Mexico City is one of the world's largest cities, with a history that stretches back over 700 years to its original Aztec and Mayan inhabitants. If you're searching for a truly exotic vacation, start by browsing for cheap flights to Mexico City on Expedia.ca! Step back in time and experience the awe of the restored pyramids and temples at the Templo Mayor and Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan's massive Pyramid of the Sun and Moon are among the largest and best-preserved Mesoamerican pyramids in the world. For a more modern experience, visit El Zocalo, the vibrant central square of Mexico City that throngs with people day and night, and make sure to stop in at the landmark Metropolitan Cathedral. Erected between 1573 and 1813, the beautiful Metropolitan Cathedral rivals its classic European counterparts. Mexico City is so expansive and has so much to do that it takes careful planning to make the most of your trip. Expedia.ca helps you stretch your travel budget so that you can experience most of Mexico City’s attractions.
Many people think of Mexico as a hot country, but Mexico City has a temperate climate with little variation. The average temperature is between 20 and 28 degrees. However, the summer months are frequently wet and rainy, so travellers should pack accordingly. Spring is the most popular time to visit Mexico City, but Mexico is a great vacation destination year-round. Be sure to check Expedia.ca for the latest travel deals and watch out for special offers to make your trip to Mexico City even cheaper.
Mexico City is served by Benito Juarez International Airport (IATA: MEX, ICAO: MMMX). A major hub for Aeromexico, Benito Juarez has two passenger terminals and two runways. The first terminal dates back to 1952 and was modernized in 2002, while the second was added in 2007 to relieve overcrowding. The airport is located in the Venustiano Carranza borough, just east of central Mexico City, so it's very conveniently located in close proximity to many of the city's best sights and hotels. Benito Juarez is connected to Mexico City's Metro rail system by a station at terminal 1. Both terminals are served by city bus lines as well as taxis and private car service.