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Mexico City may be renowned for its modernism — including a youthful, creative population, a vibrant contemporary art scene, and raucous nightlife — but it's the city's history, stacked up like layers of fossiliferous strata, that makes a trip here so intoxicating. The oldest edifices are concentrated in the aptly named Centro Histórico district, but you can catch glimpses of the past throughout the entire Valley of Mexico; it just all depends on what era you are looking for.
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With lively craft and antique markets, colonial architecture, and inventive restaurants that are sprawled over nearly 600 square miles, Mexico City is not only one of the largest, but also one of the most exciting cities in the world. With a little careful planning and a comfy pair of shoes, travelers can marvel at masterpieces from Mexican artists, stroll through a pre-Hispanic archaeological site, shop for colorful jewelry and fabrics, and savor flavorful food -- all in a weekend.
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