Mexico city is more than just business. With its historic architecture, booming gastronomy, and cutting-edge cultural scene, Mexico City now offers the same charm as any big city in Europe. Moreover, there is a lot to do beyond drinking tequila, listening to mariachi bands, and attending business meetings! Recently, the Mexico Tourism Board has done a great job in highlighting the city’s museums, artists, chefs, and boutiques.
Mexico City has more museums than any other city in the world. Not only can you find huge collections of pre-Columbian, colonial and contemporary art, there are artifacts displaying Mexico’s rich cultural, social, political and economic heritage. The most famous national museums are the Anthropology and History Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Modern Art Museum, the San Ildefonso Museum, and the Templo Mayor museum.
There’s culinary magic in Mexico with an explosion of creative chefs adding imaginative touches to the traditional kitchen. It’s not surprising Mexico is a foodie destination. Whether you stop at a taqueria on the street or dine at one of the marquee new hot spots, your palate will be delighted.
Mexico City is the cultural capital of Latin America; you can watch Mexican folklore ballet and temporary art exhibitions at the colossal white marble opera house with a Tiffany stained-glass curtain, known as Palacio De Bellas Artes. This beautiful building was designed by the famous Italian Adamo Boari, and inaugurated in 1934. Inside, you can see paintings by several celebrated Mexican artists, including Rufino Tamayo, Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros.
Mexico is home to one of the planet’s great urban travel destinations, a city with unmatched cultural attractions and a world-renowned gastronomy scene. Make Mexico City your next corporate event venue and enjoy the experience of one the most contrasting, exciting and inspiring capital cities in the world.