Have you ever been overseas on business and had to take a client out to dinner, only to find you have no clue where to go, let alone what to order when you get there? Maybe you’ve had a few hours to spare and spent it watching CNN in your hotel room instead of seeing the sights because you didn’t know where to go?
If you have a few hours to spare in Mexico City where should you go?
It may surprise some, but Mexico City is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. It houses some of the most incredible museums and galleries. This comes from both a public and private fascination with art and culture. Carlos Slim, for instance, founded Soumaya Gallery, which doubles as both a stunning piece of architecture and the home to many of the most significant pieces of art in the world today.
Are there any local specialities you can recommend?
If you are taking a client out to dinner, or just going to dinner yourself, what restaurants would you suggest?
In terms of nightlife, where would you suggest visitors go?
To find out all this and more, read International Business Today Autumn 2015 Pages 26-27