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National Museum of Anthropology

National Museum of Anthropology

Learn about Mexican legacy at the National Museum of Anthropology. Opened in the year 1825, known as the largest museum of Mexico and contains anthropological and archaeological artefacts from Mexico's pre-Columbian era. The collection at the museum includes giant stone heads of the Olmec Civilization, the famous 'Sun Stone', artefacts from Mayan Civilization, displays comparing the contemporary and rural life of Mexico, etc. Regular exhibits are conducted in the museum showcasing the great cultures of the world.

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Palacio de Bellas Artes or the Palace of fine Arts is a prominent attraction of Mexico City. A beautiful specimen of art itself, the building hosts renowned events in music, dance, literature, opera, and exhibitions of painting, photography, sculpture, etc. The grand building is often referred to as Cathedral of Art in Mexico. In the top floor of the building is the museum of Architecture, 'Museo Nacional de Arquitectura”, that contains great works of Mexican Architects.

Travelling to Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and the most populous city of North America. Playing an influential role in the cultural and financial aspect of America, the city enjoys a dominant position in the map of North America.

The bustling metropolis has a dynamic lifestyle with strong cultural foothold. With its 16 museums, around 30 theatres and over 100 art galleries, the city has so much to offer to its visitors. Plus, its infrastructural development and renovation has made it a popular destination for travellers.

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Mexico City Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

If you wish to visit the attractions of the city, then you can purchase their tickets offline as well as online. It would be wise to buy them online from this site and save on your time and money.

How To Get Around?

Mexico is a big city but has an efficient transportation system that can take you anywhere around the city. Subway offers great transportation and has an extensive network around the city. Metro Buses or the fast buses are another great option to get around the city. These have fixed routes. Normal buses generally called Peceros run in the city too. Cab services by Uber and Cabify are great for private transportation. Women travellers can opt for Laudrive that provides cab services exclusively to women. Taxis de sitio provide safer transportation than the normal taxis around the city. Ecobici stations provide bikes on rent.

What Should I Wear?

Carry casual clothes for exploring the city and some smart clothes for your evening dine-outs. There is no regulation regarding clothes, hence you can wear whatever you like. However, please note that women in Mexico avoid wearing shorts. Bring lighter fabrics and a lot of layering as temperature goes down after the sun-set. If visiting in summers between June and October, bring rainproof gear as it rains a lot.

Mexico City Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The months of March, April and May are the best to plan a trip to Mexico City. Weather is pleasant during this time and crowd comparatively lower than July and August which is the holiday season in US. Still Mexico is pretty much crowded during this time as the summers from May to October witness too much downpour and winters are quite chilly.


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Will I Need a Guide?

If you are visiting Mexico for the first time, then plan your trip beforehand so as to have the best experience of the city. You can also opt for a guided tour of the city.

How To Get There?

The city is served by Benito Juárez International Airport that connects it to all the major international cities. Also, there are several buses running between Mexico and its neighbouring cities providing easy access to the city.

Additional Info

While travelling in the city, keep your valuables close and guarded. Thefts and robbery are common. Also, to avoid unwanted attention, dress like the locals.