A holiday rental home in Mexico City will put you close to all of the most popular attractions. You will be just steps away from some of the best that this city has to offer.
History tours are one of the popular things to do whilst in Mexico City. In addition to learning about the history of the city, you will also have the chance to learn about the history of some of the surrounding towns. The guided tours give you the opportunity not only to see the sites, but also to ask questions of the knowledgeable guides. Take a boat ride on the floating gardens of Xochimilco or enjoy a drink on one of the floating bars.
With literally hundreds of attractions in the immediate area, it can be difficult to decide how to spend your time whilst on holiday to Mexico City. Because the choices are so abundant, some focus on one thing such as art or history. There are dozens of museums and historic sites right in the city, so the choices are endless. It wouldn?t be possible to list them all, but here are a few examples of places to visit in Mexico City. The National Museum of Anthropology, the Museum of Popular Art and National Museum of Art are some of the city?s fabulous museums. One of the most beautiful historic sites is the Metropolitan Cathedral. This impressive structure took about 200 years to complete. The National Palace and the Castillo de Chapeltepec, which was built in the 1700?s, are some of the other historic buildings in town. You?ll also find family-friendly attractions. One of the most popular is Six Flags Mexico City. This theme park has dozens of rides for visitors of all ages including thrilling roller coasters and gentler rides that are perfect for the younger members of your family.
There are some variations in the temperatures based on the season but, for the most part, the weather in Mexico City is warm and pleasant. The average low temperatures are between 6° and 13° C and the average highs are between 21° and 24° C. There is some rain each month. The least occurs from November through April with 5 to 28 mm per month. The most occurs from June through September with 145 to 183 mm per month.
The nearest airport to Mexico City is Mexico City International Airport (MEX). Another airport that is within a reasonable drive is General Mariano Matamoros Airport (CVJ) which is 106 km away.