Even within its constant movement and bustle, a mystical air can be breathed.
As the most important urban center in the country, Mexico City is registered as the capital of the territory. It is the most demographically dense area due to its vibrant character and because it is the political, economic, and cultural nucleus of all of Mexico.
Even within its constant movement and bustle, a mystical air can be breathed and it is that in what is now known as Mexico City the remains of an important civilization are hidden. Some of its vestiges can be seen when visiting the Templo Mayor Archaeological Zone, a few steps from the Metropolitan Cathedral and within the Historic Center.
Thousands of tourists come to the state with the intention of knowing everything that Mexico City has to offer, but it is not risky to say that doing it in its entirety requires a great amount of time. Luckily, the place has a variety of hotels for all tastes to make your stay as pleasant as possible. In addition, moving from north to south is something that can be easily achieved by different means of transport: from metrobus, buses (here called trucks) or the light rail can help us connect our origin and destination.
One of the advantages of Mexico City is the warm climate that maintains most of the year, with cool nights and sunny days that allow you to enjoy walks through its museums, monuments, parks, and squares.
Mexico City art is overflowing in abundance, and the cultural interest in all kinds of art is reflected in the many museums from the city. The interest and importance vary logically, so in no way can we miss the visit to the Anthropological Museum, an immense selection of unique pieces about pre-Columbian cultures, where we will learn about the history, culture, and architecture of the Aztec, Mayan, Toltec and Otomí peoples and many more.
The Anthropological Museum is located in the Chapultepec Forest, a gigantic 850-hectare lung and museum park where we also find the National Museum of History within the Chapultepec Castle; the Museo del Caracol that functions as a didactic introductory space to the history of Mexico; the Museum of Modern Art and the Rufino Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art, with exceptional works by the Oaxacan painter and other illustrious such as Chirico, Picasso or Warhol.
When it comes to history, nothing is more unmissable than visiting the Coyoacán neighborhood, a place where Frida Kahlo grew up, and why not? know his house too, now historical heritage.
For a walk a little further from the big city, a visit to Xochimilco is ideal. You can explore its channels aboard a colorful trajinera while listening to the history of the place.
Mexico City It is a vast state with a very varied offer, from museums, theaters, cultural centers, galleries and it has all kinds of training for all ages and to keep us busy every day of the week.