Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is unique. The food, culture, weather, and more is spectacular. Come to Mexico City and experience a once and a life time opportunity.

Mexico's Marvelous Food

Food in Mexico is amazing and home made. Try some neat and popular foods at restaurants in Mexico City. People have been growing corn in Mexico for 100 years.The most popular food eaten in Mexico is corn tortillas, served as a taco, or separately. But only one problem, since Mexico is covered with mountains, it is hard to grow food. Mexicans have 4 meals: a light breakfast, early lunch, a main meal in the afternoon, and a light snack at night. Be sure to eat at restaurants in Mexico City and their best foods. Photo from:

Speaking of Mexico...


Mexico's language is very use full to learn and speak. Spanish is the official language of Mexico, and originated from Spain. About 101 million people speak spanish there. 100 indigenous languages languages are still spoken in Mexico. Indigenous and spanish are used jointly in rural schools that serve large indigenous populations. It's cool to learn, hear, speak, and teach spanish. Travel to Mexico to learn it. Photo from:

Wonderful Weather of Mexico

The weather in Mexico is great. But Make sure to pack warm clothes. There's generally 2 seasons: dry and rainy. Dry season's from November to May. The rainy season is from June to October. The coldest months are from December to February. You should take warm clothes because it can be really cold in the mornings and evenings. Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, volcanoes, and floods can occur. Mexico City has beautiful weather. But look out for natural disasters! Photo from:

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