Things to do in Mexico City

Things to do in Mexico City.

It is very simple to fall in love with Mexico City and people usually refer to this places as ‘CDMX’ which stands for Ciudad de México and in short form the American calls it the CDMX, furthermore, this colossus has everything! For me at least it is the so desirable and irresistible for not to see those areas. It needs to be at the top of your top bucket list because of everything about it—the people, the street cuisine, the graffiti, the musical performances, and the spectacular architecture.

I believe personally there is no way to explain Mexico City, moreover, there is also no chance we can feel it without visiting that marvelous place. To begin with, Spanish colonial map and landscapes coexist with Art Deco palaces (which are fascinating by the way), addition to this, drinks, cocktail bars and family-owned dinners are located next to each other. While visiting more somber areas I really liked Santa Maria La Ribera and I get the chance to see & feel the local life through the markets and plazas, subsequently, I ought to tell you that, “Condesa and Roma Norte are home to trendy stores, cafes, and clubs”. As a opera lover I had to take part in a performance at the historic Palacio de Bellas Artes and watched a lady’s stunning music art, I do not have an elaboration about how to tell you amazing people about it, you just have to hear it by your ears.

If you are a party freak like then look no further you can spend the day as I have spend the day at the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco, and art and design enthusiasts can visit Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul. As apparent to this, the CMDX’s specialty is ‘Tacos De Suadero’ (I mean who does not love tacos and tortious right?).

I will utter some marvelous places where I gazed upon numerous things and roamed around quite for some time. I must include these places names for you:

1. Museo Nacional de Antropología.

Museo Nacional de Antropología - touradvice

This museum of anthropology is amazing. It’s Mexico City’s biggest and for me it is the busiest museum by far and It’s a wonderful way to learn more about Mexico’s rich history and the place is family-friendly. Well. I learned a lot from this place by roaming it.


2. Palacio de Bellas Artes.

Palacio de Bellas Artes - touradvice

This white-domed national theater, aka the Palace of Fine Arts, is a major cultural center for Mexico City. Moreover, it was built in the 19th century and the landscape is astonishing. Be sure to check their calendar before you go on your trip and hope you can attend an event here. They host theater, art, dance, music, opera, literature, and fine arts events!

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3. Zocalo.

Zocalo - touradvice

This is like the time square in central Mexico City, which has been a gathering place for Mexicans since ancient times. Today, you can see cool, local acts here and get an authentic feel for the indigenous culture. Well, I loved it and you would too.


4. Avenida Paseo de la Reforma.

Avenida Paseo de la Reforma - touradvice

Don’t miss this beautiful tree-and-statuary-adorned avenue, which runs diagonally across the heart of Mexico City. As I learned from a local Mexican (We became friends) she told it was constructed in the late 1860s to challenge some of the greatest features in Europe, for instance, the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

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5. Bosque de Chapultepec.

Bosque de Chapultepec - touradvice

“The marvelous Chapultepec Forest Park offers the best scenarios of all of Mexico City” – says the indigenous people of the CMDX town. Beware though! You can quite literally get lost in this park as it’s one of the largest parks in the entire Western Hemisphere, taking up 1,695 acres! It has been dubbed “the lungs” of Mexico City because it serves a crucial function as the main ecological space in the city.


6. La Condesa (Colonia Condesa).

La Condesa (Colonia Condesa) - touradvice

I loved this electric neighborhood with its wide variety of restaurant chains, stylish nightlife, and adorable shop retail establishments. It’s regularly referred to as a hipster haven. You might want to check out the fashionable hotel options here when you pay a visit! The majority of the sights are easily accessible due to their location to the city center. You must definitely check it.

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