Mexico City Travel GuideAbout Mexico City
Trendy, dangerous, vibrant, and culturally rich: Mexico City's many reputations precede it. The continent's largest city blends its history with urban sprawl for a truly unique experience.When to Visit Mexico City
With a warm climate year-round, Mexico City is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. After a warmer spring, summer is typically rainy, followed by a drier and slightly cooler fall. Fewer people visit in the winter, when things cool off, and spring, when temperatures peak.
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