Kiosco Morisco of Santa Maria la Ribera
Santa Maria la Ribera is still a very authentic and charming neighborhood that is slowly starting to gentrify. On the weekends old couples meet to dance to old tunes, and young people bring their boom blasters to practice modern dance. There are cafés and restaurants along the square, for example a…
It is a beautiful monument, it is in the neighborhood and it has a great russian restaurant right next to it so you get two great things in one visit.
The center of the neighborhood is the Alameda Park with its Morisco Kiosk, located at the intersection of Dr. Atl and Salvador Miron Streets, near Metro Buenavista. The kiosk was designed and built in the late 19th century by José Ramón Ibarrola to be the Mexico Pavilion at the World’s Fair of…
In the center of this big park, you will find an amazing moorish kiosk gifted to Mexico by the spanish government. I never get tired of admiring it.
A rather more underrated and out of the way attraction but beautiful and worth to visit
“A museum with the charm of times past. The original cabinets exhibit collections of minerals fossils and even meteroites, specimens of fauna and flora of the various regions and, last but not least, a series of landscape paintings by José María Velasco. In the main room the impressive skeleton of a mammoth is displayed. It is a reconstruction was achieved using the bones of 12 mammoths from across the country. ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“If you want to buy groseries at great prices and also admire the beautiful vegetable stands, you have to go to La Dalia market. ”
“Vasconcelos Library is the masterpiece of contemporary engineer Alberto Kanach, a sort of modern conclave built in the middle of a surrealist garden in Buenavista, Mexico City. Inside, one can wander through the hundreds of square-shaped shelves that embellish its crystal halls. ”
“metro buenavista linea B y tren suburbano. Metrobus Buenavista lineas 1, 3 y 4”