Mexico City, Mexico
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Mexico City Nightlife | What to do After Dark in Mexico City
As one of the largest cities in the world, Mexico City has an active nightlife with an awesome quantity of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants, as well as theaters. Offering shows and entertainment on the level of the greatest capitals in the world, the city caters to all tastes and budgets.
The Zona Rosa neighborhood and its surroundings light up at night with a wide variety of nightclubs and an exclusive atmosphere. Highlights include the bars with gay shows, as well as karaoke and lounge style bars where you can drink and have a good time.
Located in the Historic Downtown area, this plaza is the home of mariachi in the city, making it a fantastic place to go on your next visit to the capital. There are lots of restaurants and bars here, but the most traditional is Tenampa, which has been open for more than 80 years.
The Condesa and Roma Neighborhoods
Full of restaurants and bars of all kinds, the La Condesa and La Roma neighborhoods offer more "urban" and "hipster" style establishments, with terraces, live music, excellent DJs, and exclusive atmospheres.
This exclusive area of the city stands out for its sophisticated and elegant bars and nightclubs with giant screens, light displays, and top DJs. There are also has smaller, more intimate place to enjoy as well.
As one of the largest avenues in the capital, this street crosses the city from North to South. Here you'll find lots of fantastic restaurants, bars, and nightclubs for all tastes and budgets.
With an impressive selection of show featuring emerging talents, as well as renowned actors, the theater is an obligatory stop for people visiting Mexico City. The capital is home to a number of traditional theaters, including Teatro Polyforum, Teatro Helenico, and Teatro de los Insurgentes, as well Manolo Fabregas. In recent times musicals have also proven very popular, featuring productions adapted from Broadway shows. With so much energy and talent it's difficult to choose which show to see!
Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts)
This is premier showcase of cultural expression in the country. Housed in a historic building, declared an Artistic Monument by UNESCO, here they hold major Mexican and international productions, including operas, dances, theater shows, exhibitions, and recitals.
Concerts and Cultural Events
World-class Mexican and international artists come to the city to show off their multiple talents in dance, acrobatics, concerts, and more, making the capital a perfect place to enjoy thousands of events. Mexico City is home to the most important stage in the whole country, the Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium), which hosts all the top shows and concerts. Other auditoriums include Centro Cultural Telmex, Foro Sol, and Palacio de los Deportes, which have featured the world's most famous artists and musicians.
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