Distrito Federal Vacation Destinations - Where To Stay

Established in 1824, Distrito Federal originally comprised of the commercial metropolis, Mexico City, and several other municipalities. Substantial urbanization led to the gradual growth of Mexico City that enabled it to swallow all other towns in the district and become the country’s Distrito Federal itself, by default. Since then, Mexico City and Distrito Federal have officially been declared a single unit. It lies marvelously in the Valley of Mexico, surrounded by majestic mountains and volcanoes that impart an aura of grandeur, amplifying the beauty of the area. Bordered by the artistic Coyoacan, the buzzing Santa Fe and the historical Xochimilco, Mexico City is the largest and most populous city in the Western Hemisphere. Commonly referred to as the “Alpha Global City”, it is the sociopolitical and economic center of Mexico, home to the Federal Government and offices. It also sports the birthplace of the country’s first constitution, Zocalo, which is dominated by historically significant Aztec relics, and some of the most popular tourist destinations in the country like Templo Mayor, the National Palace, and the Metropolitan Cathedral. The enigmatic, snow-covered volcanoes of Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl are a magical fusion of ice and fire that boast enjoyable excursion opportunities and immaculate sights that you have to see to believe.

Distrito Federal Vacation Destinations - Where To Stay

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Distrito Federal Vacation Destinations - Where To Stay


Stand and gaze in awe at the pyramids of Teotihuacan which are thought to have been built in 100 BC

Enjoy a canal ride with the locals in Lake Xochimilco, a historic lake with a system of canals that are popular with the locals and a UNESCO site.

Be inspired at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe a pilgrimage site for Catholic followers.

Travel to Milpa Alta and enjoy one of the most traditional indigenous cultures where the people still speak the Nahuatl Language which is associated with the Aztec culture.

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