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Prime season: November - April
Residents: 9 millions
Climate: subtropical highland
Mexico City is located in the Valley of Mexico, about 2 200 meters above sea level. Due to its tropical location but high elevation, the temoeratures are not as high as one could expect, but instead fairly comfortable throughout the year. June to October is however rainy season.
Overall, the climate in Mexico City is great for rooftop bars, and they can stay open year round. Most of the city rooftops are located in the Historic Center of downtwon, which means that views often come with a great, historic touch. Most rooftops are also a combination of rooftop bar and restaurant, where you can enjoy both the Mexican kitchen and refreshing drinks.
Mexico City, or the City of Mexico (CDMX) is the capital of Mexico, and also the most populous city in North America. Founded by Native Americans, it is the oldest capital in America, so it is no wonder that it comes with a lot of history. A popular tourist destination, and the city offers about 160 museums, lots of heritage buildings and fantastic food (just to name a few things.