Travel with FedEx: Mexico City

We’ve asked members of the FedEx family to help guide you on your travel adventures this year. Here you will find insider advice from our team members on the places they frequent and why they think these locations are hot spots you should add to your road trip checklist. Check out this section, which highlights Mexico City and all of the great things it has to offer.

Marco Espinosa

Marco Espinosa is a FedEx Express Courier in Mexico City. He has been the employee of the month three consecutive times at his station. Marco joined FedEx nine years ago and lives in Cuautitlan, State of Mexico.

Favorite part of working at FedEx:

“What I like most about my job is to help my customers contribute and grow their businesses while guiding their shipments to reach unimaginable places. I am part of a unique brand, focused on achieving the customer’s satisfaction.”

#1 Travel Tip

While being in Mexico, you should enjoy wrestling which is the most popular sport after football. Admiring wrestling provides a deeper understanding of Mexican folklore. You’ll have fun, and you will certainly buy a mask of a famous Mexican wrestler.

Top things to do in Mexico City

1. Chapultepec Castle

2. Arena México

3. La Ciudadela

4. Templo Mayor

5. Soumaya Museum

  • Chapultepec Castle is located in Mexico City. It is the only Royal Castle in America and was built in the time of the viceroyalty. You can have the best views of the city from the top of the castle.

  • Arena México is located in Colonia Doctores in Mexico City, and it is considered the Cathedral of Mexican wrestling. Wrestling is part of the Mexican folklore. In this place, you'll have fun, and you will certainly buy a mask of a famous Mexican wrestler.

  • La Ciudadela was built in the late eighteenth century. Inside this place is the oldest library in our country. You will have the opportunity to buy local souvenirs and also the most representative Mexican handcrafts from different places of Mexico.

  • Templo Mayor represents the absolute center of Mexican religious life, the Aztecs of Mexico-Tenochtitlan. It is located next to Palacio Nacional in the heart of the downtown.

  • Soumaya Museum is a private museum with a modern design which consists of a bright silver asymmetrical structure. You will be impressed by its imposing construction.