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Published : Jun, 2023

When to visit | Sites and attractions | Low budget | Local transport | Any price accom
Zocalo | Chapultepec Park | Day of the Dead | Frida Kahlo | Art Museum | Castillo de Chapultepec | Templo Mayor | Zona Rosa | Museo Nacional de Antropología | Megalibrary | Basilica de Guadalupe | Soumaya Museum | Lucha Libre |
Mexico City is a sprawling, chaotic, messy city in the best way possible. Here you’ll find world-class museums, monumental churches, grand plazas, historic buildings, lush parks, and one of the best food scenes in the world. It’s no surprise that travelers fall in love with all aspects of this dynamic city.

Founded in the early 14th century by the Aztecs, Mexico City is one of the oldest capital cities in the Americas. Today, it is one of the most fascinating cultural destinations in the world, with eclectic art galleries, animated food markets, bustling nightlife, and grandiose historic buildings on tree-lined streets.

I was late to visit Mexico City, but once I spent time here I fell in love. The museum, parks, and food scene make this a world-class city in my view. It’s also super affordable and has a growing expat/digital nomad scene so it’s easy to visit long-term and make connections.

This travel guide to Mexico City can help you make the most out of your trip, save money, help you stay safe, and ensure you have an amazing visit!

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites and attractions | Any food | Bars and pubs | Cultural Activities | Nature and wildlife
Mercado de San Juan | Handshake Speakeasy | Hanky Panky | Rosetta | Quintonil | Pujol | Plaza Carso | Teotihuacan | Mercado de Coyoacán | Polanco | Soumaya Museum | Chapultepec Park | Hot Air Balloon
Mexico City is an absolute treasure trove for travelers seeking an unforgettable experience. It’s the fifth largest city in the world with a magnetic charm that captures the hearts of visitors from around the globe. Get ready to enjoy its breathtaking parks, world-class museums, and a culinary scene with multiple restaurants that are recognized as some of the bests in the world.

In recent years, Mexico City’s international tourism scene has gone through a remarkable transformation, especially with everything that went down during the pandemic. You won’t believe the influx of digital nomads and adventurous wanderers from the United States and beyond. While many countries closed their doors, Mexico said, “Hey, come on in!” This open-minded approach not only put Mexico City on the map but also skyrocketed its popularity among travel enthusiasts since 2020.

Let me take you on a journey beyond the usual tourist hotspots. Together, let’s explore some hidden gems and savor delightful gastronomic experiences that will make your trip to Mexico City truly unforgettable. Get ready for my handpicked list of activities and culinary delights, giving you a fresh and vibrant perspective on this extraordinary city. Let’s dive in!