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This area of Mexico, Estado de has approximately 12,300,000 people.
There are a small number of destinations in the world that are truly international, and Mexico City is one of them because of sights like Teotihuacan Archaeological Site and Chapultepec Park. Plaza de la Constitucion and the Monumento a los Ninos Heroes are also iconic sights here.
Six Flags Mexico and the Museo de Cera are lovely places to take some quality time with your kids. La Feria de Chapultepec and the Papalote Museo del Nino are also worth stopping by if you're looking for more ways to keep little ones busy.
A visit to the carefully recreated marine environments at Dolphin Discovery Six Flags is a reminder of just how extraordinary our oceans and waterways are.
You'll find an array of native and exotic creatures peering back out at you as you explore the Parque Zoologico de Chapultepec and the Zoologico Los Coyotes.
Learn about native and exotic plant species at the Jardin Botanico. Don't forget to bring your camera so you can get a few snaps of the rarest specimens.
When the sun is shining, grab some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the leafy urban parks, such as Alameda Central and Jardin del Arte. You'll also find plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Xochimilco Ecological Park and Plant Market and Spain Park.
Enjoy the pretty landscape while listening to the sounds of bubbling water at Yelapa Waterfalls.
Discover the local wildlife by heading to one of the region's freshwater lakes, such as La Poza de los Enanos or EK Bakam Cenote.
Want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Head out on an adventure to Los Dinamos and Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones. Cumbres del Ajusco National Park and La Marquesa National Park are also appreciated by nature enthusiasts.
The area's exhibition spaces are brimming with tales of human endeavor and achievement. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the displays at the Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Museo de Arte Moderno. The Museo Rufino Tamayo and the Museo Nacional de la Revolucion are also well worth a visit.
You may think of natural museums as a place to take the children, but the captivating collections of the Museo Nacional de Antropologia and the Museo Nacional de Historia prove that there's a good deal to keep the grown-ups captivated too. The Archaeological Museum of Xochimilco and the Museo de las Momias are also well worth checking out.
An oasis for art lovers, this area houses various gallery spaces in which amateur and professional artists regularly exhibit their wares. Start your explorations of this creative destination by stopping in at the Museo Soumaya and the Museo Franz Mayer. If you can fit them in, the Centro de la Imagen and the San Ildefonso College are also well worth a look.
The past comes alive at the Museo Nacional de las Culturas Populares and the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli thanks to their wide array of thoughtful displays. Like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico or the Museo de las Constituciones.
To learn more about the area's rich and fascinating past, plan to visit at least one of its many remaining historical sites. Commence your history tour at Castillo de Chapultepec and Palacio Nacional. You might also like to take a few photos at Torre Latinoamericana and Tlatelolco.
Boasting unique architecture and beautiful gardens, the palatial abodes here will leave you green with envy. Make your way over and see what stories are housed at Banamex Cultural Palace Museum and Palacio de Cortes.
Step into the pages of a fantasy story and admire the impressive design of Chapultepec Castle.
The region's spiritual side can be glimpsed at Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Metropolitan Cathedral. If you'd like to explore some more religious sites, have a walk about Sagrario Metropolitano and Parroquia de San Juan Bautista.
This region's most famous sights often overshadow its less visited, but equally fascinating activities. Secretaria de Educacion Publica and the Centro Nacional de las Artes are some interesting options. If you have the time, also think about visiting the Centro de Educacion Ambiental Ecoguardas or Jardines del Pedregal de San Angel.
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The St. Regis Mexico City, at Paseo De La Reforma 439, and the Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City, at Av. Presidente Masaryk 390, are good examples of high-end Mexico City lodgings. If you find that those two don't meet your taste and budget, the City Express Plus Insurgentes Sur and the City Express EBC Reforma are two more economical spots that may tick all your boxes.
If you and your traveling companions are in town for just one night and only have limited time to visit Mexico City's must-see attractions, it might suit better to stay at the Downtown or the Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico, which are both conveniently situated nearby Palacio Nacional.
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The Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico is connected by a pedestrian bridge to domestic terminal 1, gate B, of Benito Juárez International Airport. Complimentary transportation to terminal 2 is offered.
Located in Benito Juarez, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Parque Delta and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Plaza Mexico. Museo Leon Trotsky and World Trade Center Mexico City are also within 3 mi (5 km). Nativitas Station is only a 3-minute walk and Villa de Cortes Station is 12 minutes.
Hyatt Regency Mexico City is in the upscale Polanco district, known for its boutiques and restaurants. Across the street is the National Auditorium, and the National Museum of Anthropology, filled with Mayan artifacts, is a 15-minute walk away.
Overlooking Mexico City's Angel of Independence monument on Paseo de la Reforma, the Sheraton Maria Isabel is across the street from Zona Rosa nightlife and 5 blocks from the Casa de Bolsa.
Located in Reforma, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Paseo de la Reforma, Teatro Diego Rivera, and Cristobal Colon Monument. Cuauhtemoc Monument and Museo Nacional de la Revolucion are also within 10 minutes. Juarez Station is 11 minutes by foot and Revolution Station is 11 minutes.
Amid numerous restaurants and shops, the mid-rise Galeria Plaza Reforma is in the Zona Rosa district, 1 block from the grand boulevard Paseo de la Reforma, which leads to Chapultepec Park.
NH Mexico City Airport T2 is located inside Terminal 2 of Mexico City International Airport. It’s a 20-minute drive to downtown sights like Paseo de la Reforma and the Zócalo. Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City, which hosts sports events and pop concerts, is a 10-minute cab ride.
Located in Reforma, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Paseo de la Reforma and Cuauhtemoc Monument. Teatro Diego Rivera and Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin are also within 10 minutes. Cuauhtemoc Station is 11 minutes by foot and Insurgentes Station is 14 minutes.