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Home of the Tepeneca people, Azcapotzalco has remained faithful to its roots even as time has passed. Beautiful details abound throughout its gardens, houses and other historical buildings such as the Casa de la Cultural. The works of Siqueiros, Diego Rivera and O'Gorman are in abundance and should not be missed while exploring the area. Walk through the streets and have a taste of the neighborhood, which can be found at the bottom of a good cup of coffee or a scoop of an artisanal ice cream to cool down. Once the sun goes down, there’s nothing better than going out to visit classic cantinas to grab a drink where the nostalgia of the beautiful atmosphere comes to life.
"Día de Muertos in Mexico is special, and in in Mexico City..."
reviewed 4 days ago by Francisco E
In Mexico City, Mixquic is the town to visit in this special day when people celebrate life and death and remind their ancestors.
Mixquic is a very old town, originally from prehispanic times, and it was one of the original towns in what it was known and Texcoco Lake, so many of its traditions are really ancestral.
So it's really...
Very nice fountain, specialy if it´s clean and functioning, with all waterpipes clear and "spraying" water allover the streets, like a breeze.
Unfortunately, there are not many other places to go to, near it; just the Japanese Food Restaurant in Oaxaca, or the Palacio de Hierro,
Some blocks away, you can also find Sala Chopin, with a little auditorium, where...
Order the guacamole and have it with chicharrones, mind blowing.
Delicious margaritas, and every plate was so good and exceptional.
Great place to go with family, chat, catch up, share plates and enjoy.
I have eaten in some very strange and interesting restaurants before. The best place I have ever been to is “Los Abanicos”. It is located in Cuauhtémoc, downtown Mexico City. This place is over 24 years old and its structure has changed a little over the time.
What make you visit this place is to try the taste of a...
This Hotel is a great stay for an international trip!!! It's location is directly in a Mall!!!! You have access to everything food, shopping, grocery, entertainment at the courtyard beautifully decorated for the seasons!!! Our rooms were made everyday and services was exceptionally excellent!!! Breakfast had a great variety on the menu!!! From Mexican food to healthy AMERICAN familiar food...
If you were a tourist and wanted an atmospheric, traditional, Mexican hotel, maybe a bit bohemian and close to downtown, then this is not for you!
But there are other reasons to be in Mexico City - and I was there for work. This Marriott was close to where I was having meetings and like many US chains (apart from...
+ Professional and pleasant staff
+ Commercial center, Supermarket and pharmacy accessible by feet
+ Brand new hotel & equipment
+ metro at 8 minutes by feet
- At check-in, reception proposed a price ~10% higher than actual reservation price (same booking currency, no conversion). But receptionist quickly understood me and did not insist.
The room was what it said in the photos, big bed, big room. However, the bathroom smelt really weird, which did keep me up at night. About a 15-20 minute walk to Centro Historico, but the area is fine, didn't feel unsafe at all. Wifi is very slow.