Posts in Category: Mexico City

Discover Art and Cuisine in Mexico City, the City of Frida

Journey Mexico recently chatted with Travel Agent Central about Mexico City . Below are excerpts from the article “Art and Cuisine in… Read more »

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Where to Dine in Mexico City: Aida

Behind a discreet side door from inside the Hippodrome Boutique Hotel in Condesa hides a haven for food lovers. Aida, a… Read more »

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Journey Mexico – Mexico City News

After just six short months of opening our first Journey Mexico office in Mexico City (and third in the country), we are… Read more »

Mexico City’s Quaint Neighborhoods, Rich Culture and Delectable Cuisine

Why Spring Travelers Should Flock To Mexico City – Quaint Neighborhoods, Rich Culture and Delectable Cuisine Abound in Mexico’s Capital  A… Read more »

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The Hippodrome Boutique Hotel Debuts in Mexico City’s Condesa Neighborhood

The Ulta Luxe Hippodrome Hotel Debuts in  Mexico City’s Fashionable La Condesa District – The Private 16-Room Hotel Reopens After a… Read more »

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Restaurants and Where to Eat in Mexico City

Thanks to our presence and new office in Mexico City, we’re able to acquire truly unique and insider information of all… Read more »

Hotel Downtown, A Hip Oasis Among Cobblestone Streets – #MexicoJourney

Hotel Downtown, a boutique hotel located within walking distance from Mexico City’s main plaza and within the blocks that make… Read more »

Best Family Hotels and Resorts in Mexico

Mexico is one of the best places in the world for a family vacation! It is custom in Mexican culture… Read more »

Mexico Makes the List for “World’s Best Hotels”

Travel + Leisure  released their 2014 500 ‘World’s Best Hotels Awards this month which are a collection of hotels and resorts around the globe… Read more »

Dolores Olmedo Museum in Mexico City Welcomes Frida and Diego

It’s been almost two years since Frida and Diego went away. During this travel, they have been to Germany, Canada,… Read more »

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Chalchiuhtlicue, The Aztec Goddess of Water – #MexicoJourney

Mexico City’s Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Antropology) is one of the city’s most important and most visited… Read more »

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72 Hours in the Roma – Mexico City

by  Lydia Carey Why go anywhere when you’re right where you want to be? Mexico City’s Roma neighborhood, where hipsters,… Read more »

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Mexico on The World’s 50 Best Restaurant List 2014

Always an anticipated event for culinary geniuses and serious foodies is the  “The World’s 50  Best Restaurant List”.  The World’s… Read more »

Five Mexico City Exhibits That You Should See This Spring

by  Lydia Carey  From contemporary art to the Inquisition, Mexico City has a museum for everything. As the country’s cultural… Read more »

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Where to Dine in Mexico City: Restaurant Sue 45 (formerly Cornelia)

UPDATE Nov 2015: CLOSED. SUE 45 IS NO LONGER IN OPERATION.   Hotel Busué and one of Mexico’s renowned chefs, Arturo Fernandez,… Read more »

My Segway Tour Through Mexico City

Living in Mexico City for over two years, I have seen and experienced a lot but still haven’t covered it… Read more »

New Contemporary Art Museum Opens in Mexico City

Mexico’s capital, Distrito Federal, or better known as Mexico City, is a teeming metropolis of intensity and innovation and is… Read more »

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Best New Hotels In Mexico 2013

If you’re looking for the newest and hottest hotels in the world, Mexico is a great place to start. In Condé… Read more »