Mexico City Vacations
Your Visit to Mexico City
No visit to Mexico is complete without visiting the bustling capital city of Mexico City. Warm days, busy streets, and Mexican culture will envelope you when you travel to the heart of the country.
Whether you are more interested in Mexico's ancient or modern culture, Mexico City has plenty to offer. Tour the ancient Piramides de Teotihuacan or tour the zoo and museums of Chapultepec Park during your time abroad in Mexico-the choice is completely up to you. Your Mexico City adventure can begin as soon as you make your travel arrangements through Orbitz.com.
Best time to take a vacation to Mexico City
You can expect warm days and plenty of sun during your trip to Mexico City, regardless of when you choose to visit. The warmest month is April, in which average highs reach 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Average lows reach 41 degrees during the winter months of December and January, keeping the city above freezing even during the night winter hours. Average daytime highs never fall below 68 degrees, making daytime tours pleasant year-round. Hurricane season lasts from June until November, so you may want to avoid traveling to the area during these months. Book your arrangements for travel to Mexico City ahead of schedule with Orbitz.com to get the best available flights.
Insider tips for Mexico City travel
Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli
Attend a free classical music concert, by students and professional musicians, at one of the year-round string recitals or chamber ensembles.
Casa de Cultura Jesus Reyes Heroles
Watch a free play or take in a concert by local musicians at this small theater, housed in a beautiful colonial-style building.
Casa Roma Guesthouse
Nestled in a trendy neighborhood filled with bookstores and cafes, this guesthouse is full of modern and comfortable rooms.
Neveria Roxy Polanco
Grab an ice cream at this 60s-style ice cream parlor, which has been a staple of the city for decades.
La Hosteria de Santo Domingo
Dine on traditional Mexican food like Chiles en Nogada at one of the oldest restaurants in Mexico City.
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Mexico City Vacation Packages
Boutique hotel offering a warm welcome in the heart of Mexico CityLe Meridien Mexico City Hotel is a new boutique hotel that offers warm and friendly service to all guests. The hotel is suitable for both business guests and tourists, due to its central location. Le...
Check into the lap of luxuryThe five-star JW Marriott Mexico City Hotel, located in the favored Polanco district, delivers the best of all worlds for either business or pleasure. A rooftop heated pool, fitness center, and full-service spa provide rest and relaxation...
In one of the most important business area of Mexico City, is located Novit Hotel, at just two blocks from the WTC (World Trade Center) and minutes of famous restaurants, malls, theaters, museums and exposition centers. Novit Hotel its a great option to both business...
Luxury Polanco high-rise with Chapultepec Park and Mexico City views Looming above the desirable Polanco district, this 38-story hotel overlooks Chapultepec Park and is minutes from many popular Mexico City attractions, quality restaurants, and upscale boutiques. The...
Paseo de la Reforma 439
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Sleek Mexico City high-rise hotel along posh Paseo de la Reforma St. Regis Mexico City is a five-star luxury hotel ensconced in Torre Libertad, a sleek 31-story tower designed by renowned architect Cesar Pelli that added an impressive presence to Paseo de la Reforma...
All-suite hotel in Zona Rosa focuses on extended stays and family Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites is located in the Pink Zona, one of Mexico City's most renowned neighborhoods. It is just steps from Paseo de la Reforma with its museums and monuments as well as the US...
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Plaza Suites Mexico City is an intimate and inviting all-suite boutique hotel located on Mexico Citys most important touristic, financial, commercial and artistic street Paseo de la Reforma. Nestled in a contemporary state-of-the-art building, this hotel is designed to...
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Five-star hotel in Polanco district blends modern design with comfort Located off Paseo de la Reforma in the hip Polanco neighborhood, with chic shops, galleries, and nightlife just around the corner, W Mexico City promises a cutting-edge hotel experience. Bold...
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Luxury hotel in Downtown Mexico City suitable for all types of guestThe Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel and Towers has many fabulous facilities for its most discerning guests. Pets can also stay at the Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel and Towers. Highlights include the enjoyment...
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Award-winning hotel offering art, luxury, and a convenient location Five-star Camino Real Mexico City, designed by distinguished Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, sits only three blocks from the city's grand boulevard, Paseo de la Reforma, and the museums of...
Mexico City highlights
National Museum of Anthropology
One of the largest anthropological museums in the world, this museum houses many artifacts from ancient Mexican cultures.
Piramides de Teotihuacan
Climb the ancient pyramids of Mexico, including the famous Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon.
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Take in the Ballet Folklorico or simply tour the art exhibits in this performance hall and art museum.
View breathtaking murals by Diego Rivera in this palace where Hernan Cortes lived after defeating the Aztecs.
If you are interested in Catholic cathedral architecture, visit this grand cathedral, which took more than 200 years to build.
Visit the former home of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo-now a museum dedicated to Kahlo's works of art.
The heart of Mexico City is one of the largest public plazas in the world and is always filled with many sights.
Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe
Visit the most famous religious icon in Mexico at the site where the Virgin of Guadalupe reportedly appeared in 1531.
The largest city park in Latin America offers fountains, paddle boats, and a zoo to keep families occupied for the entire day.
These ancient ruins show what remains of the Toltecs, who ruled Mexico before the Aztecs.