Plants frame a colourful artwork at Jo-Hs gallery in Mexico City

Mexico City Guide

Distilled through the eyes of local creatives, discover the best hotels, restaurants and margarita bars in this colourful megalopolis

Mexico City has one of the best museum and gallery scenes on the planet, alongside delicious local cuisine, tempting taquerias and charming boutique hotels


Nineteenth century townhouses with fewer than ten rooms, leafy rooftop terraces and courtyard gardens, and discerning local design – here is where to stay in Mexico City.


From Enrique Olvera’s elevated mole at Pujol to a casual fish taco stall on a street corner, Mexico City has some of the most memorable food and drink experiences available.

"Ancient ruins sit next to baroque churches, next to modern marvels"

A local take on Mexico City

Bars & nightlife

Mezcal, margaritas and natural wine are best enjoyed in serene courtyards, on neighbouhood corners or in a basement bar with a high-definition sound system

Museums & galleries

Mexico City has some serious art and design pedigree, from a David Chipperfield-designed space to the former residences of Frida Kahlo and Luis Barragán.


Mexico City has a range of design boutiques, independent clothing brands, vintage shops and markets to check out.

Creative Neighbourhoods

Mexico City has some of the most characterful and celebrated neighbourhoods of any city. Get to know Condesa and Roma Norte.

Remote working

Explore freelancer-friendly cafes, smart workspaces and homegrown flexible offices.


Mexico City flourishes with creative energy. These are some of the creatives leaving their mark on the city right now.


Creative neighbourhoods


When to visit


Getting to Mexico City


Getting Around


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