Enjoy tacos and tequila
Want to know more about the history of Mexico? Book a flight to Mexico City and discover the city of the Aztecs! Visit the magnificent Palacio de Bellas Artes and the nearby Alameda Park and admire the Metropolitana Cathedral on Zócalo Square. Savour typical Mexican dishes and drink the spirit that has its origin here, tequila.
Discover the city’s beating heart
Zócalo, the square with a giant Mexican flag flying at its centre and lined with various sights such as the Palacio Nacional, is the city’s beating heart. Stroll in Bosque de Chapultepec, the city’s largest park with terraces, lakes, food stalls and its unique ahuehuete cypress trees. Once planted by the Aztecs, some of these trees are over 600 years old. Castillo de Chapultepec, a castle now serving as a museum of history, is perched on a hill at the centre of the park. Mexico City is the ideal destination for a fascinating city trip or as the starting point for a tour of Mexico. Treat yourself: book a flight to Mexico City now!Book a flight to Mexico city
Dancing to live music
One of the Mexican capital’s biggest attractions are the ancient pyramids of Teotihuacán, just outside of the city. Walk down the Avenue of the Dead to see the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. Once back in the city, get ready to immerse yourself in the Mexico City nightlife. Feel like an enchilada or a cocktail while enjoying live music? There are restaurants, cocktail bars and discos galore to choose from!
Flights to Mexico City for a unique vacation
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It was an unlikely victory when the Mexicans defeated the French army in 1862. The event is celebrated on 5 May each year in Puebla, a lovely colonial city in the shadow of the Popocatépetl volcano, a 2-hour drive from Mexico City. Tens of thousands of residents participate in the spectacular parade; Mariachi bands play in the streets and there is dancing and fireworks. The festival draws over a million visitors every year.
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The Zócalo: once the centre of Aztec society, now the heart of Mexico City. The enormous square is where residents of this metropolis gather for cultural activities, celebrations and demonstrations. In the evening the square is a lovely place for a stroll or to enjoy a typical Mexican burrito for the cost of less than 1 euro.
With its majestic height, the Popocatepetl volcano towers over the surrounding landscape. The locals of Mexico City affectionately refer to it as 'Popo'. The volcano is a wonderful destination for walking, climbing, skiing or simply to take in the views. But make no mistake, 'Popo' is still active.
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