Rising from the ruins of the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan, Mexico City offers a unique collision of contemporary city life and historic preservation. World-class museums, restaurants and parks rub shoulders with the remains of several cultures. The nightlife, the shopping and the history make it a must-see regardless of your travel style.
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The lifelong home of Frida Kahlo is now a museum dedicated to the work of this famous 20th-century artist.
I highly recommend visiting the Frida Kahlo museum, and if you’re English it’s worth paying the extra pesos to have an audio guide. The house is beautiful with so many original artifacts and paintings, and it’s a great way to get a feel for the colourful character that Frida Kahlo was. It’s a very popular attraction so to avoid VERY long queues, it’s best to book ahead.
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This bucolic park is surrounded by a number of colonial buildings.
A delightful park with its iconic coyote fountain, surrounding markets and treed, oasis feel. There are lots of restaurants nearby but also a great street food section across the square. There are also two artisan's markets and additional ones on the weekend. There are many historic buildings, ancient cathedral and traditional streets in the surrounding neighbourhood. Its a very relaxing place to spend time, eat ice cream and watch families stroll by.
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