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Local Area Attractions

 

CHAPULTEPEC CASTLE NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM

The Chapultepec Castle´s construction started in 1785. Since 1944, it has been the National History Museum.

Distance: 0.3 miles | Website

NATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY MUSEUM

Built between 1963 and 1964 this museum is one of the most important museums of Mexico and America.

Distance: 1 mile 

PALACIO DE BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM

A cultural center located in the Historic Center of Mexico City. Unesco declared it an artistic monument in 1987.

Distance: 2.5 miles

THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

Considered as the largest cathedral in America and one of the most outstanding works of Hispanic American art.

Distance: 3.2 miles

MEMORIA & TOLERANCIA MUSEUM

Carries in its name the mission of disseminating the importance of tolerance, non-violence, memory, and Human Rights.

Distance: 2.7 miles

SOUMAYA MUSEUM

A cultural project by Carlos Slim. It holds inside its walls the 140 art pieces of Rodin, paintings of Diego Rivera, Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso.

Distance: 3 miles

MUSEO JUMEX

The main action platform of Fundación Jumex Contemporary Art, whose founder and president is Eugenio López Alonso.

Distance: 3 miles | Website

THE BLUE HOUSE MUSEUM

The Blue House is the Intimate Universe of Frida Kahlo. In this beautiful residence, the artist lived most of her life, initially with her family and years later, with Diego Rivera.

Distance: 6.8 miles | Website

CHAPULTEPEC PARK

Enjoy a morning run through Chapultepec Park, discover the different tree species, or take a boat ride through its emblematic lake.

Distance: 0.3 miles

HISTORIC CENTER

Home to historical monuments dating back to the Aztec era, the Historic Center is the heart of the city, surrounded by emblematic museums and iconic buildings.

Distance: 3.6 miles

POLANCO

The area is home to cultural venues such as museums and galleries; companies, embassies, and entertainment businesses such as restaurants, luxury stores and shopping centers, highlighting the Presidente Masaryk Avenue.

Distance: 2.3 miles

CONDESA

Wide tree-lined avenues, stately art nouveau mansions, and well-preserved art deco apartment buildings give the upscale La Condesa neighborhood a distinctive European vibe, perfect for a daylight walk or an unforgettable evening.

Distance: 1.8 miles

ROMA

Center of the artistic and culinary spirit of Mexico City. Its leafy central avenue, Álvaro Obregón, is lined with eclectic restaurants, sidewalk bars, and restored mansions; one of these houses the cultural center Casa Lamm.

Distance: 1.5 miles

PRESIDENTE MASARYK AVENUE

This street in Polanco holds boutiques for the most exclusive luxury brands and the most prestigious and expensive restaurants in Mexico.

Distance: 1.3 miles

ANTARA POLANCO

One of the most exclusive outdoor malls in Mexico and one of the most exclusive shopping destinations in Mexico.

Distance: 2.5 miles

PALACIO DE HIERRO POLANCO

One of the most exclusive stores in Mexico. 

Distance: 2.4 miles

LA CIUDADELA MARKET

Specializes in Mexican crafts and considered as the best market in Mexico.

Distance: 2.8 miles

LA ARENA COLISEO LUCHA LIBRE

Emblematic Arena for wrestling and boxing, located in the Historic Center of Mexico City.

TELCEL THEATRE

Plays and musicals presented in a spacious venue with contemporary design next to the Soumaya Museum.

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INSURGENTES THEATRE

It was built at the initiative of José María Dávila who promoted the idea of ​​creating a large room different from the medium buildings that the city had.

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