The City of Mexico is popular among business as well as leisure travellers. It is well-equipped for people who want to open a new business or carry out business proceedings. In a similar fashion, leisure travellers consider it a vibrant destination due to overwhelming tourist attractions.

 

It doesn’t matter if you are a business or leisure traveller, you can cover quite a few exciting things to do in Mexico to make your trip truly special and memorable. For your convenience, we have mentioned them below. Do try them out!

 

Step into the National Museum of Anthropology

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The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the largest and the most visited museums in the country. It displays historical, archaeological, and anthropological artefacts belonging to the nation’s pre-Colombian heritage. There is an individual hall dedicated to each of the cultural regions of Mesoamerica. Furthermore, the National Museum of Anthropology offers guided tours.

 

Watch Lucha libre at Arena México

Arena México is an indoor arena, famous for Lucha libre – a professional form of wrestling identified by multi-coloured masks and quick sequences of holds and moves, especially the ‘high-flying’ manoeuvres. The wrestlers are called as ‘luchadores’. Generally, they come from extended wrestling families. Arena México has existed since a long time and was known as ‘Arena Modelo’ from the 1910s to the 1950s.

 

Explore the Mexican Foodscape

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Mexico City is a foodie’s paradise! It offers some of the best tastes and flavours. The must-have dishes include Chilaquiles, Pozole, Elote, and Guacamole. Each one of them is unique, delectable, and simply lip-smacking! The Mexican cuisine, a fusion of indigenous Mesoamerican cooking with European elements, should definitely be tried here.

 

Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

People who are not sure of tourist spots should join the 5-hour Mexico City sightseeing tour. A well-informed guide imparts knowledge about the history and art of the metropolis. National Palace, Anthropological Museum, and Metropolitan Cathedral are covered during the trip. Chapultepec, an attractive space, meant for recreation and culture, has five museums, two lakes, zoo, and a lot more! This will be a stop too.

 

Be a Spendthrift at Centro Santa Fe

Everyone is bound to have a delightful time at Centro Santa Fe! It is the largest shopping centre in Latin America and houses a number of reputable shops and department stores along with more than 10 theatres, restaurants, and play areas for children. People of all age groups will find something entertaining and interesting here! The Centro Santa Fe witnesses millions of visitors annually.

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