Mexico City: Places to Explore

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  • Bosque de Chapultepec and Zona Rosa

    Bosque de Chapultepec, named for the chapulines (grasshoppers) that populated it long ago, is the city's largest park, a great green refuge from concrete, traffic, and dust. It's also home to a castle... Read more

  • Centro Histórico and Alameda Central

    The Zócalo, its surrounding Centro Histórico (historic center), and Alameda Central were the heart of both the Aztec and Spanish cities. There's a palpable European influence in this area, which is undergoing... Read more

  • La Condesa and La Roma

    Next to Bosque de Chapultepec, two nearby colonias, known simply as La Condesa and La Roma, are filled with fading 1920s and 1930s architecture, sun-dappled parks, and a wide variety of eateries that cater... Read more

  • San Angel and Coyoacán

    Originally separate colonial towns and then suburbs of Mexico City, San Angel and Coyoacán were both absorbed by the ever-growing capital. But they've managed to retain their original tranquillity.... You'll... Read more

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