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This beautiful park was once the playground for the wealthiest families in the colonial era, and is now the perfect place where locals and visitors can spend a sunny weekend afternoon to relax or shop for souvenirs at the market. Kids can run around or grab a bite of cotton candy while teens and adults wander around admiring the charming gardens and the sculptures that adorn it. Once the heat rises, it may be time to visit one of the many cozy restaurants or cafés with its characteristic art nouveau facades to cool down and call it a day.
Great place to visit
I love paintings and the family really likes to know other types of places
I'm glad there are many places we can go to get to know more about the city I love that there can be so many places to meet
We learned so much at this museum about both past and current genocides worldwide. While the largest exhibit was on the Holocaust, other genocides in Cambodia, Darfur, Guatemala, Rwanda, Ex Yogoslavia, and Armenia are also represented (maybe some others that I can't remember right now as well). It was really fascinating to see how these world events were described from...
This building is really a time machine. It takes you back to a period when architecture enjoyed generous flourishes, when useful buildings were also beautiful, when people took the time to write to one another and hand-carried the letters to the post office.
This building is still a working post office. On one side of the lower floor, people line...
This small museum, next to the Alameda park, has just one work to speak of: Diego's mural of a mythical day in the park, into which he incorporated all of Mexico's history, as he saw it! It was wonderful, idiosyncratic, and beautiful. The video and pictures accompanying the installation reminded me of the installation of Picasso's Guernica in Madrid, though...
If you're new to Mexico or Mexico City and not sure about hygiene and general safety then Testal is a good safe choice for you. It has two separate dining rooms next door to each other entered through separate doorways. On the corner is a cafe/quick food feel light and airy diner and next door is a more sedate linen...
We were wandering the city one day and simply popped in for some Al pastor type tacos , a beer and watch some football...lol
The tacos and the service was so amazing we ended up spending our last three remaining nights here!!
ITS A MUST!!
After visiting “Torre Latinoamericana” we walked down and bumped into this restaurant. I ordered a huarache de al pastor which was good. The bar section was not as clean as the other sections. The prices are fair, service moderate, food is good. Venimos después de visitar la Torre Latinoamericana. La sección del bar no estaba tan limpio como las otras....
Location, people and room great. Some stuff seemed old and I think the room was a bit moldy because just entering gave me allergy. May just have been that specific room. But overall, would recommend it and would stay there again.
In general the service was excellent except the breakfast time.
The quality of the food was great but the quantity of eating was not enough to cover the amount of people for breakfast.
Space also was not enough for the amount of people.
I googled this hotel it was supposed to be 4 star but I definitely would say 3 !
Hotel is centrally located and looks great from the street . The reception and meeting area along with bar are nice on entry. We stayed 3 nights in a room on the 3rd floor looking out on the Main Street it’s on,...
The location is excellent since its just five minutes walk from Belles artes and Alameda Hemicicilo and fifteen minutes from the historic centre where you have the National Palace, the Zocalo square, Templo Mayor, the metropolitan cathedral etc. Subway stations are nearby and so easily connected to other attractions. The rooms were clean and breakfast was available.