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Visit Mexico City’s Best Neighbourhoods

Mexico City Palacio
Credit: CC / Reinhard Jahn

The famously populated Mexico City is a sight to behold, with its multitude of culture and tourist attractions to keep you engaged. There have often been concerns while travelling to this city, especially females travelling solo, but by following the basic etiquette, your trip here is sure to be eventful. Visit and explore some of the best neighbourhoods in Mexico City for you to explore during your holiday.

Polanco

Polanko
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A swanky, upscale neighbourhood of Mexico City is the popular Polanco which is often called the Beverly Hills of Mexico City. This area of the city includes famous designer shops, high-end gourmet restaurants and some very diverse and wealthy communities. For a glimpse of luxury, check out the W Mexico City hotel and live life king size!

Centro Historico

Clearly, as per its name, Centro Historico is the historical centre of the city. From here, you explore the main Aztec Temple, the stunning cathedral beside it, and also the murals by Diego Rivera right inside the government palace. Talk about being grand!

Colonia Roma

A boho vibe spot in Mexico City is Colonia Roma. The neighbourhood mainly attracts architect lovers because of its exquisite Art Nouveau architecture and a quaint cultural centre and some books stores as well.

Chapultepec

Chapultepec
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A place for nature lovers, the Chapultepec Park is especially a popular spot for people all over the city to come to visit during the weekends. You can enjoy a casual stroll; explore the National Anthropology museum, restaurants, monument of zoo, lake and amusement parks for a fun-filled day.

Enjoy Mexico City and all its neighbourhoods by simply renting a car. Not only will travel be easier, but you can also shop and store away all souvenirs to your heart’s content!


 

1 comment

Xiamao X in english?
Why Mexico? Why an X, it used to be J. Mexico, Mejico and more? Why is Mexico called Mexico and how is that not quite write, in English and maybe other non-Spanish languages? I'm English and I am wondering about Mexico and if you could change it someday, historically it was Mejico in English? I like that better. X is for pirates and most don't like an X in the name of a country. I would call it Mojico for "fun" in English. or something eles Montjico? Talk about the X, you can have an x in certain places. Should there be an X in the name of the whole country.

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