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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.
While I can’t say the information about the Holocaust is comprehensive, it’s absolutely adequate. The coverage of other genocides was terrific & well done without being gratuitously shocking. It was filled with school children who seemed captivated & absorbed.
"WOW! By far one of the best museums I have ever visited."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by CDS38
This is a don’t miss museum in Mexico City. The collection of folk are is as impressive, as it is vast. The museum building is also really interesting...open in the middle thus providing lots of light. There is a nice gift shop too.
Whenever I am in the vicinity of this gorgeous old post office, I make a point of going in to drink in its splendor. It takes but a minute and costs nothing. Experience, however, has taught me not to actually use the services, however. Mexicans pay their utility bills in person rather than trust the mail.
We ate hear as part of a walking tour with our wedding group, which was great but a bit fancier than we really needed at that point. The food and service were top-notch, so this is definitely someplace I would take clients for an upscale meal without completely breaking the bank.
The restaurant he’s located in the historic district. It’s actually what with my friend called the weirdest Chinese barrio he has ever seen. (Not only is he Chinese, hes been the only Chinese that ever set foot on that street. LOL)
We loved dining at Testal!! About 15 of my colleagues came here and all of us agreed that this...
This place is a nice Mexican food restaurant, always has patrons, which speaks to the quality of the food. We order a bit of everything and it was good, you won't be disappointed, and actually their flan was one of the best store-bought flans I have tried. Lots of variety, lots of condiments, give it a try.
I found Gotan across the road from the hotel I was staying at and a steak appealed so I thought I’d give it a go.
I told the waiter I wanted a big steak and he recommended a cut that I could see coming out to another table. It looked great so I decided to go with it, done medium...
Mexico City has so much to see and offer and this hotel is in a great location. You can walk to parks and grand buildings and feel comfortable . Beautiful views from both the Executive Lounge and higher floor rooms. The Terrace with pool and spa and tennis court and lovely restaurant is a great place to spend time.
I enjoyed my stay at the Fiesta Inn Centro Historico, and appreciated the friendliness of the hotel staff. The rooms were good and comfortable. The hotel was very close to the venue of my meetings in Mexico City, so I was very pleased.
Good hotel, highly recommended. Very good location - right next to the Diego Rivera Mural Museum, the Palacio de Bellas Artes, etc. and a short walk down to the Zocalo. Plenty of restaurants nearby.
The room was good. I had to make a couple of phone calls for work and it was nice and quiet. The air conditioner works well...
The hotel is well situated for anyone wanting to visit the Historic Center of downtown Mexico City. While I was there, one of the elevators did not work. Other than that, and some ambient noise from outside (which I shut out by closing a window), the hotel was fine. Nice staff; clean. All good.
We had a great stay, although we had a little bit of trouble at check in paying with card, so make sure to bring cash. Wifi worked really well out of peak times, but at night 6-9pm you couldn’t really use it at all.
Reception staff were very helpful, the place was very clean, and it is about a 20min...