Which is the most entertaining, fun city in Mexico? A real estate website has developed a ranking based on factors from nightlife to the number of museums to come up with a list of 50, and Mexico City is No. 1.
And the least fun city? Iguala, Guerrero, where a night of violence ended in the deaths of 49 people last September.
Propiedades.com took federal statistics and tallied up the number of bars, restaurants, theme parks, public entertainment facilities, museums and others to establish what each metropolitan center had to offer.
Those places were grouped under six headings: entertainment centers, museums, nightlife, restaurants, sports centers and theme parks to produce the rankings.
In describing the winner, the website says you can love Mexico City or you can hate it, sometimes both at the same time, but never be bored by it. The city did so well on the list, with the highest number of all the relevant establishments and facilities, that it scored No. 1 in each of the six categories.
For second place, Guadalajara tied with Monterrey, the former taking second place in nightlife, restaurants and sports facilities and earning the observation that it was made for young people. Monterrey, meanwhile, scored well for its entertainment facilities and theme parks.
The remaining cities among the top 10 were, in order, Puebla, Toluca, Morelia, Cuernavaca, Mérida, Querétaro, León and Tijuana (tied for ninth place) and San Luis Potosí.
Mexico News Daily