Fashionable, bohemian and incredibly hip. Hot right now Mexico City has a young, artsy vibe with colorful organic coffee shops adorned with exotic tiles and shabby chic decor, farm fresh brunches using homegrown ingredients, craft cocktails made with home brewed botanicals and local designers selling their unique wares from pop up shops around the city.
It’s a little known fact that September is the last drop of rainy season, and that most of this rain falls at night and upon waking you are greeted with bright sunshine and a freshness in the air. We suggest spending your day nibbling on street eats like the delicious lime doused grilled corn and fish tacos, exploring the fashionable and leafy neighbourhood of Roma Norte and paying a visit to the cobalt blue home of Frida Kahlo.
Our favourite place to stay is the Nima Local House Hotel, a small boutique hotel with only four rooms, it feels like an intimate home away from home. Light, bright and botanical; the interiors are fresh and elegant.
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