One of the most iconic parks in Mexico City, right next to the Palacio de Bellas Artes.
Take a walk around this historic park and then have a burger at Butcher and Sons.
El paseo más antiguo que tiene la Ciudad de México es este bello espacio arbolado y engalanado con una infinidad de esculturas y fuentes.
Recently renovated, the Alameda park is highly historical with a modern touch. It is great to jog, walk anytime during the day or night and to crowd watch. Kids love it to.
Founded in 1592. It is considered the first public park in America. This is a nice place to enjoy a walk. Here you can buy a soda or and ice cream and seat juts to relax and watch around. There are also some stands around that sell artcrafts and snacks.
“A concert hall and shows, usually schedule children's events. Check billboard on web or Ticketmaster. Located in Historic Center. Prices depend on the show. Easy access in Ecobici, Metro Line 3 Juárez Station and Metrobús Line 3 Juárez Station.”
“Shops and Restaurants at Downtown Hotel. You hace Azul Histórico with great Mexican cuisine and Punta Arena with great seafood”
Point of Interest
“This monument contains the tombs of the revolutionary and post-revolutionary heroes Pancho Villa, Francisco Madero, Venustiano Carranza, Plutarco Elías Calles and Lázaro Cárdena”
“Great spot, amazing interior design, one of the tops restaurants, Mexican fusion, the host is super friendly, you should go for a fixed menu.”
“De los museos actuales, quizás el de mejor museografía. Duro por los temas que trata, tanto extranjeros como nacionales: Guerras, Persecuciones, Matanzas, Intolerancia Racial. Lo recomiendo bastante. One of the best modern museums, hard because of its content: Wars, Crime, Homophobia Human Rights. Great museography. Fun to watch the boys and girls doing choreographies in the mirror windows of the building next door. No idea why they do it! All the buildings that used to be in this area were destroyed by the earthquake of 1985...by the way.”