We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Home of the Tepeneca people, Azcapotzalco has remained faithful to its roots even as time has passed. Beautiful details abound throughout its gardens, houses and other historical buildings such as the Casa de la Cultural. The works of Siqueiros, Diego Rivera and O'Gorman are in abundance and should not be missed while exploring the area. Walk through the streets and have a taste of the neighborhood, which can be found at the bottom of a good cup of coffee or a scoop of an artisanal ice cream to cool down. Once the sun goes down, there’s nothing better than going out to visit classic cantinas to grab a drink where the nostalgia of the beautiful atmosphere comes to life.
We went to Arena Mexico on a Friday night to see wrestling! Laughed until we cried - I wish we could understand Spanish better as the people in the stands yelling at the wrestlers was hysterical! WOOT WOOT WOOT
"Día de Muertos in Mexico is special, and in in Mexico City..."
reviewed December 9, 2017 by Francisco E
In Mexico City, Mixquic is the town to visit in this special day when people celebrate life and death and remind their ancestors.
Mixquic is a very old town, originally from prehispanic times, and it was one of the original towns in what it was known and Texcoco Lake, so many of its traditions are really ancestral.
So it's really...
Doesn't get the same attention as the Rivera murals at Palacio Nacional but these are true works of art. Strong political themes combined with amazing artistic skill using fresco as the medium. Masterful design integrated into the architecture. My favorite place to visit as far as art in a city rich in artistic history.
This is a nice place to visit special leave your visit on the weekends you’ll find a lot of things to do in their surroundings, there are street vendors selling food, clothes, and a lot of interesting things. It is an interesting place to take some pictures just exercise precaution.
My friend and I came here to enjoy a traditional Mexican breakfast during our visit to CDMX. The restaurant was lovely, and the staff are great! We really enjoyed the food, especially the chilaquiles and chocolate milk. This authentic, family-style restaurant is not to be missed!
I have eaten in some very strange and interesting restaurants before. The best place I have ever been to is “Los Abanicos”. It is located in Cuauhtémoc, downtown Mexico City. This place is over 24 years old and its structure has changed a little over the time.
What make you visit this place is to try the taste of a...
Went here twice for a quick taco lunch, had different things both times and both very good. Beer looked great but did not sample (unfortunately).
Hygiene standard seemed very high, and menu in English and staff very helpful in Spanish and English
This located directly in the Parque Via Vallejo shopping plaza, which automatically makes it a great spot for fun, food and people watching and still very secure. The room and staff was accommodating and I would likely to point out that we received the best service from Fabiola at the Front Desk and Brenda at breakfast. While both showed a...
Their reservation policy only allows account deposits with a period greater than 72 hours prior to arrival. When complaining about this, a person from the corporate "attended", LEAVING WITHOUT RESOLVING the situation because it was her time off. It showed more sensitivity a young receptionist who allowed my access, assuming the risk that my deposit was not firm and left...
The room was what it said in the photos, big bed, big room. However, the bathroom smelt really weird, which did keep me up at night. About a 15-20 minute walk to Centro Historico, but the area is fine, didn't feel unsafe at all. Wifi is very slow.