Mexico City

Wandering through Mexico City is akin to walking through history; pre-Hispanic ruins offer a glimpse of its Mayan and Aztec roots, cobbled streets and churches guide you into the epoch of the Spanish conquistadors, while glittering skyscrapers and buzzing bars plant it firmly in the 21st century. The Mexico City of today is an energetic metropolis, intensely proud of both its past and its future.

From ancient ruins to the oldest cathedral in Latin America, bustling markets to vivacious bars, Mexico City is a spot to lose yourself in for a couple of days, exploring historic gems, sampling exquisite Mexican delicacies and getting under the many layers of this intriguing city.

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Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico

The Four Seasons Mexico City is a luxury hotel with beautiful architecture, superb facilities and exemplary service. Centerd around a beautiful courtyard, the Four Seasons is within easy reach of many fabulous restaurants, boutiques and museums.

Best for: Culture, Family, Short Break, Spa & health

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