Things to do for Nightlife Lovers in Mexico City 

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    El Zócalo

    Historic Center, Mexico City, DIF 06000 Mexico
    33 reviews

    As the center of the city, this is a busy area with locals and tourists. There are a lot of performers, native Indians doing traditional dances, clowns, children juggling, and other interesting sights. A lot of vendors sprawl across the grounds selling goods and handmade items. Food vendors, taxis, and a lot of action. A great place for photography, exploring ...

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    Arena Ciudad de México

    Avenida de las Granjas 800, Mexico City, Mexico
    2 reviews

    I saw Disney on Ice here when I was a kid, it was great fun! But then again.. what kid doesn't enjoy something like that?

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    Arena México

    Doctor Lavista 189, Doctores, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
    4 reviews

    I am sure plenty of other things happen at Arena Mexico. However, we went for the luchador show. There is nothing not to like about a luchador show. It is cheap, it is insanely fun to watch, and the beers are large. We ended up going through our hostel and therefore had a guide who hung out with us at ...

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    Calle Francisco I Madero

    Calle Francisco I Madero, Centro Historico de la Ciudad de Mexico
    2 reviews

    I love every time I came here,you can go to Don Batiz bar !

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    Mesones 55, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
    1 review

    Let's just say, pulque is a very special drink. And I've got to thank Mexico City's hipsters for making it cool again, and making what was a dying old-man bar into a very groovy place indeed. This place is the size of a shoebox, and both times we went we sort of had to loiter around a little bit waiting ...

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    Avenida Mexico Xochimilco, Santa Cruz Acalpixca, DIF 16500 Mexico
    24 reviews

    great place to relax eating and drinking in a private boat! You will go through a Canal , a lot of fun!

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    Museo Nacional de Antropología

    av. Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi, Mexico City, Mexico
    43 reviews

    I was excited to come here and see a few original artifacts from the native civilizations!

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    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    Avenida Juárez y Eje Lázaro Cárdenas, Mexico City, DIF 06000 Mexico
    33 reviews

    Puedes encontrar innumerables conciertos en diferentes temporadas, que van desde ópera hasta música tradicional mexicana, así como también representaciones de cualquier tipo de danza, sin olvidar las obras realizadas por Diego Rivera que alberga en sus muros.

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    Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

    Plaza de las Americas, Mexico City, MEX 54092 Mexico
    19 reviews

    The Basilica of Guadalupe is one of the most cherished places for the Roman Catholic faithful in Mexico. The small little original Basilica is there, but the later iteration of it ( I believe the third) is next to it, where you can go inside and see the picture of Guadalupe in her Golden Frame. Many devout Mexican Catholics get ...

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  • 10


    15 reviews

    very nice place... fresh environment full of traditional constructions and food

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  • 11

    Monumento a la Independencia

    Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, México
    16 reviews

    This tall statue with the golden bronze Angel atop it represents the Independence of Mexico, and is centrally located in Mexico City, not far from the Zona Rosa nightlife district and the US Embassy, with commercial and shopping, and international hotels within walking distance.

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  • 12

    Castillo de Chapultepec

    Bosque de Chapultepec 1a Sección, Polanco Chapultepec, DIF 11560 Mexico
    13 reviews

    FANTASTIC!! I would love getting back to this place.

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  • 13

    Museo Frida Kahlo

    Londres 247, Mexico City, DIF 06600 Mexico
    14 reviews

    The museum is located in a beautiful colonial home. Even if you don't care much for the artist, it is well worth the visit to get to see what these old houses looked like and how people lived.

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  • 14

    Mercado Coyoacan

    Ignacio Allende, Del Carmen, Coyoacán, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
    10 reviews

    This is the artsy bit of Mexico City, with little bars and galleries. The market is an absolute beauty, with artifacts, spices, the absolute works for sale.

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    Centro Histórico

    Francisco l Madero Street, Campestre, DIF 01040 Mexico
    10 reviews

    Outstanding and encompasses all of Mexico's diverse history from its indigenous origins to its political present. Gorgeous examples of both Baroque and Art Deco architecture, wonderful art museums, and traditional restaurants.

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    Monumento a la Revolución

    Av. Juárez and La Fragua, Plaza de la República s/n
    9 reviews

    Beautiful building. You can go up through a glass elevator for scenic views.

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  • 17

    Basilica de Guadalupe

    Av. De Los Misterios S/n, Mexico City, Mexico
    6 reviews

    Historic monument that captures the culture, the heritage and architecture of the Mexican people.

  • 18

    Torre Latinoamericana

    Calle Madero y Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, Mexico City, DIF 06000 Mexico
    9 reviews

    Especially during the sunset time, you get to see some beauty.

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  • 19

    Museo Soumaya

    Altamirano 46, Tizapan, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
    7 reviews

    Soumaya musuem is an amazing private collection owned by the richest man in the world (carlos slim) it contains all king of magnficent creationa from Dali, Miro, Degas, Greco, Rodin and many many more

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  • 20

    Palacio Postal

    República de Guatemala 1, Mexico City, Mexico
    7 reviews

    Free entrance. Just walk right in. Beautifully done interior and a popular tourist stop.

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