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Parque España

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Parque España

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Avenida Parque Espana S/N Condesa, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 06700 Mexico
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Luis Angulo wrote a review Sep 2020
Corrientes, Argentina4 contributions4 helpful votes
You can walk with friends or with your dog and enjoy some of the fancy restaurants in the neighborhood. The people are kind and everything is so cheap
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Paul wrote a review Mar 2020
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico100 contributions56 helpful votes
While on a recent stay in the La Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City, my wife and I roamed through two lovely parks, Parque España and Parque Mexicana, which are literally across the street from one another. The latter of the two is the much bigger, but both are lovely, peaceful, and well shaded places to walk and talk, sit and relax, or just take in the city and its people. The parks are near many fine restaurants and bars, and the well-known Mercado Roma. Like all of Mexico City's parks, these two relaxing oases in an otherwise bustling mega-urban environment.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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leuveen wrote a review Feb 2020
United Kingdom837 contributions268 helpful votes
A small, nicely kept park with many benches, a little train and some other attractions. Great place to catch your breath after a long day!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Erika wrote a review Nov 2019
Caracas, Venezuela8870 contributions646 helpful votes
Nice to relax and walk around in Condesa neighbourhood. Lots of dogs running around. Nice place. Not a very big park
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Date of experience: October 2019
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LHanley62 wrote a review Aug 2019
Krasnoyarsk, Russia22 contributions23 helpful votes
Yes, you can visit Centro, Museo Antropologia, Xochimilco, etc. But the real life of Mexico City flows through the many parques and plazas you'll find in the city's neighborhoods. You don't need a guide - - just locate yourself in a neighborhood (Roma and Condesa are excellent places to begin) and follow a map from one tree-shaded and fountained plaza/parque to the next. Parque Mexico and Espana are the most famous and well-traveled, and each is lovely. But, keep on walking to find hidden gems like Plaza Luis Cabrera (Roma) or Plaza Rio de Janeiro (Roma Norte). Have a seat near the fountain and enjoy the cool air and relaxed atmosphere. Check out the impromptu dance performances. Notice the older folks taking their morning walks or the young couples finding a space away from work, school, and families. Enjoy the escuela de perro (school for dogs) that sets up in almost every plaza/parque and admire the skills of the local dog-whisperers. There's no more edifying or satisfying way to glimpse the art of being chilango!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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