Coyoacan, this beautiful neighborhood has sone of the best food and entertainment, love going there as a child and now with my wife and two kids. never gets old. Mexico City (D.F.)

The 'New' Mexico City

Coyoacan, this beautiful neighborhood has sone of the best food and entertainment, love going there as a child and now with my wife and two kids. never gets old. Mexico City (D.F.)

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San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, Mexico

Best Hotels in Mexico: Casa de Sierra Nevada.

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Best Hotels in Mexico: Casa de Sierra Nevada.

For the truly courageous there is Iztaccíhuatl (43 miles southeast of Mexico city). This dormant volcano—the third highest mountain in Mexico—is recommended for the heartier, experienced climber. Elevation hits 17,126 feet above sea level and the terrain ranges from scrambling over rock fields to ice climbing, depending on the time of year.

Cultural Adventure in Tepoztlán

For the truly courageous there is Iztaccíhuatl (43 miles southeast of Mexico city). This dormant volcano—the third highest mountain in Mexico—is recommended for the heartier, experienced climber. Elevation hits 17,126 feet above sea level and the terrain ranges from scrambling over rock fields to ice climbing, depending on the time of year.

Two hours due east of Mexico City, go where the students go to hang out (with free wifi in the public square!), see contemporary art, visit ancient archeological mysteries, and meander streets filled with great Mexican colonial architecture of the 16th century.

Mexico City Tour of Centro Histórico

Two hours due east of Mexico City, go where the students go to hang out (with free wifi in the public square!), see contemporary art, visit ancient archeological mysteries, and meander streets filled with great Mexican colonial architecture of the 16th century.

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