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Mexico City, Mexico

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The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is the most important cultural center in Mexico City as well as the rest of the country of Mexico. It is located on the west side of the historic center of Mexico City. The Palace has been the scene of some of the most notable events in music, dance, theater, opera and literature.


As part of the cultural heritage, Mexico City offers a big variety of museums. The National Museum of Anthropology, The Museum of Natural History, The National Museum of Modern Art, The San Ildefonso Museum, The Great Pyramid, among others. Mexico´s City highlights worldwide by great artists of all times like Rufino Tamayo, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, among others, whose works are shown at the galleries of our city.


Mexico City boasts numerous shopping districts that offer products and services catering to every taste and budget. You’ll find everything from well‑known international designer boutiques along Polanco’s main drag to the eclectic Tianguis del Chopo market. Exclusive shopping malls abound, like Centro Santa Fe to the west, as well as Perisur and Galerías Coapa. And if you’re looking for artesanías (artisan crafts), these Mexican‑made creations are sold at markets such as La Ciudadela and the Mercado San Juan, as well as in Coyoacán, the Zona Rosa and on Tamango Street in Peravillo.

Gastronomy and Nightlife

Enjoy a wide variety of traditional Mexican dishes as well as cuisine from around the world. There’s everything here, from the most exclusive restaurants to simple, traditional fondas. Concerts, festivals, theater, the movies, coffee houses, bars, nightclubs, pubs and discos (called antros in Spanish) are just some of the many options Mexico City offers when night falls.