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Denver International Airport (DEN) can be reached by using Interstate 70, as well as Pena Boulevard and the E-470. Flight duration to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is six to seven hours, and upon arrival there, you will be near transportation routes like the Anilio Periferico and Avenida 602.
The Zocalo is a huge central square in the city, frequently used for parades and festivals, and is home to the National Palace and Cathedral. Constructed in 1934, the Palace of Fine Arts is home to hundreds of artifacts reflecting the country's history, including numerous Aztec pieces.
The Square of the Three Cultures depicts the architectural influences from the Spanish, Aztec and modern cultures and is a major tourist attraction. Chapultepec Park is thought to have been established sometime in the 15th century, but its history stretches back much further, into the days of the Aztec and Toltec Indians.
The Teatro de Bellas Artes is home to the Ballet Folklorico, which performs three times each week, and is known for its glass-mosaic curtain featuring a depiction of the Valley of Mexico.
June through October are the months when the heaviest rainfall occurs, although this is usually no more than about 3 inches per month. Temperatures in Mexico City are cold during winter and much warmer during summer, with March through June being the warmest months.