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The striking Mexico City is nestled amongst the mountains in the Anáhuac Valley and lies in proximity to the mighty Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes. This historical Aztec city has carefully preserved the relics of its past in its monuments like the Metropolitan Cathedral, Xochimilco and the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Mexico City is one of the biggest as well densely populated cities in the world. In spite of being huge in size, visitors can visit most attractions on foot, as they are closely located from each other in Mexico City’s historic city centre.

The rich flora and fauna of the city is the result of its pleasant sub-tropical climatic conditions. The animals found here are mostly indigenous and are rare to find.

Beaches

Au Pied De Cochon

Au Pied De Cochon

The Tecolutla is a seaside town situated in the vicinity of the Mexico City, and the Tecolutla beach happens to be the closest beach from...

Acapulco Beach (Acapulco de Juárez)

The Acapulco Beach is the largest beach in Mexico and can be considered as one of the closest beach to the Mexico City. The city of...

Parks & Wildlife

Alameda Central

This is the oldest and largest attraction of the city. Now a park, originally it was used as an Aztec marketplace and execution site during...

Los Dinamos

The Los Dinamos National Park is located in the heart of the Mexico City. It is one of the very few parks in the city and is a great place...

Sightseeing

Metropolitan Cathedral

This is the oldest and largest Roman Catholic cathedral in Latin America. The construction of this cathedral started in the 16th century...

Arena Mexico

Arena Mexico is famous for Lucha libre, a Mexican form of professional wrestling, endorsed by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL)...

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