Museo Soumaya – Carlos Slim built this museum and named it after his wife. Cool museum. It is free and if you only visit 3 museums in Mexico this should be 1. 2 is Frida & Diego Museum and the 3 its
Frida & Diego Museum – http://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx/en/ – great indoor outdoor museum celebrating the lives and relationship of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Buy your tickets online to avoid the long lines.
Museo Nacional de Anthropolgia Museum – http://www.mna.inah.gob.mx – this is a wonderful space that you could get lost in for hours and hours. Very well done history of the people in Mexico and latin america.
Vinicola Urbana – Winery in the heart of the city
Avenida Presidente Masaryk – is the Rodeo drive of Mexico City
Mercado Ciudadela – is an artisan market
Mexico City’s Top Spots for Street Art – https://www.afar.com/travel-tips/mexico-citys-top-spots-for-street-art
A Guide to the Coolest Mexico City Street Art – http://northernlauren.com/guide-mexico-city-street-art/
Sheraton hotel – the round about in front of the hotel has 30 x 5 foot and painted soccer/Futbal’s from teams around the world. If someone is really into soccer seeing the painted balls is really cool.
Xochimilco Canals – 3 to 4 hour activity but cool. Bring food and wine or buy it there for a ton more money
Chapultepec Castle – worth a look and the best view of the city from here
Transportation – Uber, EasyTaxi or Cabify
Food tour and cooking – http://eatlikealocal.com.mx
Casa Jacaranda – perfect place for cooking lessons
Tierra Garat – Mexico es cafe y chocolate – a Chocolate shop and cafe
Del Parque Cafe – for good coffee
Resources in English – http://cdmxtravel.com/en/