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16th Apr to 21st Apr, 2024Budget Friendly Flight
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Things to do in Mexico City, Mexico in April

Day 1 - Wednesday 17th, Apr
morning -

Visit Zocalo, the main square in the city and explore the Metropolitan Cathedral and National Palace

afternoon -

Explore the Templo Mayor, the main temple of the Aztecs and visit the Palacio de Bellas Artes

evening -

Enjoy a traditional Mexican dinner at El Cardenal and try the enchiladas or mole poblano

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Day 2 - Thursday 18th, Apr
morning -

Explore the Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as the Blue House, and explore the artistic neighborhood of Coyoacan

afternoon -

Visit the National Museum of Anthropology and explore the Chapultepec Park

evening -

Enjoy delicious street food at Mercado de la Merced, try the famous tacos and quesadillas

Day 3 - Friday 19th, Apr
morning -

Visit the Soumaya Museum and explore the upscale neighborhood of Polanco

afternoon -

Explore the street art in La Roma and visit the Mercado Roma for a variety of local and international cuisine

evening -

Dine at Contramar for some of the best seafood in the city

Weather in Mexico City, Mexico in Invalid date
Avg Temp15°C to 28°C
Chance of Rain20%

April is a great time to visit Mexico City. The weather is warm and sunny, with average temperatures ranging from 15 to 28 degrees Celsius. There is a low chance of rain, but it's always a good idea to pack a light jacket or sweater in case of cool evenings. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Mexico

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Mexico City, Mexico

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight, breathable clothing -

Mexico City's weather is warm and humid, so pack clothes made from breathable fabrics such as cotton, linen, or moisture-wicking synthetics.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking in Mexico City, so make sure to pack comfortable shoes with good support.

Light jacket or sweater -

Evenings can be cool, so pack a light jacket or sweater in case you need it.

Hat -

The sun can be strong in Mexico City, so pack a hat to protect your head and face.

Swimsuit -

If you're planning on swimming in the hotel pool or visiting a beach, pack a swimsuit.


Sunglasses -

The sun can be strong in Mexico City, so pack sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Sunscreen -

Protect your skin from the sun by packing sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

Insect repellent -

Mosquitoes can be a nuisance in Mexico City, so pack insect repellent to keep them away.

First-aid kit -

Pack a small first-aid kit with basic supplies like bandages, antiseptic wipes, and pain relievers.

Universal adapter -

If you're traveling from outside of Mexico, pack a universal adapter so you can plug in your electronics.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your travel dates. If you need a visa, apply for it well in advance.

Travel insurance -

Protect yourself against unexpected events like lost luggage or medical emergencies by purchasing travel insurance.

Money -

The Mexican peso (MXN) is the local currency. You can exchange currency at banks, exchange bureaus, and hotels. Credit cards are widely accepted in Mexico City.

Medications -

Pack any prescription medications you need, as well as any over-the-counter medications you may need.

Important documents -

Make copies of your important documents, such as your passport, visa, and travel insurance policy, and store them separately from the originals.

Good to have

Guidebook or travel app -

A guidebook or travel app can help you plan your itinerary and learn more about Mexico City's attractions.

Spanish phrasebook -

Even if you don't speak Spanish, learning a few basic phrases can be helpful.

Camera -

Capture your memories of Mexico City with a camera.

Reusable water bottle -

Stay hydrated by bringing a reusable water bottle and filling it up throughout the day.

Snacks -

Pack some snacks to keep you going between meals.


Phone and charger -

Your phone is essential for staying connected and navigating the city.

Laptop or tablet -

If you need to stay connected for work or school, bring your laptop or tablet.

Portable charger -

Keep your electronics charged on the go with a portable charger.

Noise-canceling headphones -

Block out the noise of the city with noise-canceling headphones.

Travel adapters -

Make sure you have the right travel adapters for your electronics.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are both widely accepted in Mexico City. However, it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases.

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