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Cheap flights to Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City

Jetradar compares airfares to Mexico City with hundreds of airlines and dozens of online travel agencies in one single place. We provide you with all the options, you choose where to book. Also there you can find airlines special offers to Mexico City. Facts about Mexico City: Mexico City connects with 1095 cities nonstop. There are 2 airports in Mexico City: Internacional Benito Juarez, Licenciado Adolfo Lopez Mateos International. 175 airlines have flights to Mexico City.

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Mexico City Airports

  • Internacional Benito Juarez MEX
  • Licenciado Adolfo Lopez Mateos International TLC

Weather in Mexico City

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January 12.5 8.0
February 14.0 5.0
March 16.5 11.0
April 18.0 23.0
May 18.5 56.0
June 18.0 115.0
July 17.5 142.0
August 17.5 134.0
September 17.0 117.0
October 15.5 45.0
November 14.5 15.0
December 13.0 6.0
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The total population of Mexico City is

12,294,000 people.

Mexico City City Guide

Brief History

Once a land of lakes and Aztec tribes, the part of Mexico now home to Mexico City was a shadow of the activity you will find here today. The Spanish arrived in the 16th century, and crushed the communities that were inhabiting the area, creating modern Mexico closer to what we know it as now. Ups and downs, revolutions and battles for independence followed for Mexico over the coming centuries, and now it exists as one of the most fascinating yet misunderstood countries on the planet. Mexico City is no different, and here you’ll find anything and everything, from all walks of life, within its boundaries.

Popular Attractions

With a history that dates back longer than any of us can even comprehend, there is plenty to do in Mexico City and the surrounding area. For jaw-dropping architecture, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace, and the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe should all go on your list. In general, the historical center of Mexico City hosts a plethora of architecture to feast your eyes upon. To go back into Mexico’s distant past, make sure you visit nearby Teotihuacán for a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is sure to impress. The pre-Colombian pyramids you’ll find here are an essential site for anyone visiting Mexico City, and just a short one-hour drive away. As for museums, the National Museum of Anthropology, Frida Kahlo Museum, and Modern Art Museum are just three examples of some ideal culture vulture activities in Mexico City.


Mexico has one of the single most distinct and beloved cuisines on the planet, so you won’t find it difficult to get great food here in Mexico City. From fine dining to market life and street food so good it will make your tongue melt, you’ll find it all in the crazy metropolis. Sink a burrito, chomp on some tacos, and wash it all down with one of Mexico’s signature beers.


Benito Juarez International Airport is a hugely popular for regional and international flights. Here you can find flight to and from cities in Europe, Asia, North and South America. If you need a city to connect in, check out places like New York or Los Angeles.

Tips for Travelers

Safety in Mexico City can be a problem, but if you do some research into safe neighbourhoods and take advice from your accommodation, you should be okay. One big tip is to never hail a cab from the street – ask your hotel to call you one. For other ways to get around, Mexico City has a metro, several different bus systems, and minibuses that you can use. Driving a car is not advised because of the bad traffic and reckless drivers. Mexico City is 7,349ft (2,240m) above sea level, so the altitude may affect you. Pace yourself when it comes to physical activity.

Fun Facts

Mexico City is sinking at an alarming rate – over 9 meters in the last 1,000 years, in fact. In particular, the land around the Angel of Independence, a famous column in Mexico City, has sunk so much that 23 new steps had to be put in around the column’s base so that visitors could reach it. Mexico City has had one of the fastest growing populations our world has ever known. At the end of the 19th century, there were a mere 500,000 people living in Mexico City – now there are more than 20 million. Mexico City has the most museums in the world – at last count there was over 1,000.

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