Recently, Mexico City was visited by Nathalie Nort and Gaël Arnaud, journalist and photographer of the respective Journal Ideat from Paris, France.
Ideat is a "life style" magazine that presents the latest trends in design, art and architecture. All this with an approach that encourages tourist who reads it to visit countries and cities mentioned.
This being the first time in Mexico, Gaël and Nathalie were pleasantly surprised to see the dynamic, modern, and stylish Mexico City, in contrast to the Mexico City full of history, culture and tradition.
The journalists visited the designer shops 100% Mexican "chic" and the art galleries of the Roma, stayed in boutique hotels like Las junior bedrooms, The Condesa DF and the Red Tree House, discovered the impressive architecture Museo Soumaya, felt the strange peace that emanates from the Blue House of Frida Kahlo and admired the magnificent contrast of the Metropolitan Cathedral view from the ruins of the temple in Tenochtitlan.
Despite this being their first time visiting Mexico, Nathalie and Gaël came with a clear and decisive concept of what they wanted to see and where they wanted to visit in this one of the most creative cities in the world, as they themselves pointed out. This speaks how the personality of Mexico City goes beyond the borders with its own language.