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- 98%Local Culture
- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 81%Art & Design Lovers
- 81%Budget Travelers
- 80%Family Travelers
- 75%History Buffs
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- Mexico CityOct 23, 2013
Americans are so lucky to have this metropolis in their hemisphere. It's staggering. The center is as gorgeous as any European capital, the arts scene is astounding, the sprawl is boggling. I bought a map of the *entire* city, and it nearly covered a twin bed. The area I explored in a week was about four square inches. I would move there in a second. On a totally practical note: if you're coming from sea level, the high altitude will likely make you very tired, so don't plan a lot in the first few days.
- Mexico CityMember ofLocal CultureLuxury TravelersMar 13, 2013
This is a very large city (largest in North America) and is very chaotic as well. Make sure you are comfortable with the altitude before you do any thing very strenuous. Do your research before you go and stay save.
- Mexico CityMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jan 08, 2013
I visited Mexico City once, and by accident (I was living in Guatemala and needed to see a gastroenterologist). And I completely fell in love with the DF. If I had to move there for some reason, I wouldn't have minded. I love cities that are engaging and lively, but where you can still find some breathing room. I love the Frida Kahlo museum, the Diego Rivera murals, the anthropological museum, and the campiness of Xochimilco. That Teotihuacan is just a few miles away is a fantastic bonus. Oh, and did I mention the food? Reason enough to visit, as it's the best food in Mexico I'd say.
- Mexico CityNov 19, 2012
A fast-paced city like any other only its enormity never ceases to hold surprises around every corner. From the architecture of the Spaniards to the modern malls with their boutiques and food courts, there is definitely something for everyone in this vast metropolitan city of the world.