On your next trip to Mexico’s capital, consider our Mexico City car hire services. Mexico City is one of the world’s largest cities both in size and population, it is also a very old city as well, dating back to 1325.
When you get into the city via airplane you will most probably land at the Mexico City Airport called Benito Juarez Airport. From the airport you can reach the city via regulated and secure airport taxis or the metro but your best choice by far will be to employ our Mexico City car rental services and have a car ready for you at the airport as soon as you land.
The city is indeed a huge place and while having a car at your disposal will make your quest for its attractions and sights somewhat easier you will still need to do a solid amount of proper research into what you want to see and where it is situated.
When it comes to attractions the downtown area of Mexico City has been settled since the pre-Columbian era and the city features lots of historical buildings and landmarks which date from every time period since the 12th century.
The Plaza de la Constitucion which is commonly known as Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world and it’s surrounded by old buildings such as the City Hall and the Cathedral.
The Mexico Cathedral is the largest in the Americas and contains many altars with its main one being made from solid gold.
Even though the cathedral is the largest one in the Americas the holiest place for Catholics in the Americas is the Basilica de Guadalupe which houses the poncho of Juan Diego, the one that contains the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
A different type of attraction is the Plaza Garibaldi-Mariachi; this square is surrounded by loads of cafes and restaurants which are very popular with tourists as well as various groups of folk musicians.
Considering the sheer size of the city these are of course only a few examples of the many things that you can see and do there, but considering our Mexico City car hire services will allow you to see many more sights and attractions.