Ciudad de Mexico

Campus Ciudad de México

City Information

Ciudad de México

Welcome to one of the most Cosmopolitan cities in the world! Mexico City offers their visitors a rich intercultural environment, where you will be able to immerse yourself into a traditional Mexican lifestyle, but without giving up the advantages of an urban life. Likewise, there are endless museums, varied nightlife, all sorts of food, nice weather during the entire year and much more. Since it is located in the central area of the country, it is also the best point for travelling or moving to other tourist spots.

Some of the most representative places of the city are:


It is a typical and colonial place where all sorts of people hang out, especially artists, journalists and intellectuals, hence offering a peaceful and artistic environment. This is the place where the famous artist Frida Kahlo was born, lived and died. You will also be able to find different museums, libraries, all kinds of craft, jewelry, art, typical food, restaurants and coffee shops. Downtown Coyoacan is the second most visited place within Mexico City, only surpassed by Mexico City’s historic downtown. It is located only 20 minutes away from the Campus.

Historic Downtown

This place holds a very big place in Mexican history, since it was here where the ancient Mexicas founded their empire and where the Spaniards settled the capital of the Spanish colony. Nowadays, it is one of the most visited places by tourists and offers a wide range of visiting options, from restaurants to museums. It is located about 40 minutes away from the Campus.

Condesa / Roma

It is an ideal meeting point for young people. You will be able to find here a large variety of Mexican art and design, as well as different boutiques, galleries, libraries, restaurants, coffee shops, bars and night clubs. These two districts form the cultural corridor “Roma-Condesa” and are located 30 minutes away from Campus.

San Ángel

San Angel is one of the most beautiful districts within Mexico City, famous for its typical Mexican architecture. It holds one of the biggest popular-art markets in the country, different art galleries and an open air craft market on weekends, apart from restaurants, libraries and night clubs.


Xoxhimilco is maybe one of the most traditional and famous places in Mexico City. The name comes from the nahuatl and means “city of flowers”, since in this region are seeded and sold hundreds of plants each year. The most known attraction are the “Trajineras” that are a sort of a boat with chairs and tables decorated with flowers, where you can eat, listen music and hang out with your friends while crossing the river.


It is an archeological zone known also as “City of Gods”. Once it was one of the biggest cities of Mesoamérica in the pre-Hispanic era, it was also declared as World Heritage by the Unesco in 1987. It is located approximately an hour away from Mexico City and houses the Sun and the Moon pyramids. These places were sacred for their inhabitants in which they made ceremonies along with priests to their gods.