Mexico City

Mexico City's principal sights fall into three areas. Allow a full day to cover each thoroughly, although you could race through them in four or five hours apiece. You can generally cover the first area—the Zócalo and Alameda Central—on foot. Getting around Zona Rosa, Bosque de Chapultepec, and Colonia Condesa may require a taxi ride or two (though the Chapultepec metro stop is conveniently close to the park and museums), as will Coyoacán and San Angel in southern Mexico City.

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  • 1. Avenida Alvaro Obregon

    Col. Roma | Neighborhood/Street

    Roma's main boulevard is wide and tree lined, with a central promenade that's studded with sculptures and fountains. With dozens of restaurants...Read More

  • 2. Avenida Michoacán

    Col. Condesa | Neighborhood/Street

    Restaurants, cafés, and hip boutiques radiate along and out from La Condesa's main drag, Avenida Michoacán. It's a great place for a break from...Read More

  • 3. Cafe Toscano

    Col. Condesa | Neighborhood/Street

    Stop to sip coffee and watch the world go by at this popular café. With patio seating and a prime location in the heart of the neighborhood...Read More

  • 4. El Farolito

    Col. Condesa | Neighborhood/Street

    The tacos at El Farolito are yummy. Try the costras, in which the meat is wrapped in fried cheese before being wrapped in a tortilla. Wash...Read More

  • 5. Pizza Amore

    Col. Condesa | Neighborhood/Street

    You can pick up a quick slice of pizza in inventive combinations (such as ham and fig) at Pizza Amore. ...Read More

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