There's never been a better time to visit Mexico City! 2018's World Design Capital has amazing landmarks, plus a ton of cool restaurants, bars, cafés, and more.
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Mexico City may be renowned for its modernism — including a youthful, creative population, a vibrant contemporary art scene, and raucous nightlife — but it's the city's history, stacked up like layers of fossiliferous strata, that makes a trip here so intoxicating. The oldest edifices are concentrated in the aptly named Centro Histórico district, but you can catch glimpses of the past throughout the entire Valley of Mexico; it just all depends on what era you are looking for.
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You still see her there in Roma: Cleo, the silent and suffering indigenous housekeeper in director Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma.” I watch her from the window of my room in the afternoons. She tips a wave of water from her heavy bucket onto the tiled courtyard floor, then runs it down with a broom, scraping the soot and the mud and, yes, sometimes the piles of excrement the neighbors’ dogs leave behind. Cuaron didn’t spare any dirty details from his Oscar-nominated masterpiece.
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Mexico City is BIG and with that comes many options for delicious food. So we took it upon ourselves to seek out the best street food vendors in the city. From squash blossoms and “corn smut” to the heartiest sandwich you've ever eaten, Mexico City’s street vendors have something to satisfy nearly any craving.
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To help you pick the honeymoon of your dreams, we’ve selected two “can’t miss” destinations on each continent, with a few extras in the Caribbean and Mexico (owing to the fact that, together with the US, these regions are the most popular honeymoon destinations for American couples).