Mexico City Itinerary 4 Days

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4 Days in Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the biggest capital cities in the world and a very popular tourist destination in the Americas. The city has its fair share of art, history, culture, and gastronomy that has left visitors amazed and in awe.

Marvel at the Museo Soumaya

A private museum in Mexico City, the Museo Soumaya houses a private art collection of more than 70000 works from 15th to mid-20th century. Here you can also view Carlos Slim’s private art collection.

Walk around the Chapultepec Lake

Located inside the Chapultepec Park, this lake is simply tranquil. Offering beautiful city views, you can walk around the trail here and slip into peacefulness.

Visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe

This Roman Catholic church basilica and National shrine of Mexico is one of the top attractions in Mexico City. A must see for all the Catholics!

Get tipsy in Mexico City

This city is known for its margarita bars! Helado Obscuro Bar, Malamén, Villa Maria and Licorería Limantour are some of the best bars to try out handcrafted cocktails.

Spot wall art at La Roma

One of the coolest neighbourhoods in the city, La Roma is full of colourful and innovative street art. Walk down its many streets and chance upon spotting cool wall art.

Try Chilequilas

Some locals believe that Chilaquiles are the greatest food ever and you should definitely try it while in Mexico City. This dish made from corn tortillas that are cut in quarters, lightly fried and topped with some cheese and sauces.

Indulge in some retail therapy at Polanco Neighbourhood

As one of the swankiest neighbourhoods of Mexico City, Polanco has many upscale luxe shops where you can literally shop till you drop. This is where the city’s elite sip, dine, and shop.

Shop off the street

Here you must haggle hard! The many streets of Mexico City have vendors selling different forms of local handicrafts, shawls, clothes, and carpets.

Visit the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral

The largest cathedral in the Americas, the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, or the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven is a must visit.

Click a picture at the CDMX Symbol

There are a few scattered all over the city. Find the one nearest to you and click a picture at this iconic symbol

Wander around its neighbourhoods

With no purpose on mind, spend an afternoon wandering around the many neighbourhoods of Mexico City. Some of the most colourful neighbourhoods in the city are Condesa, Roma, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, and San Rafael.

Brush up on your Spanish

Strike a conversation with a local and work on that Spanish accent! Start saying ‘como estas’ or ‘tenga un buen día’ to the people you meet.

Enjoy a refreshing smoothie

Quench your thirst with a refreshing smoothie or juice at one of the juguerías (juice bars). Jugos María Cristina, Café Garko, and Fruta Editorial are some of the places to enjoy a refreshing drink.

Buy souvenirs to take back home

Head to Colonial Mexico where there are a lot of things you can buy. From handmade jewellery, candles, and home ornaments to some great coffee, places like Mercado de Artesanías, Bazar del Sabado, Casa FUSION, and Common People are some of the best places to buy souvenirs.

Try the tacos!

Mexico City is known to have some of the best tacos in the world. Whether it's meat-stuffed fried gorditas, or queso fundido, the city has so much to offer.
Click a picture at the Angel of Independence –
A victory column at a roundabout in the centre of the downtown, the Angel of Independence is a popular monument in Mexico City.

Ride an EcoBici

Launched by the government of Mexico City in 2010, this bicycle sharing system will enable you to pick up a bike at one of the bike station and drive around the city.

Tours in Mexico City Worth Adding to Your 4-Day Trip

The several attractions that Mexico City offers will definitely add up to your experience. Hence, without any delay, book some interesting and fun tours such as

Best Hotels in Mexico City for 4 Day Trip

These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Mexico City itinerary 4 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

Looking for a Shorter Trip to Mexico City

If you are looking for shorter itineraries, checkout Mexico City itinerary 2 days or 3 days in Mexico City. Get hints on planning your weekends or long breaks to enjoy the best of Mexico City.

Looking for a Longer Itinerary to Mexico City

Itinerary more than 4 days in Mexico City can give you freedom to explore the city in detail. Taste the best of life at Mexico City. You can explore city on your own or opt for some tours. Explore itineraries for longer holidays like 5 days in Mexico City or 6 days in Mexico City.

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