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Mexico City, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 131
Total Sleeping Rooms 20,375
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 755
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Convention Center Space 40,500 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 13,191 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 3,188
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 1,541
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 2,326
*Maximum for a single hotel

Mexico City, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions

Centro Historico & Zocalo

Who could leave Mexico City without taking a stroll in the Historical Center (Centro Historico) of the city? Encapsulating more than half a millennium of Mexican history, the center is a timeline of the city's history, beginning with the remnants of

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Alameda Park

Mexico City's Alameda Park (Parque Alameda), lush with poplar trees, is located in the Historic Center, neighboring the Bellas Artes Theater, the Hilton Mexico City Reforma and world-class restaurants. Created in the 16th century by then Viceroy Luis

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Chapultepec Castle

The Chapultepec Castle (Castillo de Chapultepec) sits on a hill where many powerful men in Mexico's history have marveled at the majestic view of the city. The location of Chapultepec Castle made it an attractive site for indigenous groups in the

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Papalote Children's Museum

Mexico City's largest children's museum since its inauguration in 1993, the Papalote is a hands-on museum, great for children and parents to learn and explore new subjects in a creative and fun environment. Located minutes away from Chapultepec Park

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Kidzania

Designed like a child-sized replica of a real city, Kidzania is a place where children between the ages of 1 and 13 can interact with other kids in a life-like city with streets, buildings, stores, vehicles, a hospital and supermarket. Kids can play

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Bellas Artes Palace

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One of Mexico City's most architecturally famous buildings is the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) in Alameda Central, which combines the work of Italian Art Nouveau architect, Adamo Boari, with that of the Mexican, Art Deco architect

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CIE Las Americas

At the beginning of the 21st century, the Interamerican Entertainment Corporation (CIE) transformed an old horse-race track into a 128-acre plot that is now Mexico's largest and most lavish meeting and entertainment complex. It includes the newly

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National Anthropology Museum

Inaugurated in 1964, the National Anthropology Museum (Museo Nacional de Antropologia) is one of the great museums of the world. It holds some of Mexico's most important ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, telling the story of Mesoamerican

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Turibus

Mexico City's Turibus can be seen nearly anywhere, a red double-decker bus with an open-air second floor with 53 seats. The Turibus can be taken from nearly any point in the Historic Center, and tickets are purchased on board. The Chapultepec

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Coyoacan Trolley

Coyoacan is one of the city's oldest and most beautiful districts. It was the first capital of New Spain before conquistador Cortes conquered Mexico City, and since the 19th century it has remained apart of Mexico City. The Historic Center of

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El Cardenal

El Cardenal is a restaurant that stays true to traditional Mexican cuisine. It brings the rural to the metropolis, and serves the dishes that have fed the nation for centuries, like Chiles en Nogada, Huevos Rancheros and Pan de Nata. Prices range

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La Hacienda de los Morales

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Once a silkworm farm at the time of Hernan Cortes, La Hacienda de los Morales is now a grand international restaurant with 14 banquet halls that cater to all types of events. Prices range from $300 MXN ($24 USD) to $500 MXN ($40 USD). Be sure to make

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Tierra de Vinos

This upscale restaurant specializes in providing clients with an astonishing selection of over 250 wines from all around the world. It has received Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence three times in a row since 2006. Prices range from $100 MXN ($8

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El Bajio

El Bajio is a restaurant dedicated to providing a 100% Mexican atmosphere and food, serving some of Mexico's most delicious and traditional dishes from a number of Mexican states, such as Michoacan-style braised pork, Veracruz-style tamales, and mole

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Contramar

Bringing the beach to the city, Contramar is one of Mexico City's most popular and stylish seafood restaurants, serving only the freshest dishes in a comfortable and casual environment resembling a beachside palapa. Prices range from $100 MXN ($8

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Xochimilco

Xochimilco is a neighborhood in the south of Mexico City, best known for its water canals populated by floating vegetation. In Xochimilco, visitors can rent a "trajinera", a colorfully decorated boat with a large table at its center. While the

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Teotihuacan

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Located 45 minutes outside of Mexico City is the archaeological site of Teotihuacan, built between 100 BC and 750 AD by the Teotihuacanos and later inhabited by the Mexicas. During its prime, the Teotihuacanos were the most important population in

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