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Driving Tips
Mexico City is not really a driver ...
The Metro in Mexico City is one of the ...
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There are three primary ways to find ...
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Buses present the most convenient form ...
Convenient, easily available, and ...
City in a Day
Mexico City is a gem for archaeologists, historians, and architecture students. Other than that, it ...
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
Date : 2 November
A festival that sure sounds spooky but forms an important part of the ...
San .gel Flower Festival
date :16-26 July
San Angel Flower Festival has roots deep in tradition. It began in the ...
Festival de Mexico
Usually held in mid-March every year, this is a music and arts festival that promises a pleasant ...
When to go
Alive with activity all year round, Mexico City offers visitors a perfect vacation getaway with so ...



Mexico Today
Mexico City is ranked as one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with an overall population of over 18 million residents. It is divided into 16 major boroughs, which are further categorized into various neighborhoods to ease administration.

The Mexico City of today reserves the rich cultural and archaeological heritage that it has gained over the last few centuries, while battling against the problems faced by all developing, populous third-world capitals, including uncontrolled growth, economic constraints, various forms of pollution, and a consequent above average

Mexico back then
Mexico City has its roots buried in ancient tradition  the history of the city is put together from myths and heroic epics alike. From the founding of the legendary island city of Tenochtitlan in 1325 and the reign of powerful leaders like Montezuma, to the savage plundering of the Aztec empire by the Spanish colonialists in 1521, the civil uprising in 1810,? and the establishment of Mexico City as the capital of the Mexican Republic in 1823, and finally the subsequent invasion by the American army in 1847, the history of Mexico City has been fantastically dramatic. It was the resistance to t

Embassy Suites Hotel
Address:  Paseo de la Reforma No. 69, Col. Tabacalera,
06030 México D.F., México
Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec
Address: Mariano Escobedo 756 Colonia Anzures Distrito Federal
Mexico City 11590 Mexico
JW Marriot Hotel
Address:  Andres Bello 29 Mexico City, 11560 Mexico
Phone: +52555999000
Melia Mexico Reforma
Address: Paseo de la Reforma,
1 Mexico City, MEXICO 06030
Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel and Towers
Address:Paseo de la Reforma 325 Col. Cuauhtemoc " Mexico City,
Federal District 06500 &
Best Western Majestic
Address:  Avenida Madero 73 Col. Centro
Mexico City 06000 Mexico

Antara Polanco
Ejercito Nacional s/n, Col. Polanco, Mexico City
55/5280-2954 <
Av. Insurgentes Sur 1310, Col. Guadalupe Inn, Mexico City
Venustiano Carranz
Anillo Periferico Sur 4690, col. Ampliacion Pedregal de San Angel, Mexico City
Plaza Moliere
Av Moliere 22 between Calles Horacio and Homero, Col. Polanco, Mexico City
Santa Fe Shopping Mall
Salida a Toluca, Santa Fe, Mexico City
(505) 473-4253
Bazar del Centro
Isabel la Católica 30, just below Calle Madero, Col. Centro, Mexico City

Festival de Mexico en el Centro Historic
The largest of all cultural festivals taking place in Mexico. A largely open-air festival featuring
Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Festival of the Virgin)
Date: 11-12 December
Dedicated pilgrims from all around the globe come to pay their respects t
Festival de Mexico
Usually held in mid-March every year, this is a music and arts festival that promises a pleasant cha
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
Date : 2 November
A festival that sure sounds spooky but forms an important part of the spirit
International Contemporary Art Fair Mexico City
Got a fine taste for art? Or a taste for the fine arts? This art exhibition is a sure delight for an
Independencia (Independence Day)
Date : 15, 16 September
The Independence Day celebrations in Mexico City are a sight to behold

Bellinghausen (Continental/Mexican)
Londres 95, Zona Rosa, Mexico City
Specia (Polish)
Amsterdam 241, at Michoacán, Col. Condesa, Mexico City
El Yug (Vegetarian menu only)
Puebla 326-6, Col. Roma, Mexico City
Cheong Ki Wa (Korean)
Amberes 41, Zona Rosa, Mexico City

Bistro Charlotte (Contemporary)
Lope de Vega 341-A, Col. Polanco, Mexico City
La Valentina (Mexican)
Av. Presidente Masarik 393, Col. Polanco, Mexico City

Fast Facts
Location: Mexico City, Mexico Dialing code: +52-1-55 Emergency numbers
Police: 060 and 080
Fire: +52 5768-8261
Ambulance: +52 5557-5757 (Red Cross)
Tourist Information Helpdesk: 01 (800) 903-9200 (from anywhere in Mexico); +52 5525-9380 (Mexico City)
Car Breakdown Service: +52 5250 8221
Highway Patrol: +52 5684-2142
Telephone Directory Services: 040
Airport Enquiry: +52 5571- 3600
Railway Enquiry: +52 5547 7920

Population: 106,682,500
Languages: Spanish, and 62 Indigenous Amerindian languages
Time zone: UTC -8 to -6
Average January temperatures: High 68-71˚F; Low 43-46 ˚F
Average July temperatures: High 72-75˚F; Low 51-54˚F
Annual rainfall: 625 mm
Electricity: Same as the US

What to do with Children in Tow
1.Chapultepec Park:
Address:Paseo de la Reforma, Centro Historico, Mexico City
Phone:+ 52 555230 2121
The largest ...
Health and Safety
Lets just say, Mexico City is not the safest place in the world for a tourist  it is not even the safest place for a local. But common ...

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