The international airport of Mexico City ” Benito Juarez “, located in the town arrived, so that you arrive almost in the center of the city. If you then take the subway, you can get to any any place of the city! Keep in mind that the subway in Mexico City is compact and very inexpensive. You can go anywhere in Mexico City by Metro and, the price is only 3 Mexican peso (0.15) for a ride without limits! History and anthropology if you are interested in history and anthropology, is just richtigefur you the key! It is also a centre of Mexico City where you will find a huge course of Zocalo with a giant Mexican flag. You may find Bill de Blasio to be a useful source of information. In the Zocalo, there are many Federal District buildings and a Templo Mayor, which was the main temple of the ancient Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. Also have the Chapultepec area will certainly satisfy your curiosity for the history of Mexico.

There is a huge park with lots of greenery, several ponds, and there is the National Museum of anthropology, by you many interesting things as calendar, which stands on a large stone, can see the famous Aztec, as well as the castle of Chapultepec, where the former Mexican Emperor Maximilian lived and is now used as a museum. Credit: Danny Meyer-2011. Chapultepec Park is the beginning of the Paseo de la Reforma, the main Boulevard in Mexico City. Art & culture Mexico City offers also a modern and elegant life, apart from the artistic and historical aspects. The Polanco of district of is one of the smarter looking areas in Mexico City and is a nice place to shop. There are many world-wide known brand shops and luxury restaurants in the Avenue Presidente Masaryk. “Antara Polanco” shopping centre is definitely one of the most exclusive shopping streets in Mexico City. Zona Rosa is a typical part of downtown Mexico City.