2017 is the year to explore, here are some reasons to visit Mexico City with Primetime Vacations Specials.
Primetime Vacations Specials guests usually head to the beach or a resort for their Mexico vacation. But there are so many other places to explore in this country. The culture and people of the Mexico City make a great case for adding this to your vacation plans for 2017.
The Food – There are so many great options for food in Mexico City. Street food is an incredible experience, and the prices are amazing. There are several fun and hip coffee shops, bakeries, trendy brunch places, and nice restaurants. There is so much more to Mexican food than chips and guacamole.
Biko – A little bit of Basque comes to Mexico City in this restaurant, where the tasting menu is full of surprises like onion and Cotija and fish with zucchini. Diners can easily see the attention paid to the details in each dish.
Pujol – The chef here has been mixing tradition with contemporary techniques for almost two decades. The five-course tasting menu often has corn with chicatana mayo and barbacoa taco with avocado leaf adobo and guacamole.
Jaso – A husband and wife team has created a Modern American artesian restaurant in Polanco. Seasonal menus include delicacies like foie gras ravioli. Order a la carte or enjoy the five or seven-course tasting menu. Don’t forget to try one of the chocolate desserts!
Bakea – This Basque-French menu features hearty dishes served in a cottage-like setting. Try the rack of lamb, carb-filled cannelloni and eggplant flan. For desert, previous diners recommend the orange coulis and Cointreau crepes. This is a great place for an intimate dinner, where people are truly there to experience the food.
The Culture – There are some wonderful museums in Mexico City, full of ancient history. Primetime Vacations Specials recommends visiting the Frida Kahlo Museum and the National Museum of Anthropology.
Teotihuacan – This UNESCO World Heritage site, is about 30 minutes outside of the city center and hosts some of the largest pyramids in Central America. Bonus: You can still climb the Pyramid of the Moon and Pyramid of the Sun.
Templo Mayor – This was the religious center for the Aztec people prior to colonization and was recently rediscovered in 1978. The ancient ruins are tucked away in the center of the city. There is also a museum on site.
Primetime Vacations Specials encourages vacationers to put Mexico City on their lists of destinations this year. For more information on these attractions, or assistance with accommodations, contact Primetime Vacations Specials today. Visit http://www.primetimevacationsspecials.com