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Los mejores parques recomendados por gente local

“¡a Castle! built to be the home of the Spaniard Viceroys, is an amazing place with fantastic views of the Bosque de Chapultepec. ”
  • Recomendado por 364 personas locales
“This is a giant park in the center of Mexico City. It has it all, museums, botanical gardens, amusement parks, lakes with boats for rent, quiet groves where couples set out picnics, statues with poetry, running paths and even a "quiet sección" where people goes for peace and there's no talking allowed.”
  • Recomendado por 342 personas locales
“Parque Mexico is also a beautiful park to wander around, filled with lush trees and promenades perfect for strolling. It’s always a hive of activity, especially at the weekends when you can catch live music and dancers practising their moves. ”
  • Recomendado por 265 personas locales
“One of the most iconic parks in Mexico City, right next to the Palacio de Bellas Artes. ”
  • Recomendado por 106 personas locales
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“Quiet place to go and do exercise and get out of the city’s noise. It is also close to new shopping malls where you can find good options to eat and relax”
  • Recomendado por 149 personas locales
“Nice place to walk , got his name from the Spanish refugees who used to live surrounding it.”
  • Recomendado por 77 personas locales
“Beautiful place to visit. It is a replica of the fountain located in the Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid. Many bars and restaurants there, I recommend you "Contramar", great seafood restaurant.”
  • Recomendado por 78 personas locales
“Parque Lincoln is the heart of "Polanquito", a subset of Polanco neighborhood characterized by its vibrant bars and restaurants.”
  • Recomendado por 73 personas locales
“Santa Maria la Ribera is still a very authentic and charming neighborhood that is slowly starting to gentrify. On the weekends old couples meet to dance to old tunes, and young people bring their boom blasters to practice modern dance. There are cafés and restaurants along the square, for example a restaurant specializing in the Yucatan cuisine, and yet another one with Russian dishes. ”
  • Recomendado por 48 personas locales
“El Bosque de Tlalpan es un área natural protegida (ANP) que está situada al sur de la CDMX, y uno de sus principales bosques urbanos. Consta de 253 hectáreas y es accesible desde la avenida Insurgentes Sur (a 300 m de la parada de metrobus Villa Olímpica). Originalmente formaba parte de la extensa zona boscosa que rodeaba la Ciudad de México, aunque en la actualidad ya está inmerso por completo en la zona metropolitana. Dirección: Camino a Santa Teresa s/n, Col. Parque del Pedregal, Cp. 14010, Delgación Tlalpan.  Entre Zacatépetl y Av. de las Torres”
  • Recomendado por 42 personas locales
“There are basketball courts, room soccer courts, public gym equipment and a jogging track.”
  • Recomendado por 24 personas locales
“Cool, modern, clean and inclusive retreat that is built in the middle of the new high rises in Santa Fe. A gorgeous park, featuring thousands of Sq Meters of pure joy, freshness, fitness, pet-friendly environment, great resting and eating areas with lots of options chick restaurants and trendy bars. The highlights include the pet-garden and the beautiful lake with an artistic cascade in the middle, as well as an amphitheater, where you can catch a local performance. A great place to breathe and relax while in the most crowded city in the world!”
  • Recomendado por 37 personas locales
“Many famous Mexican sculpture artist were invited to do a piece for this amazing space in the Universidad Autónoma de México. The most famous sculpture is called "Cráter" but on the other side of the street there are many others just as fantastic. Being surrounded by this beautiful, Mexican, untouched site, is a real privilege. ”
  • Recomendado por 29 personas locales
“This is just a marker to locate COLONIA CONDESA. You can take the subway on the station PINO SUAREZ and get off at CHAPULTEPEC. You will have to walk a bit from there.”
  • Recomendado por 28 personas locales
“El Lago de Chapultepec is an artificial lake located in the first section of the park, near the zoo and Chapultepec Castle. You can rent a rowboat or a pedal boat for an hour to enjoy the scenery from a different perspective.”
  • Recomendado por 19 personas locales
“Its layout comprised gardens, walkways, a dual jai-alai/fronton court, and fountains for visitors to enjoy. The main attraction is a floral clock, created by a prestigious watchmaker Relojes Centenario. It is located at the center of the park, near a flag pole (the highest point in the park) and at the end of a wide staircase that leads to Avenida de los Insurgentes via a small plaza named Plaza Dolores del Río, a tribute to one of the great divas of Hollywood and the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. There is also an audiorama for up to 141 people, surrounded by lush vegetation, suitable for listening to classical music and poetry. It sometimes hosts events such as conferences, bingo games, some small-scale plays, workshops or jazz festivals. A special area is reserved for off-leash dogs. A chess area and some concrete seating structures are also found in the park. In recent years, the children's playground was upgraded, EcoBici stations were added, a bike track was added and a restrooms were added. The park is home to a large number of birds, squirrels and lizards. The corner of Insurgentes Avenue and Porfirio Díaz, which is also part of the park, has been a busy rush-hour crossing since the Mexico City Metrobus opened in 2006, and includes a fountain and a statue of Vicente Guerrero on a horse; this corner has, since the 1970s, been a meeting point for weekly Sunday bike rides. The AC Bicycletero Movement meets under the statue of the hero of Independence of Mexico, and under the name of Biciperros still perform Sunday walks that are free to all.”
  • Recomendado por 22 personas locales