Find Cheap Flights from Dallas (DAL) to Mexico City (MEX)

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Dallas to Mexico City Route Information

Travel Distance:939 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Interjet, Aeromexico
Weekly Flights:183
Avg. Flight Duration:2.50 Hours

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Airports in Dallas

Dallas is served by Dallas Love Field. The airport is located about 6 miles northwest of Downtown Dallas. Dallas Love Field offers flights to several destinations such as New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and more. DART's Love Link 524 offers bus service between Dallas Love Field and Inwood/Love Field Station. Other ground transportation options include car rentals, taxis, shuttles, and Limos.

Explore Mexico City

Mexico City, or the City of Mexico, is the capital of Mexico. It is the most populous city in North America. This city, located in the Valley of Mexico, is one of the most important cultural and financial axes of the region. Mexico City is the oldest capital city in the Americas and is one of two cities founded by Native Americans. This city has also served as the capital of the Aztec Empire and replicated the admirations after New Spain was founded after a Spanish conquest of the legendary Aztecs. Tourists in this city are treated with an amazing wealth of ruins of ancient civilizations, historical monuments, pre-Columbian churches, breathtaking natural scenery and top-class Mexican food.

Things to do in Mexico City

National Museum of Anthropology

National Museum of Anthropology is a classic work of contemporary architecture. The museum boasts old native Indian artworks, many archaeological discoveries, lifestyle elements and other belongings related to Native Indians in Mexico. It is also home to the National Library of Anthropology that features more than 300000 rare volumes.

Zocalo - the Constitution Square

Zocalo, Mexico City’s heartthrob, is the place where Mexico’s first constitution was adopted in 1813 AD. It is among the largest squares in the world and boasts three of the city’s most significant tourist attractions- the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Templo Mayor.

National Palace

National Palace, located to the east of Zocalo, is a reddish tezontle stone superstructure that boasts a 200-meter-long facade hosting the residence of the Mexican President. The structure is built atop a former Aztec royal palace is thus one of the oldest buildings in the city. Key attraction here is the Freedom Bell that was first rung to proclaim the War of Independence.

Best Time to Visit Mexico City

The best time to visit Mexico City is between the months of March and May. At this time of the year the streets are crowded, and the weather remains soothing for sightseeing.