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What’s on in Mexico City in November?

Leon International Balloon Festival Credit: FIG
Leon International Balloon Festival Credit: FIG
Mexico City's weather in November
A city immersed in culture, gastronomy, and lively things to do, that’s what you can experience when you are in Mexico City.
In the month of November you will find the temperatures dipping with the average temperatures of 15°C (58°F), and a high of 22°C (72°F) and low of 7°C (45°F). So, if you are planning on a vacation, visit Mexico City and enjoy your time indulging in music, food, and fun activities.

Annual Hot Air Balloon Festival
If you are on an extended vacation, then rent a car to León and drive around 4 hours, or take a flight from Mexico City with a 40 minutes flight time. This will give you an opportunity to enjoy the most renowned Leon International Balloon Festival (18th  - 21st November) which finds more than 400,000 spectators from around the world.

Annual Mariachi Festival
If you are in town on the 20th November 2016, then you can join 26th Annual Mariachi Festival and enjoy some lively music.

Day of the Revolution
This major holiday is marked with festive parties, social events, and is celebrated on the third Monday in November (21st November 2016). This holiday commemorates the end of the revolution in 1910, with the defeat of Dictator José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori who ruled for around 35 years.

Orchestra
Head to Palacio de Bellas Artes and experience the magnificence of this domed palace, and also enjoy the performance of Stratford-upon-Avon based 'Orchestra of the Swan' paying homage to William Shakespeare on 22nd November 2016.
trumpet-orchestra
St Andrews Ball 2016
Enjoy some Scottish food, wine, and whisky, during the 124th Ball of the St Andrews Society in Mexico on 26th November 2016.

Gastronomy
Foodies will love the Mexican gastronomy, and there’s plenty to indulge in. It is also heartening to find three Mexican restaurants, Quintonil, Pujol, and Biko –getting recognised in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016 list.

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