Mexico City

Ciudad de México was founded in 1521 on top of the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire. The capital of Mexico is a gigantic city, its history from the pre-Hispanic and colonial eras to modern times best revealed during a walk through the city streets. The city's main sights include the Zócalo main square, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace with frescoes by the painter Diego Riviera and the remains of an Aztec temple, to name a few. A perfect way to round off the day is to listen to some mariachi singing and sample some fine local cuisine.

Weather averages in January

  • Day 22°C
  • Night 5°C
  • Rain 0

Ciudad de México was founded in 1521 on top of the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire. The capital of Mexico is a gigantic city, its history from the pre-Hispanic and colonial eras to modern times best revealed during a walk through the city streets. The city's main sights include the Zócalo main square, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace with frescoes by the painter Diego Riviera and the remains of an Aztec temple, to name a few. A perfect way to round off the day is to listen to some mariachi singing and sample some fine local cuisine.

Weather averages in January

  • Day 22°C
  • Night 5°C
  • Rain 0

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Mexico City Benito Juárez

Benito Juárez International Airport serves Mexico City, the capital and largest city of Mexico, and is the busiest airport in Latin America in terms of passenger numbers. From Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, you can travel to the city centre by metro, bus and taxi, however, for passengers with lots of luggage a taxi is the best bet.

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