In the Mexican solar system, Mexico City is and has always been the sun.
Despite been heavily chastised in the past, the city is now improving its image.
Public areas are being revitalised, the culinary industry is growing, and a cultural revival is in full swing.
Furthermore, the nation’s capital has generally managed to remove itself from the drug war, making it a safe haven of sorts.
Rather from scaring away visitors, the 2017 earthquakes revealed a young culture that drew appreciation for its unity.
A trip around the capital’s bustling downtown district exposes the city’s rich history, from pre-Hispanic and colonial splendour to its modern edge.
Old-school cantinas, intriguing museums, inspired restaurants, and boating excursions along ancient canals provide plenty of escape valves in this high-octane megalopolis.
With so much going on, you may want to reconsider your beach plans.