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Lomas de Chapultepec

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Lomas de Chapultepec

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MEXICO CITY has it all... if you feel like understanding our aztec and Spanish heritage... there are a few places you just CAN´T miss...
Definitely a landmark worth visiting during your visit to CDMX. Make sure to bring comfy shoes and bottled water since it is a long walk.
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Chapultepec Castle
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Definitely a landmark worth visiting during your visit to CDMX. Make sure to bring comfy shoes and bottled water since it is a long walk.
If you decide to visit this museum, make sure you dedicate at least (at least) 4-5 hours... it is HUGE... bring comfy shoes... remember museums close on Mondays in Mexico... make sure to get there early and if possible try to visit from Tuesday to Friday where there is less traffic of people
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Museo Nacional de Antropología
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If you decide to visit this museum, make sure you dedicate at least (at least) 4-5 hours... it is HUGE... bring comfy shoes... remember museums close on Mondays in Mexico... make sure to get there early and if possible try to visit from Tuesday to Friday where there is less traffic of people
Take a full day to visit the Main Square in Mexico City, tha Zócalo. Our three cultures meet here... so do not miss out on anything... bring comfortable shoes and sunscreen!
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Zócalo
S/N Plaza de la Constitución
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Take a full day to visit the Main Square in Mexico City, tha Zócalo. Our three cultures meet here... so do not miss out on anything... bring comfortable shoes and sunscreen!
Everyone needs a break from CDMX... when going downtown, walk through the Alameda Central, the oldest park in CDMX, full of history and legends... then... stop at Palacio de Bellas Artes and be stunned by its magnificence! http://www.alamedacentral.cdmx.gob.mx/en/index.html ttps://palacio.inba.gob.mx/
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Alameda Central
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Everyone needs a break from CDMX... when going downtown, walk through the Alameda Central, the oldest park in CDMX, full of history and legends... then... stop at Palacio de Bellas Artes and be stunned by its magnificence! http://www.alamedacentral.cdmx.gob.mx/en/index.html ttps://palacio.inba.gob.mx/
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Xochimilco
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Barrios
Whether you are visiting CDMX on business or travel, there are certain places you cant miss out!
Palmas Avenue is one of the main avenues in CDMX. Beautiful residences as well as one of the most important business areas in the city. Close to Polanco, Avenida de las Palmas is home to some of the most important International Cuisine restaurants as well as businesses. Feel safe walking in this area!!
Avenida Paseo de las Palmas
Palmas Avenue is one of the main avenues in CDMX. Beautiful residences as well as one of the most important business areas in the city. Close to Polanco, Avenida de las Palmas is home to some of the most important International Cuisine restaurants as well as businesses. Feel safe walking in this area!!
Take a bike and visit Polanco... modern and old... Polanco has it all: from simple taco stands to some of the best haute cuisine restaurants and trendy shops!
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Polanco
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Take a bike and visit Polanco... modern and old... Polanco has it all: from simple taco stands to some of the best haute cuisine restaurants and trendy shops!
Coyoacan is oh.. just so amazing... it carries so much history, culture and everyday life to locals... spare a day to walk its beautiful cobbled streets, colonial houses, museums, stores and restaurants... don´t forget to buy an esquite and ice cream (mamey or cajeta are my personal favorites!
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Coyoacán
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Coyoacan is oh.. just so amazing... it carries so much history, culture and everyday life to locals... spare a day to walk its beautiful cobbled streets, colonial houses, museums, stores and restaurants... don´t forget to buy an esquite and ice cream (mamey or cajeta are my personal favorites!