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Budget hotels in Mexico City
A budget option would be Estoril and Hotel Cuba, which features free parking and free private parking. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Dos Casas, which is a 10-minute walk from Museo de Geologia de la UNAM. Situated in Mexico City Historic Centre district, Hostel Historico Centro offers simple accomodations about a 15-minute walk from Museo de la Katrina.
Proximity to public transport
Stay close to Licenciado Adolfo Lopez Mateos International airport at One Toluca Aeropuerto, which offers rates from 39US$ per night. Hotel Canada near Metropolitan Cathedral metro station is a good choice, conveniently situated in close vicinity of a cathedral, a temple and a museum.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you like hustle and bustle of the city center, pick Hostal Centro Historico Regina with rates from 21US$ or Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico where prices start at 90US$. Best Western Majestic is centrally located and close to Capilla del Senor de la Humildad. Those looking to spend some time in Roma district should head to Brick Hotel, which is close to Museo Casa de Carranza.
If you're planning to visit National Museum of Anthropology, Suites Obelisk in Polanco district is a great place to stay.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Plaza Suites Mexico City is an elegant choice that is only a 20-minute walk to Palacio Postal. You might also think of Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico, a boutique hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a private swimming pool. Holiday Inn Express Mexico Santa Fe is a top-rated chain hotel in Santa Fe district, and is situated within easy reach of ArkadievA Mexico.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Suites Teca Once is a B&B that is 20 minutes' walk to Centro Cultural Escondido. If you are here on business, Ibis Mexico Alameda with rates from 57US$ and Hotel Isabel where prices start at 28US$ are great options. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Zona Rosa, such as Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel or Condesa Df.
Mexico city is a place where you find the old and the new nestled side-by-side.
The capital of and largest city in Mexico in North America it lures visitors with its extensive coastline that borders the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. Nevertheless, the miles of shoreline are not the only advantage to benefit from in Mexico.
Mexico City teems with activity and is estimated to be the world's third largest urban area.
From the Zocalo, the historic heart of Mexico City to Chapultepec Park, the largest park within a city in the world, Mexico City has something to tempt even the most jaded traveler.
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History abounds in Mexico City in layers.
It is a modern metropolis laid out on top of one or more or its past incarnations. From the seven centuries old floating gardens of Xochimilco in the southern borough , which date from the time of the Aztecs it is also a city that offers everything a modern, savvy traveler or family vacationer could ever want.
The nightlife is some of the best in the world. From tequila at a grand old cantina, British-style pubs to mariachi clubs this city has it all.
Famous landmarks in the Historic Center include;
- Ancient Aztec temple ruins such as Templo Mayor ("Major Temple"), discovered in 1978 while workers were laying underground electric cables.
- Mexico City icon the golden Angel of Independence on the avenue Paseo de la Reforma, modeled after Paris' Champs-Elysees.
- Plaza de la Constitucion (Zocalo) or the main central square with Spanish-era Metorpolitan Cathedral and the 1850s seat of Government the National Palace
A hotel close to Plaza de las Tres Culturas serves as a perfect starting point for sightseeing. Since ancient times this spot has been regarded as the birthplace of Mexico City. In this square, centuries ago gathered three cultures that later led a foundation of modern Mexico.
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