Travel Guide to Mexico City, Mexico

Travel Guide to Mexico City, Mexico – Visit for more information in Mexico City, Mexico.

Mexico city, the capital city of Mexico, is one of the largest and most populated cities in the world and is divided into 16 delegaciones. An estimate of about 20 million people live in the region of the greater Mexico city metropolitan area.

In terms of racial, sexual, political, cultural and wealth diversity, you will find all kinds of people in Mexico city. It is one of the most liberal cities in Latin America and it was one of the first cities to legalize same-sex marriages.


The nightlife of the city is very exciting with an enormous selection of pubs, clubs, restaurants, bars and cafes to choose from. The busiest time to visit these places will be around the 30th/ 31st or 14th/15th of every month as this is the dates that salaries are paid. If these dates coincides with weekends, you might have to wait to get into the places.

What to see / do

Chapultepec Park
Central Mexico City
Metropolitan Cathedral
Angel de la Independencia
Basílica de Guadalupe
Ciudad Universitaria
Torre Mayor
Mariachi Band
National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City
Anahuacalli Museum
Chapultepec’s Castle


Dia de los Reyes Magos (Epiphany)
Dia de la Candelaria (Candlemass Day)
Guelaguetza Dance Festival
The Carnaval
Di de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe
Fiesta del Virgen del Carmen
Semana Santa
General Info

Mexico City is the wealthiest of all of Latin American cities. Tourism sectors are rapidly growing and play an important role in the economy of Mexico.


The city is divided into two seasons, a dry season from November to April and a rainy season from May to October. October to January have temperatures of around 0°C and March to May experience mid-day highs of about 32°C.

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