Walking in colorful markets of Mexico remains one of major tourist entertainments besides relaxing on a beach and visiting numerous museums of this amazing city. These markets have the full right to be called the centers of national culture. The choice of products offered by local merchants is truly stunning. Plaza del Angel in Zona Rosa is simply the best place for tourists who are in search of clothing stores. You will also find here large pavilions with souvenirs, as well as antique shops. The most popular products among travelers are handmade ponchos, jewelry, silverware, ceramics, handicrafts made of blue glass, and toys. Xtabentun liquor will become a perfect and a memorable gift. It can also be purchased in one of local stores. Pericoapa market looks more like a zoo. The reason for that is simple – besides traditional gifts and apparel here are sold pets.
Mexico City will be surely liked by fans of nightlife. The choice of colorful discos and clubs is more than good here. The most prestigious nightlife facilities are located in such districts as San Angel, Polanco, Coyoacan, La Zona Roza and Condesa. The majority of popular nightclubs are located near large hotels. Here you will find cozy bars and various restaurants. Club Zinco is located in the historic district of the city. This place is the best choice for fans of jazz. Various performances and concerts of popular music groups on the scene of the club are organized literally every day. Several times a week guests of the club can become the participants of vibrant parties. Club Rioma is considered an elite institution. The club, which is known for its progressive music trends, is the favorite place of rest of celebrities. Fans of dancing will be pleased to see a huge dance floor and parties that last till dawn, and cocktail lovers are welcome to enjoy signature cocktails, which are prepared by a virtuoso bartender.
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