City is the capital of Mexico and also the most populous and condensed city in the entire country. Here is where you will find the cultural, governmental and economic centers of Mexico, which make it a city with a significant amount of international business and tourism travel.
Public transportation consists of a METRO train, buses and trolleys. Less reliable private buses can also be found around the city.
Mexico City has three main hotel districts. Polanco has high end hotels, Zona Rosa features mid-range hotels and Centro Historico has hostels and budget hotels.
Zona Rosa and Polanco districts both have a wide range of entertainment options. For authentic Mexican food, check out Aguila y Sol in the Polanco district.
Aguila y Sol
Av Moliere 42, Mexico City
A must see celebration in Mexico City is the Day of the Dead. This is actually one of the more lively festivals around and fun for the whole family, with music, parties and treats for the kids.
This popular tourist attraction is also known as Mexican Free Wrestling. See grown men act out aggressive wrestlers while wearing colorful outfits in the ring.
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