"Mexico City has a rich history dating back to the Great Tenochtitlan, which was the capital of the Aztec empire until the Spanish conquista in 1521. One of the reasons Mexico City is so special is its unique combination of Prehispanic and European influences, which can be appreciated everywhere in the city, including its food, art and architecture. For example, Paseo de la Reforma, one of the city’s main avenues, was modeled after the Champs-Elysees in Paris; and in the city’s main central square you can find ruins of an ancient Aztec temple coexisting with a Spanish-era palace with murals painted by Diego Rivera, who was married to Frida Kahlo.
Additionally, Mexico City enjoys stable, mild weather all year round and is well located at the very center of the country, only a short drive or flight away from beautiful destinations such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of San Miguel de Allende, the mariachi and tequila producing region of Guadalajara, or the crystal blue beaches of the Mayan Riviera." – Jason Boe