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Guidebook for Ciudad de México

Food Scene
Considered as one of the best restaurants by many food & wine reviews.
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Rosetta
166 Colima
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Considered as one of the best restaurants by many food & wine reviews.
The best breakfast in the Neighborhood.
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Breakfast
76 Orizaba
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The best breakfast in the Neighborhood.
Serves good food at all hours.
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Café Toscano
42 Orizaba
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Serves good food at all hours.
Best breakfast ever.
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Panadería Rosetta
179 Colima
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Best breakfast ever.
Casual creative cuisine.
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Lardo
6 Agustín Melgar
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Casual creative cuisine.
Delicious hamburgers.
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Butcher & Sons
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Delicious hamburgers.
Best Japanese food.
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Kura
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Best Japanese food.
Smoke kitchen, without gas.
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Huset
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Smoke kitchen, without gas.
From tamales and tortas to gorditas and carnitas, Chef Juan Cabrera takes Mexican comfort foods you'd find in a local Mexican food market and deconstructs them into culinary masterpieces at Fonda Fina. Awaken your palate with one of the fruity mezcal cocktails before moving on to the tortilla soup, pork belly sopecito (a corn tortilla typically loaded with cheese and meat), tamales and moles. A variety of homemade ice creams are the best way to round out a meal.
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Fonda Fina
79 Medellín
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From tamales and tortas to gorditas and carnitas, Chef Juan Cabrera takes Mexican comfort foods you'd find in a local Mexican food market and deconstructs them into culinary masterpieces at Fonda Fina. Awaken your palate with one of the fruity mezcal cocktails before moving on to the tortilla soup, pork belly sopecito (a corn tortilla typically loaded with cheese and meat), tamales and moles. A variety of homemade ice creams are the best way to round out a meal.
Chef Enrique Olvera—the celebrity chef behind New York's Cosme—offers two different dining options at his highly acclaimed Pujol: a multi-course tasting menu in the formal dining room and a "taco omakase" meal at the low-slung bar featuring various tacos, antojitos, and botanas. You'll likely get to taste Olvera's famed mole madre dish no matter which you choose, it'll just be in taco form at the bar. If you're set on going to Pujol, you'll want to book your reservation before you book your flight.
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Pujol
133 Tennyson
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Chef Enrique Olvera—the celebrity chef behind New York's Cosme—offers two different dining options at his highly acclaimed Pujol: a multi-course tasting menu in the formal dining room and a "taco omakase" meal at the low-slung bar featuring various tacos, antojitos, and botanas. You'll likely get to taste Olvera's famed mole madre dish no matter which you choose, it'll just be in taco form at the bar. If you're set on going to Pujol, you'll want to book your reservation before you book your flight.
Is a true farm-to-table restaurant. The menu changes frequently to reflect the seasons and availability of local produce, and García sources fruits and vegetables grown on the nearby chinampas of Xochimilco and the surrounding estado. The food is simple bistro-style: crisp-skinned trout with clams, peas, and wild spinach, or a velvety chicken liver to spread on toast with sweet cherries. Purees, creamy spreads, and sweet sauces find their way onto most plates.
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Máximo Bistrot
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Is a true farm-to-table restaurant. The menu changes frequently to reflect the seasons and availability of local produce, and García sources fruits and vegetables grown on the nearby chinampas of Xochimilco and the surrounding estado. The food is simple bistro-style: crisp-skinned trout with clams, peas, and wild spinach, or a velvety chicken liver to spread on toast with sweet cherries. Purees, creamy spreads, and sweet sauces find their way onto most plates.
Good breakfast in La Roma. There are Mexican dishes like chilaquiles en salsa verde and chorizo with eggs, as well as familiar brunch plates like French toast with whipped cream and berries, and a Croque Monsieur. If you've ever wanted to try escamoles (ant larvae), this is a good place to do so. Sautéed in butter, folded into scrambled eggs, then served in a taco with chunks of avocado, they're approachable and almost unnoticeable.
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Lalo!
173 Zacatecas
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Good breakfast in La Roma. There are Mexican dishes like chilaquiles en salsa verde and chorizo with eggs, as well as familiar brunch plates like French toast with whipped cream and berries, and a Croque Monsieur. If you've ever wanted to try escamoles (ant larvae), this is a good place to do so. Sautéed in butter, folded into scrambled eggs, then served in a taco with chunks of avocado, they're approachable and almost unnoticeable.
