Mexico City Travel Guide

Andrew Zimmern travels to Mexico City to explore the city’s new fusion of cuisine.


Activities
Tepito Market
Explore the sprawling 25-street Tepito Market and encounter precious goods, an iconic religious shrine and some amazing street food, such as migas, a soup of pork, pig knuckles, tendons, bone marrow and other bits.
  • Gustavo A. Madero
  • Mexico City, Polanco 07270 Mexico

Tepito Market

Explore the sprawling 25-street Tepito Market and encounter precious goods, an iconic religious shrine and some amazing street food, such as migas, a soup of pork, pig knuckles, tendons, bone marrow and other bits.
Gustavo A. Madero Mexico City, Polanco, Mexico
Xochimilco Market
Visit this market for an array of fresh ingredients and traditional Mexican dishes, such as tamales made with whole minnows, mushroom and chili tamales, and chicharron prensado, or pieces of pork confit.
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  • Av Nuevo Leon s/n
  • Mexico City, Santa Crucita Mexico

Xochimilco Market

Visit this market for an array of fresh ingredients and traditional Mexican dishes, such as tamales made with whole minnows, mushroom and chili tamales, and chicharron prensado, or pieces of pork confit.
Av Nuevo Leon s/n Mexico City, Santa Crucita, Mexico

Hotels
Las Alcobas
The perfect hotel in Mexico City is conveniently situated in the heart of it all — within walking distance of popular restaurants and shops.
  • Presidente Masaryk 390A
  • Mexico City, Polanco 11560 Mexico

Las Alcobas

The perfect hotel in Mexico City is conveniently situated in the heart of it all — within walking distance of popular restaurants and shops.
Presidente Masaryk 390A Mexico City, Polanco, Mexico
Phone: +52 55-3300-3900

Restaurants & Bars
Pujol
Visit this world-renowned restaurant, which is run by Mexico’s most famous chef, Enrique Olvera. Order Pujol’s famous escamoles (ant eggs), filled with bone marrow emulsion and served on charred leeks tied with chives.
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  • Francisco Petrarca 254
  • Mexico City, Miguel Hidalgo 11570 Mexico

Pujol

Visit this world-renowned restaurant, which is run by Mexico’s most famous chef, Enrique Olvera. Order Pujol’s famous escamoles (ant eggs), filled with bone marrow emulsion and served on charred leeks tied with chives.
Francisco Petrarca 254 Mexico City, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico
Phone: +52 55-5545-4111

Transportation
Mexico City International Airport
Fly on almost any national or international carrier right into Mexico City by way of Mexico City International Airport.
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Photo by Eric O'Connell
  • Av Capitan Carlos León s/n
  • Mexico City, Peñón de los Baños 15620 Mexico

Mexico City International Airport

Fly on almost any national or international carrier right into Mexico City by way of Mexico City International Airport.
Av Capitan Carlos León s/n Mexico City, Peñón de los Baños, Mexico
Phone: +52 55-2482-2424

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