No real need to walk the entire street. I did because I was looking for a decent exchange rate in euros. I recommend taking the open top buses that run along this Paseo anyway and give you an opportunity to see wider areas of the...More
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Great walk from the Alameda to Chapultepec Park-Lots to see: the Angel, Diana sculptures-great hotels and skyscrapers-a wonderful stroll.
This is my second stay in Mexico City. Being near Reforma mainly near El Caballito or Krystal Hotel was one of the greatest options I made. For those of us that are not familiar with Mexico, staying on Reforma provides a huge advantage. Reforma is...More
It is definitelly one of the most famous places in the Mexico City, but I actually don't really think it is a "must do". It is good for pictures with the angel, but otherwise I didn't find it that interesting.
Reforma was a beautiful avenue, French style, with lovely old buildings. Now it is full of Oxxos, high high ugly buildings and construction. It does not know where it is going.
You can go to the top for spectacular views. You have to see it at day and at night. Try not to miss it.
A beautiful and historic avenue lined with many historic monuments to people and events in Mexico's history and wonderful art. don't miss all the monuments as you drive by our hotel was near the monument to the revolution dome. Angel of Independence was incredible. lots...More