One of the most populated cities of Mexico and around the world is also one of the most appealing. Mexico City has been for many years one of the economic, cultural and social centers of the country, besides becoming in one first class tourist destination, competing with other cosmopolitan cities such as New York, Paris and Tokyo.
Declared in 1987 Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, the Historical Center of Mexico City is an important benchmark for inhabitants and visitors as well. Thanks to the amazing buildings and religious precincts built in a wide variety of architectonical styles, Mexico City receives the well-deserved nickname of City of Palaces
Museums, squares, Malls, Zoos, archaeological ruins and an enormous variety of restaurants complete the attractive tourist offer of this city that also enjoys of a very pleasant temperate weather with an average temperature of 60 F and frequent rain in summer.