Mexico City Private Jet Charter Flights and Jet Hire Mexico
Mexico City is a six district, sprawling metropolis situated in south central Mexico. Its size can be daunting for many travelers, however, one visit will bring you back for more. The best time to find a private jet charter flight to Mexico City is during the winter or during the rainy season from May to October. The best time to travel to Mexico City is during the spring from April to May, however, charter airline flights and hotels will be priced at their highest. Flying into Mexico City is easy. Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) is located on the east side of the city and flights from most major cities in the world fly into it. About 25 miles south of Mexico City is Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos International Airport (TLC).
Where to stay
Whether you need budget lodging or can afford the best, Mexico City offers many places to lodge. For the budget conscious, Hostel Mexico City, located at Republica de Brasil No. 8. Hotel Majesticis, is great for those who might be backpacking through Mexico and just need a place to hang their hat. If you're looking to stay in the city, the Hotel Majestic, located at Av Madero 73, Centro Histórico, offers amazing panoramic views of Zócalo Square. When money isn't an issue, well, even the best really isn't that expensive. The Presidente Intercontinental Mexico City, located at Campos Eliseos 218, Distrito Federal, offers a sleek and modern design with rooms that have great views of Chapultepec Park or the city skyline. Starting at $104 U.S. per night, even these rooms won’t break the budget.
What to do
Once you've unpacked, be ready to travel to different venues by cab, metro rail or bus to see all of the different sites that Mexico City has to offer. Plaza de la Constitucion, better known as Zócalo in Centro Historico is one of the largest city squares in the world and sits in the center of many historic buildings and cathedrals. Chapultepec Park and Zoo is located in the middle of the city and is home to many attractions including several museums and of course the city zoo. Six Flags Mexico is the only Six Flags amusement park outside of North America and features exciting roller-coasters and other thrilling rides. Lucha Libre is where you'll find the favored pastime of locals in Mexico City, Mexican free wrestling. Highly entertaining, this sport is finding its way into the hearts of foreigners, worldwide.
Where to eat
After a sun-warmed day full of fun, an evening will require a replenishing of the spirit by way of food. Hacienda de los Morales (Vázquez de Mella 525), this restaurant has the ambiance and menu you'd expect when you're looking for a traditional home-cooked Mexican meal. Fonda El Refugio (Liverpool 166), classic and refined, this restaurant is considered by most to have the best cuisine that Mexico City has to offer. For over 40 years Fonda has served traditional Mexican dishes as well as dishes from around the world. D.O. (Hegel 406, Polanco), regardless of what you want, whether its bulls tail stew or anchovies, D.O. will serve it. Casa Merlos (Victoriano Zepeda 80, Observatorio), if you only eat at one restaurant, eat at Casa Merlos. High ceilings and stone arches house poblano fare that includes chalupas and fried insects. Don't be misled, they're amazingly crunchy and tasty. El Cardenal (Avenida de las Palmas 215, Lomas de Chapultepec), start off the day right with a traditional breakfast or brunch of sweet pastries made with coconut and figs and wash it down with some tasty hot chocolate or nata (clotted cream).