Mexico City, love it or hate it, there is nearly nothing in between good and bad.
It's a nice looking coulorful megalopolis,
exhilarating and overpowering. One moment the city is all music, glamour and excitement; the next it's drabness, poverty,
suffocating crowds and pollution. It contradicts itself at every turn with its colonial palaces, friendly people, deafening
traffic and peaceful green parks.
Mexico City is a strong magnet for Mexicans and visitors like. With nearly a quarter
of the country's population, it is the head of the country economically, politically and culturally.
And for all
tastes and wallet sizes you can find a cheeseburger, tacos and other exotic meals. You will be succesful to find it somewhere
in the cosmopolitan maze. As for entertainment, you can disco one night, and mariachi, take a movie, or enjoy a symphony orchestra
at work. This city has a fast, and unpredictable, heartbeat - you won't be bored for a minute.
No other place in the Caribbean, or the world, gives you the latest in luxury resorts at the doorstep of the ancient
civilizations of the mysterious Maya. Chichen-Itza, Tulum, and Coba all are spectacular examples of the ancient cities. An
excursion to one or more of these sites should be on everyone's itinerary - there's no other place on earth like them