Like any large, world-class location, Mexico City has a plethora of things to do and see that'll fill up any vacationer's time quite well. However, this travel guide is one of the most complete and fun to look through guides I've ever come across and recommend it heartily.
Who needs Baja’s beaches or the Yucatán’s pyramids when you’ve got Art Nouveau palaces, never-ending dance parties, and pork-confit tacos? Welcome to the world’s largest Spanish-speaking city, where there’s pulque aplenty and a Kahlo-esque bohemianism in the air again.
The Centro Histórico, Mexico City’s formerly gritty downtown quarter, is the place to see all manner of architectural styles.
Move over, Gabriel Orozco. Fresh young artists are flooding spaces like San Ildefonso, which hosts avant-garde exhibitions (Justo Sierra 16; 55-5702-2991). Director Paloma Porraz Fraser names the local talent to watch.
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