterized by a variety of indulgences, from culinary to cultural and everything in between.

Why stay in a Boutique Hotel in Mexico City?

Habita, nestled in the heart of Mexico City, offers a sleek and modern retreat amidst the bustling urban landscape, boasting contemporary design and luxurious amenities. With its rooftop pool providing panoramic views of the city skyline and its innovative dining options showcasing the flavors of Mexico, Habita promises a stylish and unforgettable stay in the vibrant capital.

Downtown Mexico offers guests a unique immersion into the city’s rich heritage, with 17-rooms blending elements of the colonial with local, indigenous culture. The Design Hotels venue features beautifully restored interiors, a rooftop terrace overlooking iconic landmarks, and a restaurant highlighting the best of Mexican and international dishes. Relax at the pool or enjoy drink from the bar.

Círculo Mexicano hotel presents a chic and intimate escape. Guests are welcomed into thoughtfully curated spaces adorned with contemporary Mexican artwork and furnishings. The hotel’s rooftop terrace offers stunning views of the city skyline, perfect for sunset cocktails or morning yoga sessions. The hotel hosts regular cultural events and workshops, providing guests with opportunities to engage with local artists and artisans.

Condesa DF, in the trendy Condesa neighborhood, is a mix of contemporary luxury and bohemian charm. With its striking architecture, courtyard garden, and stylish rooftop bar, the hotel provides a tranquil oasis amidst the city. Find eclectic boutiques, luxury hotels, galleries, and dining options just steps away from the hotel’s doorstep.

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