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Mexico City

Fantastic International City

Mexico City is one of the largest, most important and vibrant cities in all of North America. Located centrally in Mexico, the city has a population of over 8 million people and features an incredible mix of shopping, sports and history that keeps visitors coming back again and again.

Served by the Mexico City International Airport, it is the busiest in Latin America and welcomes visitors from all over the world on a daily basis. Inside the city, visitors will find there are a number of transport options available including the metro rail system, peseros, and metrobuses.

Cultural Center

What many prospective visitors might not know is that Mexico City is one of the most underrated cultural centers in the world. It has an amazing number of museums, theaters, and art, that showcase the history of the city, country and region.

To see some of the best of Mexico City and learn about it head to the Museo Nacional de Arte, (the National Art Museum), National Museum of Anthropology, Museo Nacional de San Carlos (National Museum of San Carlos), the Museo Soumaya and the Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts).

After a fill of art, many head to some of the traditional markets inside Mexico City. Some of the more popular would be Central de Abasto and the Portal de Mercaderes. Here visitors can try some of the best local food, flavors, and goods of the city.

City of Monuments

Another great way to see Mexico City is through the monuments that are sprinkled through the region. To get a great understanding of the history of Mexico City, visit just a few of the monuments such as Xochimilco, the Floating gardens, has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Some of the other famous landmarks and monuments in this area would also include the National Palace, and the Aztec ruins of Templo Mayor. These are all located in the historic region called the Historic Center of Mexico City, and offers any visitor a great starting off point for a voyage through the region.