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It is a nice getaway from Mexico City, but it is very abandoned. If you have a large family and want to do a BBQ, then I would recommend it. But a part from that, it does not have a wow effect. If you do...More
This is a National Park high in the mountains at the south end of Mexico City. It was originally a private estate and then a convent. The old convent still stands and for a small price you can wander around. You can see the monks’...More
It was very nice weather, so we got to enjoy the whole place, tho they don’t have a lot of spaces to move around with a stroller, good thing our kid wanted to walk, we a also enjoyed the gardens and the flowers. People were...More
The forest is fine and makes for a nice picnic, but most of the region is like this. DdlL is all about the convent which is lovely, old and austere with extensive grounds. A highlight was hearing the monks chanting, unfortunately behind closed doors. Too...More
Please note that the Parque is NOT in Mexico City as indicated on the map in Tripadvisor!
Its outside the city: Google maps and Uber do have the correct location.
This is a very nice place to go to when you want to breathe some...More
We visited this place on a Sunday and we discovered that there was a lot of activity specially with families visiting, some people hiking, some people running and a lot of us just walking. They have a couple of stands selling some tacos and some...More
This is a beautiful forest. I went on a nature hike there with a couple of friends. It was much colder there in the forest then in Mexico City. The forest itself reminded me very much of North Carolina. We got there late in the...More
Up in the hills and surrounded by green forests is this gem. Cooler temperatures, interesting architecture, and great exploring. Finish it up with some great food by the parking area. Friend brought me up here and so glad she did!
We went on Sunday to get breakfast and it was really good, we tried barbacoa tacos and quesadillas de chicharrón in the local restaurants where parking is set. Then we visited the lake and it was a little sad to see that there are no...More
San Ángel is known for its artistic vibe and elegant details displayed throughout its streets, antique residences and haciendas where famous actors like Consuelo Velázquez, Capulina and other prominent families used to live and that have now been turned into beautiful galleries, cafés and restaurants. An array of cultural and artistic activities are organized in the neighborhood, but it is on Saturdays
when the San Jacinto Plaza and surroundings really shine as artists gather to exhibit a variety of arts and crafts, from paintings to clothing.
Oh, I'm just seeing your question... I hope you made your way to the park. If not and you are still around, public transportation takes ages to go up until the park. The park is safe. I would suggest to go by taxi, or uber