Save for the shrimp po'boy, it's hard to see why La Docena refers to itself as a New Orleans-inspired oyster bar. No matter—the seafood is fresh and there's enough cured ham to please everyone. The raw clams, aguachiles, octopus tostadas, and house-made aioli are especially nice, and the French fries here are some of the best in town. There's only one dessert on the menu: a molten chocolate cake with banana and ice cream.
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La Docena
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Save for the shrimp po'boy, it's hard to see why La Docena refers to itself as a New Orleans-inspired oyster bar. No matter—the seafood is fresh and there's enough cured ham to please everyone. The raw clams, aguachiles, octopus tostadas, and house-made aioli are especially nice, and the French fries here are some of the best in town. There's only one dessert on the menu: a molten chocolate cake with banana and ice cream.
Is truly pan-Asian, featuring Chinese dim sum, Japanese izakaya-style meat skewers, and noodles and soups from Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. For locals unfamiliar with the nuances of regional Asian cuisine—or really anyone having ma pa tofu or ramen for the first time—the food is explosively good. Tourists may be less in awe of the food, but it's a great and affordable option when the palate tires of Mexican food.
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Mog Bistro
168 Frontera
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Is truly pan-Asian, featuring Chinese dim sum, Japanese izakaya-style meat skewers, and noodles and soups from Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. For locals unfamiliar with the nuances of regional Asian cuisine—or really anyone having ma pa tofu or ramen for the first time—the food is explosively good. Tourists may be less in awe of the food, but it's a great and affordable option when the palate tires of Mexican food.
The artsy-upper crust of La Condesa, hanger-ons following the scene, business men on lengthy lunches, and a smattering of tourists fill out the dining room at Contramar. You'll fully understand why lunch is the most important—and longest—meal of the day in Mexico City here: By 2 P.M. on Fridays, the brandy and rosé start flowing and a casual meal turns into multiple rounds of food and drink, smoke breaks on the sidewalk, an overall celebration to kick off the weekend.
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Contramar
202 Calle de Durango
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The artsy-upper crust of La Condesa, hanger-ons following the scene, business men on lengthy lunches, and a smattering of tourists fill out the dining room at Contramar. You'll fully understand why lunch is the most important—and longest—meal of the day in Mexico City here: By 2 P.M. on Fridays, the brandy and rosé start flowing and a casual meal turns into multiple rounds of food and drink, smoke breaks on the sidewalk, an overall celebration to kick off the weekend.
Located on a particularly tree-lined section of Amsterdam Avenue in chic Condesa, MeroToro wears the surf-and-turf tag well. Appetizers made with super fresh seafood from Baja California are especially delicious and prepare your palate for what's to come. The larger plates, like pork torchon with lentils and a poached egg, or braised beef tongue with beans and charred salsa, are elegant and satisfying.
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Merotoro
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Located on a particularly tree-lined section of Amsterdam Avenue in chic Condesa, MeroToro wears the surf-and-turf tag well. Appetizers made with super fresh seafood from Baja California are especially delicious and prepare your palate for what's to come. The larger plates, like pork torchon with lentils and a poached egg, or braised beef tongue with beans and charred salsa, are elegant and satisfying.
The menu is short and sweet with just three types of meat: al pastor, bistec, and chicharron. Everything can be ordered on corn or flour tortillas and cloaked with cheese. The salsas are piquant, zippy, and incredibly spicy. There are also a few speciality items like quesadilla-like gringas, and piratas. If the pork skins weren't enough, order the fried donut dessert with dulce de leche, crumbled nuts, and banana ice cream.
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Orinoco
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The menu is short and sweet with just three types of meat: al pastor, bistec, and chicharron. Everything can be ordered on corn or flour tortillas and cloaked with cheese. The salsas are piquant, zippy, and incredibly spicy. There are also a few speciality items like quesadilla-like gringas, and piratas. If the pork skins weren't enough, order the fried donut dessert with dulce de leche, crumbled nuts, and banana ice cream.
