Mexico City is the ultimate travel destination

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Photo: david-carballar-FZU-vIW-lk8-unsplash)

Mexico’s sprawling capital has so many places to explore that it can be overwhelming to decide where to stay; choosing the right home base is key. Here are some of the top neighborhoods and hotels to look at when deciding where to stay in Mexico City.

Mexico City, the sprawling city and Mexico’s magnetic capital, is a place that every traveler must visit on a trip to Mexico. The bustling metropolis has something for everyone, from historical attractions to a vibrant food scene to exciting cultural and nightlife venues.

Modern Mexico City was built on the ruins of the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, but you can still find traces of ancient Aztec culture if you know where to look.

For centuries, the Spanish conquistadors used Mexico City as an administrative seat, helping to build the stately city with gorgeous colonial architecture that visitors get to enjoy today.

With independence came the modernization of the city, inspired by Parisian architecture of the 19th century, and spectacular growth. Millions of Mexicans moved from the countryside to the capital, helping to contribute to the vibrant arts, culture, and food scene of the city.

Today, you can explore the traces of famous artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, see centuries of architectural wonders without leaving the city, or just eat tacos until you can’t move.

The Mexico City Post