The heart of a history-filled culture.
Mexico City is one of the most amazing destinations on the planet and the number one in the country. Its historic center, also known as El Zócalo and the birthplace of the Aztec empire, is renowned for hosting The Cathedral and the Latin American Tower, as well as the San Juan and Artesanías market, where you can find gastronomic and cultural samples from all over the country. In this and other parts of town, you can appreciate the diverse national cuisine by exploring the traditional taquerías, the street food stalls, and several internationally-known restaurants, and even some awarded with the famed Michelin Star.
The visitors of Mexico City may discover the richness of the local infrastructure by passing through the Chapultepec Castle in the middle of the city, the modern neighborhoods of La Roma and Condesa, ideal to learn about the local nightlife, as well as the bohemian zones of Coyoacán, the famous home of Frida Kahlo, and Xochimilco, with its iconic canals and trajineras. There are also many pyramids and archeological sites in the surrounding areas that are worth exploring. In general, is one of the most important cultural capitals of the continent, being the only one that has 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as the one that has the largest number of museums in the world, including jewels such as the Anthropology Museum, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Soumaya and Jumex Museums, among others.