Mexico City Trip Planner

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Mexico City Trip Planner


Mexico City trip planner is a series of itineraries to create a digital agenda for your trip to the oldest Aztec capital with rich history and culture. The most densely populated city in the country Mexico City is Mexico’s financial and business center. The city is also a reflection of the country’s rich history and culture. It has 16 districts with about nine million residents.

The city was founded in 1325. Surely, had a different name back then. Tenochtitlan is what locals called their city. They built and furnished the entire place over centuries leaving behind rich historic heritage. Your holiday photo range will reflect the beautiful landscape and the jaw-dropping structures. The striking city architecture reflects the values and ideologies Mexican people still hold on to. Everything from the cathedrals to palaces and concoct the true image of what their past. your Itinerary has to include the most significant ones of these. Besides,  whether you are into history or entertainment this city offers it all. if you have a dream to become a world class traveler, Mexico City has to be on your top destinations' list.

When planning a trip remember - the number of places you could visit once you get there is unbelievable. The Frida Kahlo Museum is among the most popular ones among the tourist destinations. The galleries, the museums, and the parks are only a small portion of attraction you could visit. spice up your vacation finding a number of things to do in the beautiful parks of the city. The Mexican greenery is jaw-dropping.

If you only think of European castles when asked; try the Chapultepec Castle. The most exquisite location in the entire continent. Moreover, take a walk down Paseo de la Reforma from there to get to the National Palace. Both are extraordinary tourist destinations; places not a single soul can walk past indifferently. Next, comes the Chapultepec Park that houses quite a few museums, opera houses, theaters, and galleries. And all of these surrounded by a lovely floral aura. Do not forget to take a stroll in the world’s largest city square to complete your tour.

One way or another we got your back. Your tour to Mexico City and the memories you capture will make you want to go back. A city as superb and delicate as Mexico City will win your heart over before you know it. Mexico City Trip Planner is your best choice to sort it all out in no time.

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National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia)

Founded in early 19th century the Nation Museum of Anthropology (Also called Museo NAcional de Antropologia) is the greatest place to explore a wide variety of materials of archeological importance. A piece of impressive architectural replica the museum contains 23 rooms as well as exhibits in open air.

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Admire masterpieces of great artists and get tickets to ballets and operas once you plan a trip down the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City. This institution is a home to a wide variety of art that have the history backing their status.

Chapultepec Castle

Once a home to the real sovereigns on the continent Chapultepec Castle today is the home to the National Museum of Cultures. The Castle walls signal history and culture in both sectors of the castle. You have to see the place to understand its authenticity and cultural status.

Frida Kahlo Museum

Frida Kahlo was born and raised in the same Blue House that is now the Frida Kahlo Museum located in Mexico City. The museum houses a number of Frida’s personal belongings and pieces of her art.

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Ibis Mexico Alameda

Ibis Mexico Alameda features rooms with free WiFi in Mexico City, well located a 6-minute walk from La Ciudadela Market and 600 metres from The Museum of Fine Arts. Boasting a bar, the hotel is close to several noted attractions, around 900 metres from San Juan Market, an 18-minute walk from Zocalo...

Hotel Riazor Aeropuerto

The Riazor Hotel is a different, special place, that successfully combines a luxurious and welcoming ambiance where you will find all the comfort you deserve. Free 24-hour airport shuttle is available. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV, private bathroom with hair dryer and air conditioning. All rooms...

Hotel Marlowe

Located in the heart of downtown Mexico City, this hotel has the perfect location with local shopping and public transportation only a short walk away. Hotel Marlowe features a relaxing atmosphere, as well as a friendly and helpful staff. Enjoy 24-hour reception and convenient laundry service. Guests...

Hotel Astor

Hotel Astor is located just 350 metres from Reforma Avenue, and offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Its spacious minimalist-style rooms feature LCD cable TV. Each air-conditioned room at the Hotel Astor is decorated in stylish neutral tones. All rooms have a private bathroom with a shower. The...

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