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Mexico City – Top 5 must visit neighborhoods

Mexico City – Top 5 neighborhoods

 

Condesa

This neighborhood used to be inhabited by the upper middle class and foreigners of various cosmopolitan nationalities, resulting in an Art Deco and Art Nouveau architectural style. Most of them were declared Cultural Heritage by the National Institute of Fine Arts. In its streets you will find stores, boutiques, galleries, cafes, and restaurants.

Condesa Mexico city

Reforma

Reforma was built to communicate Chapultepec Castle with its downtown, it has emblematic sculptures like the Diana Cazadora, the little horse, and the famous Angel of Independence.

Chapultepec Park is divided into three sections.

  1. Zoo & lake – Enjoy appreciating different mammals as well to ride in recreative boats admiring this beautiful landscape.
  2. Presidential house-Used to be President’s house called “Casa de los Pinos” now opened as a representative museum.
  3. Gardens -Admire this beautiful landscape with its beautiful gardens, lakes, and museums in this big national park.

Reforma, Mexico city

Polanco

One of the most exclusive areas, its origins are from the 1920’s. Here you can find elegant boutiques of renowned international firms, as well as fashionable bars and restaurants, prestigious hotels, and art galleries, with its main street the Avenida President Mazaryk.

Polanco, Mexico city

Coyocan

t is one of the most picturesque areas of the city considered a Magical touristic neighborhood by UNESCO since 1990,  was provisionally the capital of New Spain after the conquest. At present time emphasize colorful large houses, diverse coffees, museums, squares, and gardens. It is also located the famous Blue House of Frida Kahlo, which is a popular museum, it has original furniture, personal objects, and crafts of Frida Kahlo.

Coyoacan, Mexico city

Xochimilco

It is one of the most traditional places in Mexico City, this place is strongly linked to the pre-Hispanic era,  by their connected canal’s river was used to navigate to nearby places. Nowadays it is a recreative spot where you can go touring by a Trajinera boat, accompanied by a good drink, food, and mariachi band. It’s a popular and fun tradition to visit.

Xochimilco, Mexico city

At Emark DMC®  Mexico City  we can show you many extraordinary experiences with our professional bilingual tour guides and show you our richness full of history and traditions in your vacations for family, friends, or groups. We will be happy to quote you memorable trips to anywhere in Mexico. For further information, please send us an email to info@emarkgroup.com

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