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Fly From New York to Mexico City International Airport
Dating back to the 14th century, the original Mexico City, or Tenochtitlan, ruled over the great Aztec empire for almost two centuries before the arrival of the Spanish. Mexico has repeatedly gone through rebirths and is now the largest city in the Western Hemisphere. With over 20 million inhabitants, Mexico City is a center of finance, culture, and sports. While the city's Centro boasts spectacular churches and museums, the barrios offer local delicacies and open markets. You can fly from New York to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) in 5.5 hours on over fifty flights per day, such as with United and Delta.
Facilities at Mexico City International Airport
Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is the hub for many airlines, including Aeromar and Aeromexico, and is served by over 30 international and national carriers. Interjet also offers direct flights from New York to Mexico City International (MEX). Besides bus and taxi service, the airport is connected to the city’s subway system. The Aerera Station is a short walk from Terminal 1 and connects to the station at Pantitlan where you can make connections to the rest of the city. There is a free monorail from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1.
Things to Do Near Mexico City International Airport
Many of the city’s most well-known landmarks are located in the downtown or Centro district. On the north side of the plaza is the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral, which is the largest cathedral in the Western Hemisphere. Just northeast of the plaza is the Templo Mayor, the original Aztec temple, and the Palacio Nacional with its fantastic murals. On the northeast side of Centro is a peaceful green oasis known as Alameda Central, which is home to Palacio de Bellas Artes and several other popular art museums, including the Museum of Popular Art and the House of Tiles. A short 5-minute drive from Centro along the Paseo de la Reforma is the Bosque de Chapultepec. Measuring over 1,700 acres, Bosque de Chapultepec is one of the largest city parks in the world and dates back to the Aztecs. It is the city’s most popular destination and is also home to a zoo and a marine park.
A common day trip for visitors who travel from New York to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is to visit the Teotihuacan Pyramids. Also known as the City of the Gods, the pyramids are 25 miles northeast of the city along Highway 1320. It is a very well-preserved temple complex that visitors can explore and climb to see the top of the Pyramid of the Sun. Many visitors combine a visit to Teotihuacan with a stop at the Shrine of our Lady of Guadalupe, the national shrine of Mexico where several million people visit yearly.
Hints and Tips for Mexico City International Airport
Flights from New York to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) fill up quickly in November through February when temperatures hover in the low 80-degree Fahrenheit range. Spectator sports are one of the biggest draws in the city, with Aztec Stadium drawing crowds in excess of 100,000 for soccer games. The Mexico City Red Devils play their home baseball games at Foro Sol. Boxing is also very popular, with the biggest matches being held in Arena Mexico, which is just southwest of Centro. An average meal for two at a restaurant will be under $25; eating at one of the many food stalls will cost less.
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