Mexico City (Ciudad de Mexico in Spanish) is the capital city of Mexico and one of the most important political, cultural, educational and financial centres in North America. It is ranked as the eighth richest city in the world. Settling on an altitude of more than 2,000 metres, tourists are instantly enamoured by the city's glamour, cultural heritage and contemporary development. Every corner of the city is sprinkled with stories to tell of famous personalities and ancient tribes. While the Aztecs discovered and gave the city its culture and heritage, the Spanish revamped and added their touch. Today, the cultural amalgamation is mirrored in every landmark of Mexico City, be it the Templo Mayor, El Zócalo square, Catedral Metropolitana or Frida Kahlo museum.
You will be spoilt for choices when you visit Mexico City as the city presents a plethora of varied entertainment options. The city will never let you get bored and will always amuse you with its cultural performances, live music
, concerts and plays or shopping
The historically rich country has got many stories to tell, and artists to appreciate. Platforms like the National Auditorium, Metropolitan theatre, Teatro de los Insurgentes, etc. gives the artist a stage to display their talents, while movie cinemas bring the latest movies from many parts of the world.
Mexico City is not only the most important industrial, economic
and cultural centre in the country but in the whole region of Central America also. The city’s nightlife and dinning
scene is impressive with a diverse selection of bars, pubs and clubs spread throughout the city.
Enjoy a wide range of Mexican and other famous drinks from around the world in cantinas where prices are usually reasonable. Also, many bars situated in the hotel offer a combination of Spanish and English pop, rock, house, hip-hop or R&B music, as well as some Latin/Caribbean music is also found.
There are also some amazing clubs in the city that play a wide selection of music. These happening places of Mexico City mostly close late; by 3-4 a.m. at the earliest, while some remain open until the morning.