Four Seasons: The view of the inner courtyard is absolutely stunning. Plus, it’s right near the heart of the city!
The Brick Hotel: A gorgeous luxury hotel in La Roma district.
Octavia Casa: This hotel actually originated from a contemporary clothing brand and is a major vibe! So earthy and organic.
Love a good marg? Grab one (or two) at La Nacional Find the best tostada of your life at la Chaparrita de Coyoacan inside the Coyoacan Market
Treat yourself to the tasting menu at Pujol
Dine in the most gorgeous courtyard at Rosetta
Take a break from adventuring for lunch at ENO For a Mexican-European fusion brunch, take a trip to Lardo
In the mood for a super casual meal, check out El Tizoncito (just don’t leave without trying their tacos al pastor — it’s what they’re known for!)
Any of the shops in the fabulous area of Condesa will be a perfect place to startFor the most amazing conceptual shopping experience, visit Xinú Perfumes. We went back twice we loved it so much!
Cihuah Store: Conscious fashion & design Take a day trip to Old Textile Factory in Hércules, Querétaro which is full of shops, restaurants and the local Hercules Brewery
Carmen Rion is a great women's clothing boutique that works with artisans in Chiapas to create truly unique pieces of clothing and accessories
LAGO: a concept store with over 45 designers from the Latinamerican region
IKA: If you can’t already tell by our guide, Mexico City has phenomenal concept stores. Here’s another great one!Shop Mexico City’s slow makers and local designers at Columpio
Mooni: We’re all about the arts and this is a fantastic emerging artist gallery. It’s also a part of Columpio so you can hit both in the same day!Make a pit stop at Simple by Trista for contemporary Mexican design El Bazaar Sabado: a super cool old building filled with tons of local shops, art galleries, and concept stores (this area in general has a lot of other cute shops, too!)
Explore the house of famous architect LuisBarragánLet the shopping continue at La CiudadelaMercado De Artesanias
We highly recommend spending a day at the Frida Kahlo Museum — and be sure to check out the separate exhibit with her clothing!Visit the Museo Nacional de Antropología (MNA Museum)and discover the amazing archaeological collections of Mexico (plus it’s super close to the Four Seasons!)
Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC): an incredible museum for all things contemporary artSee some of the great murals including ones by Diego Rivera at Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes
Explore the gardens and grounds ofDolores Olmedo (which is now an is an art museum in the capital of Mexico!)The cuisine here is to die for, so find a foodie tour that interests you and book it!