Mexico is a great mosaic that combines beautiful natural settings, cities with pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern heritage, a wide variety of exquisite delicacies that delight palates, and fascinating traditions that captivate the visitor.

From the beach to the mountains, from the desert to the jungle, from the archaeological zone to the vibrant cities, from sweet to spicy flavors, from relaxing to the happy of its parties, Mexico has everything that tourists are looking for, which is well received by the warmth of its people. Mexico has 32 states to fall in love with.



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Mexico City is known as the Cultural Capital of America, it is one of the richest and most fascinating destinations in the world, not only because it is one of the three main cities with the largest number of museums, but because it also combines a historical legacy, full of flavor thanks to its varied gastronomic offer, recognized by lovers of local, traditional and great international fusion food.

The City that has it all, is the epicenter of the most important cultural, sports and artistic festivals in Latin America. Those who choose Mexico City as their travel destination will enjoy cultural roots full of magic, customs and great traditions in a city that contrasts a metropolis with green spaces full of life.

Guide to Public Transportation

The best way to get around Mexico City is via Uber or a taxi. The metro is another option. Not only is it fairly clean and quick, but you can ride for approximately $0.25. Plus, most popular tourist attractions are easily accessible by train. Several different types of buses motor through the main square (el Zócalo) and its busiest streets – they are also an affordable option.

Taxis are slightly more expensive, but they are a hassle-free means of getting to the city center from the Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX), which is about 6 miles east of the Centro Histórico. Uber is a safe and more affordable way to navigate the city. Driving yourself is not a great idea – either to and from the airport or around town.

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