Chef Mónica Patiño has been delighting diners with her French-inspired fare since she first opened Casa Virginia in 2014. Set in an airy multi-room townhouse, the space—the décor of which juxtaposes old world charm with modern rustic chic—is the perfect place to hunker down and enjoy a leisurely lunch. While the menu changes seasonally, standouts here include the steamed asparagus and tomato salad and slow-cooked pork to share.
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Casa Virginia
116 Monterrey
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Chef Mónica Patiño has been delighting diners with her French-inspired fare since she first opened Casa Virginia in 2014. Set in an airy multi-room townhouse, the space—the décor of which juxtaposes old world charm with modern rustic chic—is the perfect place to hunker down and enjoy a leisurely lunch. While the menu changes seasonally, standouts here include the steamed asparagus and tomato salad and slow-cooked pork to share.
Drinks & Nightlife
Limantour rises to the challenge, making the list for the third year in a row and taking the title of Latin America’s Best Bar.
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Licorería Limantour
106 Av. Álvaro Obregón
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Limantour rises to the challenge, making the list for the third year in a row and taking the title of Latin America’s Best Bar.
The most dynamic avenue in the neighborhood and in Mexico City, alive at all times, day and night.
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Alvaro Obregón
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The most dynamic avenue in the neighborhood and in Mexico City, alive at all times, day and night.
Bars, restaurants that serve at all times.
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Fuente de Cibeles
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Bars, restaurants that serve at all times.
Rumba dancing club.
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Operadora Mamá Rumba S.A. de C.V. Sucursal Roma
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Rumba dancing club.
Patrick Miller is a well-known nightclub on the Mexico City scene, most notably for its dance-off reputation and massively varied clientele. You pay in advance for your drinks tokens and you’ll definitely leave sweatier then when you came in, so be prepared for an evening you’ll never forget. In fact, you know you’re in for an experience if you decide to stop by Patrick Miller.
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Patrick Miller
17 Mérida
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Patrick Miller is a well-known nightclub on the Mexico City scene, most notably for its dance-off reputation and massively varied clientele. You pay in advance for your drinks tokens and you’ll definitely leave sweatier then when you came in, so be prepared for an evening you’ll never forget. In fact, you know you’re in for an experience if you decide to stop by Patrick Miller.
Situated in the heart of Roma, one of the best barrios for nightlife in the city, M.N.Roy also has a somewhat legendary status for its revolutionary namesake and celebrity clientele. If you get in, you’ll be able to enjoy electronic music and a wide selection of cocktails, but getting in is tricky; M.N.Roy is incredibly exclusive. You literally have to be in possession of a membership card (or ring!) to enter, or be tight with whoever’s on the door that night.
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M.N. Roy
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Situated in the heart of Roma, one of the best barrios for nightlife in the city, M.N.Roy also has a somewhat legendary status for its revolutionary namesake and celebrity clientele. If you get in, you’ll be able to enjoy electronic music and a wide selection of cocktails, but getting in is tricky; M.N.Roy is incredibly exclusive. You literally have to be in possession of a membership card (or ring!) to enter, or be tight with whoever’s on the door that night.
Currently one of the hottest clubs of the moment in Mexico Can Can. As with many other Roma spots.
Can Can
175 Calle de Durango
Currently one of the hottest clubs of the moment in Mexico Can Can. As with many other Roma spots.
Sightseeing
One of the most iconic places in Mexico City.
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Plaza Río de Janeiro
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One of the most iconic places in Mexico City.
It is a nice public space.
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Plaza Luis Cabrera
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It is a nice public space.
Arts & Culture
It is a private museum with very good exhibitions.
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MODO Museo del Objeto Del Objeto
145 Colima
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It is a private museum with very good exhibitions.
One of the best of the world in its type.
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Museo Nacional de Antropología
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One of the best of the world in its type.
Located on top of Chapultepec Hill, it is the only royal castle in the Americas.[4] It was built at the time of the Viceroyalty as summer house for the viceroy. It was given various uses, from the gunpowder warehouse to the military academy in 1841. It was also used as the official residence of a sovereign: the Mexican Emperor Maximilian I, and his consort Empress Carlota, lived there during the Second Mexican Empire.
