Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, the what use to be the homeland of the Aztecs, with delicious food, lots of history, and a unlimited time of fun

Mexico City's Cuisines

Want to give your mouth a taste it has never tasted before? Check this out! The Mexican foods are a mixture of native Indian, spanish, and French cuisine. The wonderful land of mexico introduced the amazing world of corn, potatoes, tomatoes, vanilla, chocolate, and many more! Some of the most familiar, found all over mexico and in the United States are based on flat tortillas. La Cena, or dinner is usually served in the evening around 9 or 10. La Cena is a light meal that consists of tacos and left overs from lunch. Be sure to try all of these on your magnificent visit.


Mexico City's old days

Mexico City is full of history, so here are some of their amazing history. Towering high above the cities south east are two volcanoes: Popocatepetland and Iztaccihuatl. Mexico City, the oldest metropolis on the American continent, is perched at a highland valley about 2,240 meters above sea level. In 1997, Guauhtemoc Cardenas, a member of the party of democratic revolution, became the first elected president of Mexico. People had been living in the valley of Mexico for many centuries before the arrival of the Aztecs in the thirteenth century and the conquering spaniards soon after that. This is for you to know a little history on your trip to Mexico City.

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Mexico City's activities

Mexico City offers a variety of fun activities for you and your family to enjoy. The flower painted boats offer a beautiful tour of the canals and floating gardens. If your are interested in cultural events, Mexico City offers a wide variety of museums. Once known as the city of places, Mexico City has three areas that were declared world heritage sites by the UNESCO. You should also go see the Chapcltepec castle were you can see an amazing exhibit that chronicles the nations history and art from pre-Historic to present day. Be sure to enjoy the endless fun of these activities Photo's from:

Mexico City's notable sites

Mexico City has many landmarks you can choose from. And they are very interesting. Mexico City is built on ground that once was the lake bed of Lake Texeco. The Aztec group used to settle their. The Palacio de Bellas Artes also known as the Palace of Fine Arts is one of the ancient structures and culture centers of Mexico. The Palacio de Bellas Artes was built in the year 1934. Castillo de los Templarios is a Templar residence and was originally a hillfort, but later this historic building became a roman Citadel. Cuicuilo is believed to be the first established farming community of the formative period dating back to 900 to 700 B.C. So their are some of the amazing sites, So have fun checking them out. Photos from:

Mexico City's communication

Here in Mexico City we have a unique language, Spanish. Spanish is the official language as well as Spain and Latin America's. Spanish in Mexico is used in full slang terms. The Spanish spoken in Mexico is sometimes indirect. And Mexico is the world's largest Spanish speaking country. Over here hopefully you can learn and get used to the Mexican language. Photo's from:

Mexico City's atmospheric conditions

Mexico City has very nice weather, but with this weather you must be prepared. Check out some of these tips! May is the warmest month of the year so be sure you have sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses. January is the coldest month of the year so make sure you are wearin a jacket or sweater. Mexico City has some of the best weather in the world with an average temperature of 72 F. Hopefully you use these tips for weather. Photo's From:
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