Cheap Flights to Mexico City Juarez International in 2019
Cheap Flights to Mexico City Juarez International Airport
If you want to experience the real Mexico, skip the beachfront resorts and head directly to the country's capital city. Mexico City is built upon the foundations of more than seven hundred years of culture, from the days when it was a magnificent Aztec capital, through the reign of the Spaniards, all the way to its current status as one of the world's fastest-growing metropolises. Skyscanner helps Canadian travelers find cheap flights to Mexico City Juarez International Airport with its unique month search tool and personalized price alert notifications.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Mexico City Juarez International Airport
The weather in Mexico City is temperate year-round, with the hottest temperatures falling between April and June, afternoon showers occurring between July and October, and cooler evenings arriving from November until February. Since weather is rarely a concern, travelers should book their flights to Mexico City when they receive a price alert about a sale on airfares, or during a festival like Semana Santa (in the week before Easter) or Day of the Dead (in early November).
Airlines That Fly to Mexico City Juarez International Airport
Both Air Canada and Aeromexico offer direct service from several Canadian airports to Mexico City Juarez International Airport. Recently, China Southern has also started to offer direct flights from Vancouver. Many other airlines offer flights from Canada to Mexico City with a brief stopover at other American and Mexican airports.
Mexico City Juarez International Airport is located to the east of the city center. Most international flights use Terminal 1, while domestic flights use the smaller Terminal 2. Passengers without large luggage can use the convenient subway system that connects Terminal 1 with the rest of the city, while official taxis are a better option for travelers with large or heavy bags. It is also possible to rent a car right at the airport.
What to See and Do in Mexico City Juarez International Airport
The best way to begin your trip to Mexico City is with a ride on the city's official double-decker, open air TuriBus. From its upper deck you will have marvellous views of the historic city center, trendy neighborhoods like Roma and Condesa, Chapultepec Park, the Basilica of Guadalupe and the entertainment-filled Zona Rosa. Staff on the bus can help you to organize trips to locations that are further away, like the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan and the floating markets of Xochimilco.
Mexico City has an excellent selection of hotels. With Skyscanner's hotel search you can find the best available rates at high-end properties in the Polanco neighborhood, comfortable mid-range lodgings in the Zona Rosa, and older, inexpensive hotels around the Zocalo. The best restaurants are found in Roma and Condesa, though it's also worth heading to the Tlapan neighborhood to eat at Arroyo, which seats 2,200 guests and is officially the largest restaurant in the world.
Tips and Advisories for Mexico City Juarez International Airport
Mexico City is very safe and is rarely affected by the drug-related violence that plagues the country's northern states. However, the Canadian government notes that petty theft remains a problem, and visitors to Mexico City should be cautious with their valuables. Choose a hotel room with a safe, and carry only what you need as you explore the city.
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