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Described as Mexico’s premier racing circuit, this 4.3km track hosts the Formula One Mexican Grand Prix.
El Bazaar Sábado
Tour artists’ stalls, listen to passing musicians and performers, and enjoy delicious street food at this Saturday market.
Frida Kahlo Museum
Once Frida Kahlo’s home, “The Blue House” hosts paintings by Kahlo and Diego Rivera, as well as pre-Columbian sculptures, dramatizations, and a garden.
Designed for kids ages 2-14, this lively “city” spans 7,000 square meters of interactive and educational spaces that showcase different careers.
Mexico’s biggest museum features more than 857,000 square feet of exhibits and the world’s largest collection of pre-Columbian artifacts, including the Stone of the Sun.
Pepsi Center WTC
Located in the World Trade Center Mexico City and steps from our hotel, Pepsi Center WTC is a multifunctional venue that hosts concerts, sporting events and exhibitions and holds up to 8,000 people.
Renowned restaurant utilizing local, artisanal ingredients to recreate traditional Mexican dishes, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Featuring authentic Sonoran Mexican cuisine including flavorful cuts of meat, traditional flour tortillas, and famed coyotas dessert.
Japanese cuisine in an elegant atmosphere including terrace dining option. Menu offerings include sushi and sashimi in addition to teppanyaki and noodle dishes.
Northern Spanish dishes from the Basque region, including a selection of seafood as well as a famed risotto and curated wine list.