This 12-room boutique hotel in Quintana Roo effortlessly combines the beauty and hospitality of Mexican culture.
To put it simply, Mexico is an ode to the soul. All of its elements, from the hospitable people and mouth-watering food to the vibrant colors and spectacular landscapes, unite to form a country that inspires travelers to return time after time. The Mexico Journal by Travesías was created to share the best that Mexico (and especially Mexico City) has to offer, such as hotels, food and drinks, things to do, and getaways.
We strive to write posts that reflect the heart and soul of our flourishing country. Whether it is the portrait of a quaint pueblo mágico or a list of chic cocktail bars, you will only find yourself inspired to continue exploring this one-of-a-kind, captivating destination.
Thirteen go-to dining spots in the neighborhood known for its tree-lined avenues, beautiful parks, and lively atmosphere.
Head to these boutiques in the Mexican capital to find unique, stylish gifts… or to simply splurge on yourself!
1. Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons arrive at the Jumex Museum!
2. Pleasure Afterwards by artist, Miguel Calderón, at kurimanzutto
3. Visit Ai Weiwei‘s exhibit at the MUAC
4. Abstract landscapes exhibition at Patricia Conde Galería
4. Book a table at Fifty Mil’s Saturday Recovery Brunch (on select dates from April to November)
5. Dining experience in the dark at Loup Bar (every Tuesday)
6. Admire the works of Atl. Fuego at the MUNAL
This is Mexico City’s newest rooftop restaurant featuring Puebla-inspired cuisine, tasty drinks, elegant décor, and lots of fresh air.
Opened in December 2018, the restaurant is intimate and detailed, and the cuisine is composed of rare and special ingredients.
Visit this tiny bakery on Vicente Suárez for a fresh loaf of bread or chocolate concha hot from the oven.
Here are five mezcal bars in Mexico City where you can test the proverb: “For everything bad, mezcal, and for everything good, too.”
Discover a one-of-a-kind space that unites nature, art, history, and sustainability.
Perfect hotels for when you don’t want to worry about a thing during your entire trip.
Discover the new exhibition at the Jumex Museum featuring more than 80 works by two of the world’s most renowned artists.
It has been more than 170 years since, “Tardan hats are worn from Sonora to the Yucatán.”