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5 Hidden Mexico City Hotspots You Should Know About

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Mexico City’s Top Hotspots

If you’ve ever been to Mexico City, chances are you’ve never seen anything else like it in your life. Mexico City is considered one of the world's megacities. The endless activities available and the amount of raw, uncut life going on at any given moment is impressive. Just a stroll down one of the city's main streets and you are likely to hear, see, and smell things that can only be accurately described as “Mexico City.”

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If you are planning a trip to Mexico City and are worried that you aren't going to know about the cities greatest places, especially for nightlife, check out the below list of the top five hidden hotspots of Mexico City.

Mama Rumba

Even if you don't know how to dance, there are plenty of skilled dance partners in this venue ready and willing to help you learn. One of the city's favourite locations for Cuban salsa and 100% Latin music, this is a great place to really take in the dance culture of the city and interact with locals who love showing tourists a good time on the dance floor.

Manguu

Manguu is an minimalist lounge with a killer cocktail and martini list. It is one of the most affordable in the city. It's laid back atmosphere make it a favourite among locals from all walks of life and it’s a great place to gather with friends for a couple of drinks and a bite to eat before heading out for the evening.

Condesa D.F.

D.F. Stands for Distrito Federal, and it is what Mexico City is colloquially known as to the other regions of Mexico. It's a hip, boutique hotel in the city's Condesa neighbourhood and it is one of the city's best spots, bar none, for a great evening. It presents incredible 360 degree views of the city and comes with warming blankets and heat lamps for those colder nights.

Casa Lamm

During the day, Casa Lamm is one of the city's most popular cultural centres – but by night, it turns into a bar and restaurant open to the public. It's an open concept, modern space with a great selection of drinks and Cuban cigars, with live music at various times during the week. Get there early because locals love this place.

La Nueva Flor Del Son

If you didn't know this place existed, chances are you've walked right past it. This place, however, has some of the best live music in the entire city. While the drinks are nothing to brag about, and tend to be a bit over priced, the live music definitely compensates for it ten-fold. If you are looking for great, authentic, live music in the city, this place should be at the top of your list.

The sheer size of Mexico City can make it quite overwhelming trying to find and decide on a place to go. Just flying over the city makes it's easy to see why many people compare Mexico City to a country within a country. The next time you're in Mexico City, keep the above five hotspots in mind and make sure that you have a truly unique experience to tell your friends about.
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