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Vacation rentals in Mexico City

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Popular amenities for Mexico City vacation rentals

Stay near Mexico City's top sights

Zócalo795 locals recommend
Bosque de Chapultepec943 locals recommend
Palacio De Bellas Artes23 locals recommend
auditorio nacional304 locals recommend
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe231 locals recommend
Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral269 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Mexico City

Guest favourite

Apartment in Condesa

4.91 out of 5 average rating, 197 reviews

Art Deco / Hipódromo Condesa Suite

Jan. 8 – 15

$174 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Townhouse in Mexico City

4.97 out of 5 average rating, 101 reviews

Entire Townhouse With Private Rooftop

Jan. 7 – 14

$234 CAD per night
Superhost

Apartment in Mexico City

4.87 out of 5 average rating, 259 reviews

Oasis w/Unbeatable View of Chapultepec & Fast WiFi

Jun. 20 – 27

$197 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Condo in Colonia Juárez

4.95 out of 5 average rating, 202 reviews

Unique apartment in Art Deco building Havre Street

Dec. 1 – 8

$158 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Condo in Mexico City

4.91 out of 5 average rating, 163 reviews

Mr. W | Apartment with a roof garden in the Condesa

Mar. 11 – 18

$240 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Apartment in Mexico City

4.99 out of 5 average rating, 146 reviews

Gorgeous 1940s biblioteca turned private apartment

Dec. 1 – 8

$391 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Apartment in Mexico City

4.96 out of 5 average rating, 99 reviews

Explore Mexico City from a Tranquil Loft in Polanco

May 7 – 14

$194 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Condo in Roma Norte

5.0 out of 5 average rating, 45 reviews

PH Condesa, unique, unbeatable, in front of Lardo

Jan. 14 – 21

$322 CAD per night

Your guide to Mexico City

All About Mexico City

Steeped in history, art, and culture, Mexico City is a fascinating destination to explore, offering something to entice every kind of traveller. What attracts many people here is the culinary traditions, and there’s no shortage of gastronomic options from fine dining to street food. When it comes to cultural history, CDMX (Mexico City) has a lot to offer with Aztec ruins set against ornate cathedrals and modern architecture. The city is so vast that you may want to start with the iconic sights in the centre. Start in Zócalo plaza and work your way outwards to visit the city’s historic sites and buildings nearby. There are also great day trips to the surrounding areas for nature buffs looking to hike and explore the breathtaking scenery. Whether you’re interested in the main sights or only the hidden corners, there is so much to see that the only thing you’ll be missing is more time.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mexico City

While any time of the year is a great time to visit Mexico city because of its overall warm weather, it is advisable to plan your travels in the dry months. The rainy season runs from May through October, with June to August seeing average rainfall all month long. Furthermore, peak summer also brings with it hot, humid weather. Spring, autumn, and winter are therefore the ideal times to plan your stay. This will make walking around more comfortable, and dining outdoors on a patio much more enjoyable. In the winter, the temperature rarely falls into the single digits, so even a light jacket will suffice for the colder season. Given its location, winter will also see longer days, which make it a great place to visit for those looking to escape northern winters, but don’t want to spend their vacation on a beach.


Top things to do in Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts)

This UNESCO designated monument is an essential stop on any trip to Mexico City. Try to get tickets to a performance and see its stage. Head in a little bit early to take in all the finer details of its Art Deco and Art Nouveau details and artwork throughout. If you’re unable to see a show, the palace is also an art museum housing exhibitions and pieces.

Chapultepec Forest

You could spend all day just visiting the park, and you should, but dedicate some time to the Museum of Anthropology, too. Here you’ll learn about the cultural history of Mexico from ancient times. Across the park, Chapultepec Castle is a stunning architectural marvel whose hilltop vistas provide a unique view across the city.

Coyoacan

Grab the metro or a cab and head down into the suburban borough of Coyoacan. You can walk around the streets in search of churros and a coffee in the morning before spending the afternoon in the iconic Frida Kahlo Museum. You’ll learn all about the renowned artist, her life, and because the museum is located in her old house, you will get a sense for how she lived.

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