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Arriving in Mexico City

The Mexico City International Airport handles all of the international flights to Mexico City and most of the flights to the rest of the country as well. A majority of the flights to Mexico City are tourist related, so peak travel times are very busy. Airfare to Mexico City is easy to come by for international flights, as it provides direct international flights to over 100 destinations. This makes finding cheap flights to Mexico City fairly easy for travelers.

Getting Around Mexico City

After your Mexico City flights arrive, you will need to find proper transportation for the rest of your trip. The Mexico City government runs the second busiest publicly owned transit system in North America, providing passengers several reliable and affordable transportation options. There are several large bus terminals, a public subway system, trolleybuses, the city's metro bus, and publicly owned taxi cabs. All of these options are available and safe for tourists. However, it is important to know that Mexico City also has a lot of illegal, non-licensed taxis that should be avoided if possible. Prior to getting in a taxi, look for a government-issued license.

Main Attractions in Mexico City

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico, and it is full of impressive government and historic buildings. One of the most significant is the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Although there is no government association, it is a significant historical building that serves as the city's top performance hall and an art museum. The oldest and largest cathedral in Latin America, the Catedral Metropolitana, is also located outside the city. History enthusiasts will not only appreciate this building's historic value, but they may also appreciate the National Palace, which is a historic building where Hernan Cortes, the Spanish explorer who famously conquered the Aztecs, once lived.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Mexico City

Those looking for more entertainment outside of historical sites will appreciate the amount of shopping, dining, and nightlife in Mexico City. Beer lovers will enjoy the array of local and international food available at the Beer Factory, as well as the impressive array of beers on tap. Late-night club-goers will appreciate the well-known Bandasha nightclub in the Lomas neighborhood, and more low-key nightlife enthusiasts will appreciate the trendy cocktail lounge Barracuda.

Shoppers looking for native gifts and crafts will appreciate Artesanos de Mexico, which features numerous crafts from local merchants. There are also high-end shopping options such as Cartier and Berger Joyeros that offer diamond jewelry at more affordable prices than one will find in the United States.

Several popular airlines fly into Juarez Intl Airport, including

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Flight stats for Mexico City - did you know?
  • Juarez Intl Airport (Mexico City, Mexico)
    • Right now, 46 airlines operate out of Juarez Intl Airport.
    • Juarez Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 100 cities.
    • Every week, at least 6,482 domestic flights and 2,107 international flights depart from Juarez Intl Airport.

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