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Mexico City Attractions

This bustling national capital has so much to experience. Whether you’re seeking fun things to do in Mexico City or you’re looking to brush up on the local history, it’s easy to fall in love with this place. With countless tourist attractions you'll want to map out your itinerary now. 

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Things to Do in Mexico City with Kids

Few things beat hanging out as a family. Mexico City boasts an exciting selection of family friendly experiences that the entire gang will enjoy:

Free things to do in Mexico City

Sightseeing on a shoestring budget in Mexico City? Spend time, not money, on terrific experiences.

Museo de las Constituciones - Take the entire family and enjoy a journey of discovery through history with one another.

Antiguo Palacio del Ayuntamiento - If you're fascinated by history, this is one attraction you can't miss.

Plaza de la Constitucion - Stay a while in this lively destination and experience life as a local resident.

Mercado de Artesanías La Cuidadela - Pay a visit and discover the significance of this place to the locals.

Sagrario Metropolitano - Throw some spirituality into your getaway by paying a visit to this religious sanctuary.

Explore the Neighborhoods of Mexico City


Visit the most diverse section of Mexico City for sophisticated shopping, dining, accommodations and sightseeing.


Downtown Mexico City

Discover the historic central plaza, scenic park and lovely architecture of this busy central district.



One of the most popular Mexico City neighborhoods is this quiet colonial space southwest of the historical center.



Interesting museums, cozy cafés and important monuments are just a few top things to explore in Cuauhtemoc. A visit to Alameda Central or Monument to the Revolution might round out your trip, and you can jump aboard the metro at Juarez Station or Balderas Station to get around town.


La Condesa

Enjoy 20th-century history in these two sections of Mexico City, with interesting art and architecture reflecting European influences.

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Santa Fe

Mexico City’s urban redevelopment jewel is this shining neighborhood on the southwest side that was once considered a dump.


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