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Chapultepec Castle
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Located on top of Chapultepec Hill, it is the only royal castle in the Americas.[4] It was built at the time of the Viceroyalty as summer house for the viceroy. It was given various uses, from the gunpowder warehouse to the military academy in 1841. It was also used as the official residence of a sovereign: the Mexican Emperor Maximilian I, and his consort Empress Carlota, lived there during the Second Mexican Empire.
An iconic building which boasts one if the largest and most well curated modern art collections in the world. With exhibits to rival New York’s MoMA, there are almost 3,000 pieces to marvel over in this outstanding gallery.
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Museo de Arte Moderno
S/N Paseo de la Reforma
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An iconic building which boasts one if the largest and most well curated modern art collections in the world. With exhibits to rival New York’s MoMA, there are almost 3,000 pieces to marvel over in this outstanding gallery.
Barragán has had a profound influence not only on three generations of Mexican architects, but many more throughout the world. In his acceptance of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, he said, "It is impossible to understand Art and the glory of its history without avowing religious spirituality and the mythical roots that lead us to the very reason of being of the artistic phenomenon. Without the one or the other there would be no Egyptian pyramids, nor those of ancient Mexico. Would the Greek temples and Gothic cathedrals have existed?"
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Luis Barragán House and Studio
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Barragán has had a profound influence not only on three generations of Mexican architects, but many more throughout the world. In his acceptance of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, he said, "It is impossible to understand Art and the glory of its history without avowing religious spirituality and the mythical roots that lead us to the very reason of being of the artistic phenomenon. Without the one or the other there would be no Egyptian pyramids, nor those of ancient Mexico. Would the Greek temples and Gothic cathedrals have existed?"
Colección Jumex is a private art collection owned by Eugenio López Alonso. It includes works by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Gabriel Orozco, Cy Twombly, Jeff Koons, Andreas Gursky, Darren Almond, Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson, Martin Kippenberger, Carl Hopgood, Bruce Nauman, David Ostrowski and Francis Alÿs.
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Museo Jumex
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Colección Jumex is a private art collection owned by Eugenio López Alonso. It includes works by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Gabriel Orozco, Cy Twombly, Jeff Koons, Andreas Gursky, Darren Almond, Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson, Martin Kippenberger, Carl Hopgood, Bruce Nauman, David Ostrowski and Francis Alÿs.
Fine Arts) is a prominent cultural center in Mexico City. It has hosted some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature and has held important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography.
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Bellas Artes
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Fine Arts) is a prominent cultural center in Mexico City. It has hosted some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature and has held important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography.
Mexican artist who painted many portraits, self-portraits, and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico. Inspired by the country's popular culture, she employed a naïve folk art style to explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class, and race in Mexican society. Her paintings often had strong autobiographical elements and mixed realism with fantasy.
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Frida Kahlo Museum
247 Londres
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Mexican artist who painted many portraits, self-portraits, and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico. Inspired by the country's popular culture, she employed a naïve folk art style to explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class, and race in Mexican society. Her paintings often had strong autobiographical elements and mixed realism with fantasy.
Founded and named after the famed Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo, the architecture of Museo Tamayo is as fascinating as its impressive permanent collection and rotating, curated expositions. Well established in Mexico City as one of the best and most accessible modern art museums, it features a range of photography, sculpture and paintings. Find it in the lush Bosque de Chapultepec and close to the historic center.
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Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo
51 Paseo de la Reforma
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Founded and named after the famed Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo, the architecture of Museo Tamayo is as fascinating as its impressive permanent collection and rotating, curated expositions. Well established in Mexico City as one of the best and most accessible modern art museums, it features a range of photography, sculpture and paintings. Find it in the lush Bosque de Chapultepec and close to the historic center.
An excellent option for contemporary art fans is the striking outward-sloping walled Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, situated in the quirky Coyoacán district. Colloquially known as MUAC, it’s spacious and highly recommended for art fans visiting Mexico City. Its permanent collection has almost 1,500 pieces and features works from 1952 onwards – but its building is practically an art work in itself.
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University Museum Contemporary Art
3000 Insurgentes
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An excellent option for contemporary art fans is the striking outward-sloping walled Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, situated in the quirky Coyoacán district. Colloquially known as MUAC, it’s spacious and highly recommended for art fans visiting Mexico City. Its permanent collection has almost 1,500 pieces and features works from 1952 onwards – but its building is practically an art work in itself.
