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Find Cheap Flights from Denver (DEN) to Mexico City (MEX)

Denver to Mexico City Route Information

Travel Distance:1,450 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Aeromexico, Volaris, Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:24
Avg. Flight Duration:3.39 Hours

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Airports in Denver

The city of Denver is served by Denver International Airport, also known as DIA. The Denver International Airport is the 6th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the U.S.A. Also, it is the largest airport in the country by total land area. Owned & operated by City & County of Denver Department of Aviation, the airport is a hub for Frontier airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United airlines. It also serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations like Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt, Calgary, London, San Jose, Tokyo, Zurich, Dallas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport using charter buses, commuter rail, hotel shuttles, limousines, mountain carriers, public buses, shared-ride services, taxicabs, and mobile app services.

Explore Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the most enjoyable destinations. Its historic center, better known as Zocalo, is declared World Heritage by UNESCO and is the heart of a living culture. Visit its neighborhoods flooded with art nouveau and art deco, enjoy its cuisine and lose yourself in the streets of the city with the most museums in the world. Mexico City is one of the liveliest and largest cities in the world, with a renowned arts and culture scene. Even today, its pre-colonial history is alive throughout despite being the modern- day capital.

Things to Do in Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts)

Considered the cultural center of Mexico City, the Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is a must-visit. The exterior of the palace showcases art nouveau and art deco-style architecture, while the inside features marble floors and vaulted glass windows. In addition to its architectural grandeur, the building hosts cultural events in the national theater, including music, dance, theatre, opera and literary performances. The palace also holds several famous murals, including the work of the famous Mexican muralist Rufino Tamayo. On the top floor, you will find the National Museum of Architecture, which showcases the work and lives of famous Mexican architects, and multiple art museums and galleries.


One of many UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Mexico City region, Teotihuacan contains some of the largest pre-Columbian pyramids in all of Mexico. The site contains many popular constructions, including the Palace of the Plumed Butterfly, which showcases various columns of winged creatures, and the awesome Pyramid of the Sun, which sits at the heart of the small city. The nearby museum, Museo de la Sitio, also holds many artifacts from the period. Climb the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon for a birds-eye view of the massive complex. Teotihuacan is about 40 miles from Mexico City.

Zocalo (Plaza de la Constitucion)

Officially known as Plaza de la Constitucion, El Zocalo is the main public square and one of the most recognizable places in Mexico City. It contains a giant Mexican flag at its center and has been the centerpiece of public gatherings since the days of the Aztecs. The site also hosts annual, widely attended religious events during Holy Week and for Corpus Christi. Several historic buildings also border the square, including the city’s national cathedral, the National Palace and federal buildings. You could spend a couple hours looking around the Zocalo and should start your visit at sunset. Mexican soldiers march out into the square at sunset to take down the flag, offering a great photo opportunity.

Best Time to Fly to Mexico City

The best time to visit Mexico City is between March and May.