augustnoa travels, Mexico City
Recently I find myself reminiscing on the good old days when we could travel. I crave the freedom to experience someplace new with amazing food, art and history. Mexico City has all of that to offer and more...
Here's the first part of augustnoa Travels, breaking down where to eat, drink and visit in Mexico City.
Teotihuacan, Pyramid of the Sun
One of the most important, largest, and striking pre-Columbian cities in Mexico. Teotihuacan consists of numerous Pyramids, with the most popular being the Pyramid of the sun and Pyramid of the moon.
Trendy neighborhood, very popular amongst the younger crowd. Stylish cafes, fun taquerias, bars and clubs. Walk around during the day and stay for drinks and dancing at night.
Seafood heaven. Try their whole fish, promise you won't regret it.
Their vegetarian mushroom taco is delicious. Hands down one of my favorite tacos ever.
Beautiful ambiance, amazing fusion of Italian and Mexican cuisine and wine.
Museo Frida Kahlo
Step inside the house of Latin America's most celebrated woman artist. You'll get to see her studio, and learn about her challenging life dealing with health and relationship struggles.
Ranked one of the top 50 bars in the world. This fun speakeasy located in the La Juarez neighborhood is a must. Friendly staff, lively crowd, fun music and a great drink menu.
Use Hanky Panky as your starting point for the night and pop in to any neighboring bars after. La Juarez is a fun neighborhood you'll really enjoy.
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We are planning a trip to Mexico very soon and your blog has been a huge help to answer some of my questions and concerns.
Been dying to go to the Rosetta! Heard amazing reviews and hoping to try the menu soon.