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If you are coming to Mexico City on business, why not stay for the weekend? Better still: Why not take the opportunity to bring your family? Take advantage of the fact you’re here to explore this lively metropolis where history and traditions coexist with the dynamism of a modern, creative, avant-garde city.

If you do not know the city, we suggest you go on a Capital Bus or Turibus tour that will take you to places of interest and allow you to explore the city at your leisure. Both will take you through the Centro to the Bohemian neighborhoods such as La Condesa and Roma, where there is a street market on Saturdays, and the museum and shopping areas of Polanco.

In addition to exploring the city’s monuments and museums, you can feel like a Mexico City resident for a day and do what the locals do.  On Saturday morning, do not miss the open-air arts and crafts market of San Ángel. You can eat there or make your way to Coyoacán, a charmingly bohemian colonial enclave, well worth a stroll. La Condesa, Roma, Polanco and the Zona Rosa are the most popular places for having dinner or going out on the town. It all depends what you fancy. If you have never been to a wrestling match, check the billboard for times. Sundays are family days. You can also take a night tour on the tour buses.

On Sunday mornings, you can rent a bicycle on Reforma, hunt for bargains in the Mercado de pulgas de la Lagunilla or go rowing in Chapultepec. If you’re traveling with other people, go to Xochimilco and take a punt tour, a typical Mexico City tradition. Enjoy Mexico City!

 

If you bring your children, we have many ideas for a very special weekend in Pequeños Viajeros CDMX.

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