Mexico City, by local people

Traveling is good, but traveling with tips from local people is much better. Here are the tips from my local friend from Mexico City.

Memo Salina. @memosalinas7

Memo Salina. @memosalinas7

Let’s start with the hotel indication:

His favorites, like mine, are the Four Seasons Hotel and the St. Regis. The two are listed on my list of where to stay in Mexico City.

They are wonderful luxury hotels in the Mexican capital, both very well located in privileged regions.

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You are waiting to know where you were well during your trip. For this, the Memo Salinas recommended the Rokai.

Rokai. Foto: Google

Rokai. Photo: Google

One of the city’s best rated Japanese cuisine restaurants, it offers a very good lunch and dinner!

No one likes to stay in the hotel during the night every day of the trip, so our guide of the time stated obligatory stop the nightclubs: 3 Nightlife and Dinsmoor.

Dinsmoor. Foto: Google

Dinsmoor. Photo: Google

Dinsmoor is one of the most exclusive ballads in the City. Its sophisticated atmosphere makes the nightclub very well evaluated. The music can range from electronic to house music.

To finalize this guide with a golden key, the last tip is of a tourist point not to be missed: Chapultepec Palace.

Castelo de Chapultec. Foto: Google

Castelo de Chapultepec. Foto: Google

Also already indicated in my list of places to go in Mexico City, the Palace is one of the most famous architectures of Mexico and is surrounded by a spectacular garden.

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