Mexico City isn’t necessarily the most obvious travel destination, but it’s gaining in popularity. With its fascinating history and stunning architecture, it’s easy to see why. This guide explains how to spend 5 days in Mexico City, hitting all the key sights and attractions.
The food of Mérida is a hybrid cuisine of several cultures that reflects the complex and long history of the city; there are elements of Mayan, Spanish, Dutch, Lebanese, and so on. We show you where to eat in Mérida to enjoy all these delicious
Learn how to get a panoramic view of Mexico City from the observation deck of the Torre Latinoamericana.
Mexico City can be overwhelming. Eating there shouldn’t have to be. This guide provides a few restaurant recommendations for where to eat in Mexico City. But more importantly, it explains how to eat in Mexico City.
The ruins at Teotihuacan are possibly the most spectacular in Mexico. They can’t be missed if you are visiting Mexico City. We’ll explain how to take the bus to Teotihuacan.
The La Merced market in Mexico City is located a few blocks east of the Zócalo. It is the busiest retail market in Mexico City. We’ll show you how to visit La Merced (and survive the crowds).
No trip to Mexico City is complete without a visit to the National Anthropology Museum. Considered one of the greatest museums on the planet, the massive structure houses an extensive collection of pre-Columbian Aztec and Mayan artefacts.
You can’t read about travelling to Mexico without hearing about traveler’s diarrhea (TD). It’s worth doing some planning to deal with traveler’s diarrhea, so that it doesn’t get in the way of your activities.