Mexico City Shopping

The areas with the highest concentrations of shops are Polanco, for upscale boutiques, luxury chains, modern furniture stores, and fine-art galleries; and the Zona Rosa, chock-full of clothing stores, adult shops, leather goods, and antiques.

La Condesa and La Roma, though better known for restaurants and cafés, are sprouting designer boutiques, primarily for a younger

crowd and artsy types. Jewelers, shoe shops, vintage clothes, and hip housewares stores are squeezing in as well. Most cluster along avenidas Michoacán, Vicente Suárez, Amsterdam, and Tamaulipas, in Condesa, and Alvaro Obregón and thereabouts, in Roma.

Hundreds of shops with more modest trappings and better prices are spread along the length of Avenida Insurgentes and Avenida Juárez.

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Alberto Misrachi Gallery

  • Art Galleries

This gallery is heavy on contemporary painting, with a smattering of sculpture, by Mexican artists, many of them well-known. Some international...

Antara Polanco

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

One of the only outdoor malls in the city has a collection of upscale stores that includes Carolina Herrera, Zara, Emporio Armani, and...

Arte Mexicano para el Mundo

  • Crafts

The location in the heart of downtown and the selection of high-quality crafts make this store a good bet if you're short on time and...

Carmen Rion

  • Clothing

Linen dresses by this Mexican designer are done in palettes and patterns that bring to mind (and sometimes incorporate) traditional Mexican...

Centro Santa Fe

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

The largest mall in Mexico—with over 300 stores, a movie theater, an international exhibition center, hotels, a theme park for kids,...

Dime Tienda

  • Art Galleries

The inventory of art, design, fashion, and bicycles (yes, bicycles) at this small gallery-cum-shop is provided by 50, give or take, young...

Dulcería de Celaya

  • Food/Candy

It was founded in 1874 and has been a haven for those with a sweet tooth ever since. It specializes in candied pineapple, guava, and...

El Palacio de Hierro

  • Department Stores

Upscale department store El Palacio de Hierro is noted for items by well-known designers and its seductive advertising campaigns. There...

Fonart

  • Crafts

Under the auspices of the National Council for Culture and Arts, the National Fund for Promoting Arts and Crafts operates five stores...

Galería Alfredo Ginocchio

  • Art Galleries

Founded in 1988 by Alfredo Ginocchio as Praxis Mexico, this now-eponymous gallery promotes distinguished artists from Mexico and elsewhere...

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