For a more specific collection of Mexican art produced between the late 16th century and mid-20th century, the neo-classical Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) is an essential visit for anyone in Mexico City. Located smack in the middle of the historic center close to the iconic Palacio de Bellas Artes, it’s incredibly accessible and features pieces by influential muralist Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Jose Clemente Orozco.
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Museo Nacional De Arte (MUNAL)
8 Calle de Tacuba
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For a more specific collection of Mexican art produced between the late 16th century and mid-20th century, the neo-classical Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) is an essential visit for anyone in Mexico City. Located smack in the middle of the historic center close to the iconic Palacio de Bellas Artes, it’s incredibly accessible and features pieces by influential muralist Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Jose Clemente Orozco.
A fascinating and must see museum with Mexican folk art traditions - great collections of handicrafts - loved the textile exhibits and the collection of colorful alebrijes! Lots of beautiful items in the gift shop!
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Museo de Arte Popular
11 Revillagigedo
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A fascinating and must see museum with Mexican folk art traditions - great collections of handicrafts - loved the textile exhibits and the collection of colorful alebrijes! Lots of beautiful items in the gift shop!
One of the most established art galleries in Mexico City is the excellent Galería OMR. Featuring permanent collections by Pia Camil, Julieta Aranda and Daniel Silver, this gallery can be found in the stunning RAW.
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Galería OMR
54 Plaza Río de Janeiro
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One of the most established art galleries in Mexico City is the excellent Galería OMR. Featuring permanent collections by Pia Camil, Julieta Aranda and Daniel Silver, this gallery can be found in the stunning RAW.
Established in the late 90s, the entirely non-Mexican sounding Kurimanzutto art gallery has gone from strength to strength and is now a firm favorite of the Mexico City’s contemporary art lovers. Famed internationally, especially for its tendency to promote Mexican artists in particular, Kurimanzutto can be found in a renovated space in San Miguel Chapultepec. Forever prioritizing innovation, it’s a must-see in CDMX.
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kurimanzutto
94 Gobernador Rafael Rebollar
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Established in the late 90s, the entirely non-Mexican sounding Kurimanzutto art gallery has gone from strength to strength and is now a firm favorite of the Mexico City’s contemporary art lovers. Famed internationally, especially for its tendency to promote Mexican artists in particular, Kurimanzutto can be found in a renovated space in San Miguel Chapultepec. Forever prioritizing innovation, it’s a must-see in CDMX.
A converted pool hall makes for an excellent art gallery – that’s if Proyectos Monclova is anything to go by anyway. This vast space is now home to a pleasing mixture and regularly changing roster of both local and international artworks. Despite only moving to Colonia Roma in 2012, it has rapidly become one of Mexico City’s most intriguing and must-see contemporary art galleries.
PROYECTOSMONCLOVA
55 Colima
A converted pool hall makes for an excellent art gallery – that’s if Proyectos Monclova is anything to go by anyway. This vast space is now home to a pleasing mixture and regularly changing roster of both local and international artworks. Despite only moving to Colonia Roma in 2012, it has rapidly become one of Mexico City’s most intriguing and must-see contemporary art galleries.
The History of Mexico mural in the stairwell of the National Palace in Mexico City was executed between 1929 and 1935 by Diego Rivera. The subject of the mural is Mexico's history from ancient times to the present. They depict the many struggles of the common Mexican people to fight against the Spanish, the French, and the dictators that controlled the country at different points in its history.
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National Palace
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The History of Mexico mural in the stairwell of the National Palace in Mexico City was executed between 1929 and 1935 by Diego Rivera. The subject of the mural is Mexico's history from ancient times to the present. They depict the many struggles of the common Mexican people to fight against the Spanish, the French, and the dictators that controlled the country at different points in its history.
Essentials
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Sumesa
115 Colima
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OXXO
252 Calle de Durango
Parks & Nature
The lungs of Mexico, bigger than Central Park in NY.
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Bosque de Chapultepec
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The lungs of Mexico, bigger than Central Park in NY.
Most important park beside Bellas Artes.
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Alameda Central
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Most important park beside Bellas Artes.
Getting Around
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Metrobus Álvaro Obregón
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