Excitement For Your Trip to Mexico City
“How long do you spend in Mexico City?” “In Mexico City?” “A day or more?” These are questions that people ask all the time, especially when they are about to spend a week or two-week vacation in Mexico City and need answers to these questions.
“A Day or More: Where do you go if you only had one day in a business trip to Mexico City?” “Do you prefer to visit locales where locals only go but still have the discovery thrill?” This itinerary is ideal for you if you’re located somewhere in the capital but want to visit places that international travelers usually do not see. It’s about an hour from the international airport, so it gives you plenty of shopping and entertainment opportunities. This itinerary also allows you to experience Mexico’s culinary delights and cultural marvels.
“One Day with Churros in Mexico City.” Churros is a word from Mexico originally used to describe unleavened bread made from corn meal and flour. These delicious snacks are famous all over the world but were first popularized in Mexico and are now available in various restaurants all over the country. If you are a true churros fan and planning to take a trip to Mexico City, this itinerary is perfect for your trip because aside from the traditional churros (ie. from the above itinerary), you can also try other Mexican delicacies such as Tequila shots, horchata (which are orange juice with mints and dill), mango, tamarind fruit, habanera (hot dog), and a lot more.
“Take Me to Puebla.” Puebla is Mexico’s cultural, musical and political capital. This historic city is also home to the world-famous “Zoo de mar,” or the “arts and crafts zone.” If you love to learn about different kinds of cultures and enjoy travelling, this is the perfect trip to travel because there are tons of cultural events to attend in this city.
“Try a Raw Food Festival.” Culinary art is big in Mexico. Not only because of its delicious cuisine but also because of its creative process. The cuisine here is made fresh with local produce. If you are traveling with kids, a trip to this city’s Raw Food Festival is also a great idea because you and your kids can have fun learning how raw foods are prepared.
These are just some of the many different things that you can do in Mexico City and have as part of your travel itinerary. There are plenty of hotels, guesthouses and camping sites where you can choose from. But to make sure that you really get to experience Mexico City’s nightlife, you will need to make your reservations well in advance. Almost every hotel in Mexico City offers packages for overnight stays, so make sure that you find one that offers this before you make your trip. Another great thing about making reservations in advance is that you will get the best deals out of your travel arrangements. Booking early will ensure that you get the best deal out of your trip to Mexico City.