|Airport code||MEX||MEX is the airport IATA code on flights to Mexico City|
|Top Airline||VivaAerobus||Popular airline with flights to Mexico City|
Located deep within the Mexican heartland, Mexico City is a historic city experiencing a modern renaissance. Really three cities in one, Pre-Hispanic ruins cover the city, as do stunning examples of colonial era architecture, while the city still remains a modern, bustling metropolis, turning it into a true melting pot of Central American cultures. Visitors can discover the dazzling culture of Central America with numerous festivals and carnivals throughout the year as well as a spectacular nightlife. There is also a thriving culinary scene in the city, with both traditional Central American and European flavors coming together to create what is for many the gastronomic capital of the region. Discover here the best offers for Flight + Hotel to Mexico.
After arriving, travellers will be able to rest their weary heads at any of a number of fine hotels. The city has restaurants enough to cater for any budget, be it fine dining at a award winning restaurant or street food vendors serving piping hot tortillas or rice dishes. Festivals, sports fields and street performers are dotted throughout the city, which, together with the outstanding bars and eclectic nightlife, give the appearance of a city that never sleeps or stops having fun. If at any time, it becomes overwhelming, you can relax with a panoply of slower paced attractions, including the Museo Nacional de Arte or the National Museum of Anthropology, ensuring that Mexico City truly does have something for every traveller.
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The city is served by Mexico City International Airport, the second busiest airport in Latin America. It has recently experienced a vast amount of investment to meet the demands that increased tourism has placed upon it and is one of the best equipped airports in the region.
A number of airlines operate flights to Mexico City including: Volaris, Interjet and Aeroméxico.
The airport is located approximately 3 miles east of Downtown Mexico City.
There are numerous ways of getting to the airport. The airport is serviced by the Mexico City Metro on line 5 and there are also many bus lines from the city that lead to the airport. The government have also constructed a Metrobus that runs from Buenavista station to the airport. Road access is also available, with car rental and taxi services available in the city center.