Views of large Aztec ruins in Mexico City

Mexico City Vacations: Ancient to Modern

Mexico City dates back to the Aztec empire of Tenochtitlan. In the 16th century, Spanish conquerors took over the city. Today, the Renaissance, baroque, and neoclassical Metropolitan Cathedral stands on the ruins of an Aztec empire. To see more Aztec ruins, head south to Teotihuacan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is known for its museums, including the Museo Nacional de Antropología, the Palacio de Bellas Arts, and the Frida Kahlo Museum. With so many exotic things to see, a Liberty Travel vacation package to Mexico City can show you where to begin.

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Mexico City at a Glance

Currency: Mexican Peso, $ (MXN)

Tipping Customs: It is customary to tip between 10-15%

Language: Spanish

Popular Drink: Tequila and mezcal

Must Eat: Quesadilla

Power Up: Plug type A, Bb127 V


Weather: Spring brings weather in the 70s with little rain. Summer and early fall bring rainstorms, and winter can be quite cool, with temperatures in the 60s by day, dropping into the 40s by night.

Best Time to Visit: Visit in the spring, but come on November 1st to experience the spectacular Día de los Muertos.

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Skeleton masks and dolls from Mexico City

Top Things to Do in Mexico City

Find Your Museum
Mexico City is known for its museums. Must-see are: Museo Nacional de Antropología, Museo de Frida Kahlo, and the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes.

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral
This stunning cathedral reflects the architectural styles of the colonial period—from Renaissance, baroque, to the neoclassical.

Journey to the Pyramid of the Sun
See the Temple of Quetzalcoatl and the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of the largest pre-Columbian pyramids in Mexico.

Stroll the Coyoacán
Wander cobblestone streets, colonial architecture, bustling markets, and discover incredible restaurants serving Mexican cuisine at the “neighborhood of the coyotes.”

Experience the Día de los Muertos
The city comes alive during the Día de los Muertos, with the stunning Day of the Dead Parade. See elaborate floats and costumes.

Tacos a traditional food in Mexico City

Mexico City Vacation Packages: South of the Border the Liberty Travel Way

Whether you want to journey to Aztec ruins or delve into Mexican culture, Liberty Travel’s consultants can create a Mexico City vacation package crafted just for you.

When you book with us, you get:

  • Real People. More than a travel agent, your Mexico City consultant is a fellow traveler with a passion to help you see the world.
  • Perfect Match. We’ll pair you with a destination expert who has insider knowledge of Mexico City for a truly personalized booking experience.
  • Crafted Vacations. Stay in hand-selected hotels. Get connected with local guides and enriching experiences. Choose from among our exclusive Mexico City vacation packages, including our all-inclusive vacations.
  • Support. With 24/7 support, we’ll be with you every step of the way.

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