What to do in Mexico City
Mexico City is a surprisingly green and livable megalopolis full of hundreds of possibilities for the the traveler. Not sure what to do? What about floating down the peaceful canals of Xochimilco in a flower-adorned gondola? How about cheering on masked Lucha Libre wrestlers at the Arena Mexico? Or what about a stroll through one of the most impressive anthropology museums in the world? Whatever you decide to do in Mexico City, you won’t be missing out—this city is the center of it all.

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Casa Luis Barragán, Mexico City

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Don’t let the concrete exterior fool you. Casa Luis Barragán, the midcentury home and studio of the Pritzker Prize–winning architect Luis Barragán, emphasizes natural light, bright color, and striking contrasts. Inspired by his travels in Europe and Morocco and by the work of designers Le Corbusier and Ferdinand Bac, the home became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004.
Reservations required. This appeared in the October 2013 issue.

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by Tanvi Chheda
AFAR Contributor
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