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We visited this place because he was including our tour, the place has a lot of history and it is supposed to be a place built for rich families in Mexico back in the 1900s however the rich families started to get out of there...More
Next to the other hip neighborhood of La Condesa, this central area is full of restaurants, shops and leafy streets. The area is sometimes divided by North and South, with the Northern part closest to Avenida Alvaro Obregon with a myriad of bars and restaurants....More
Colonia Roma have some parts that are kind of nice and some parts are terrible. It feels a little unsafe depending on which street you are. There are a lot of restaurants, I've been in several bad ones. You have to choose wisely where to...More
Not even in New York City does one find a neighborhood that allows one to fantasize being in Rome or Paris in the Belle Epoque, circa 1899. Don Porfirio Diaz may have been a dictator president, but the man left us some architecture to simply...More
This is my favorite neighborhood in Mexico City. It is the perfect mix of nice streets to walk around and hip new bars/restaurants. I much prefer to go out to eat/drink/be merry in the Roma than doing so in the Condesa.
The architecture from the...More