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Why Go to Mexico City?
Mexico's capital is one of the liveliest and largest cities in the world, with a renowned arts and culture scene (an entire district was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site) and some of the best cuisine in the Western Hemisphere. Even better, Mexico City is affordable and safer than you might expect. Sprawling across nearly 60 municipalities, el Ciudad de Mxico promises its visitors an unforgettable stay, perfect for the frugal, culture-loving traveler who feels at home in a large, crowded place.
If you want the full experience, some say you should spend at least a week in the Federal District so that you'll see most of the historic and popular sites. Even after a week, you'll find plenty more to explore. In short, it's best to plan extensively before diving in.
Founded in 1325 as Tenochtitlan, the city was colonized by the Spanish in 1521 and later dubbed ""Mexico."" Today at nearly 500 years old, its pre-colonial history is alive throughout much of the modern-day capital. The city is overflowing with opportunities to study the country's rich and conflicted past. But it's also one of the most densely populated cities in the world, and although it does grapple with common urban problems like crime and pollution, many neighborhoods including Condesa and Polanco are as safe as any city in the United States or Europe.
Mexico City is ranked as:
#6 in Best Places to Visit in Mexico
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