Explore Mexico City
Referred to as “Ciudad de México” or “DF Mexico”, this exceptionally busy city is bursting with things to do for the millions of tourists that travel to Mexico City every year. Why not book into one of the boutique hotels in Mexico City and experience a truly unique Latin American vacation? The area is characterized by reasonably warm annual temperatures, peaking in April and May around 75°F. The wet season extends from July until September, whilst the winter months tend to be dry and cooler.
When to go to Mexico CityVisitor numbers generally peak between November and June, but if you are looking for discount hotels then the off-peak season is the time to come. Although a high percentage of the annual rainfall occurs during this time, storms tend to be short in duration meaning you can explore the city when its less busy and temperatures are still warm.
How to get to Mexico CityMexico City International Airport (MEX) handles the bulk of all arrivals to the area, and is served by both buses and the local metro system, enabling rapid transit to downtown hotels. The city itself is well connected by the Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro system, supported by a variety of bus routes, meaning all the main attractions in Mexico City are easily accessible at very low cost.
What to do in Mexico City The most well-known landmark is the Angel of Independence, with the city notorious for its huge architectural mix of modern high-rise skyscrapers to more traditional buildings, including the impressive Palacio Nacional. In a country famous for its delicious cuisine, a meal at one of the top restaurants in Mexico City should be a priority for all visitors, or you could even stay at one of the Mexico City ranches for a vacation with a difference.
Where to stay in Mexico City Being such a popular tourist destination, it is often hard to find the right place to stay. So why not read Mexico City hotel reviews at Hotels.com to help you find the perfect accommodation, and book your trip to central Mexico with us directly?