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Colonia Polanco is one of Mexico City.

1. Colonia Polanco

Miguel Hidalgo, Distrito Federal
Barrio · 113 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: Stroll through the Masaryk Avenue, the posher street in town, it is widely known as Mexico City Fifth Avenue. Also, walk in Polanquito, a zone of restaurants, bars, cafes and galleries. to finish in Lilcoln Park. If there is time you should definitely walk in Horacio tree-filled ridge and maybe enter el Palacio de Hierro. Best tortas in town are in Moliere between Homero and Ejercito, Tortas Margarita. Go to Jumex Contemporary Art Museum and by no means visit Soumaya's poor art collection. Breakfast, meal or dinner in Kleins is a must.
Roma Sur is one of Mexico City.

2. Roma Sur

Cuauhtemoc, Distrito Federal
Barrio · 77 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: In the most hipster barrio of the city, you should go shopping in Colima street hipster boutiques such as 180 shop, some of the best restaurants in town (Rossetta, Panaderia, Blanco Colima) are on this art nouveau architecture (like the one in Paris) based neighborhood. Visit Museum of the Object in Colima corner with Córdoba, get some Ice Cream in Bajo Cero and stroll through Orizaba street. At night, go to Mog Mog or Apotheke bars and antros. Visit Plaza Villa Madrid and get some drinks in La Cicerone. Other park recommendations would be Luis Cabrera and Rio de Janeiro.
Colonia Condesa is one of Mexico City.

3. Colonia Condesa

Cuauhtemoc, Distrito Federal
Barrio · 178 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: Mexico counterpart of Soho, neighbor of Colonia Roma. Also with a wide variety of cafes, restaurants and bars. Make sure to visit iconic parks Parque Mexico and Parque ESpaña. Visit Otizaba street. Architecture in this neighborhood is Art Deco.
Centro Histórico is one of Mexico City.

4. Centro Histórico

8.8
Primer Cuadro de la Ciudad, Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal
Plaza · Downtown · 1099 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: The most historical and alive barrio of the city. Walk through pedestrian street Madero, eat in Isabel La Católica 30 in Azul Historico. Go to the Zocalo, Bella's Artes Palace, Alameda Central, Monument To Revolution, Franz Mayer Museum, San Ildefonso Museum, Templo Mayor, Alameda Central. You can't have enough of this amazing neoclassical and historical place.
Coyoacán is one of Mexico City.

5. Coyoacán

8.8
Coyoacán, Distrito Federal
Barrio · 467 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: A Provence-like center visit the Coyoyes Fontain in Jardin Centenario, go to the hippies market, to Frida Khalo and Leon Trotksy houses and make sure to get an ice cream while enjoying the hippie environment a Sunday afternoon.
Viveros de Coyoacán is one of Mexico City.

6. Viveros de Coyoacán

9.1
Progreso s/n (Esq. con Av. Universidad), Coyoacán, Distrito Federal
Atletismo y Deportes · 659 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: A big park in the south of the city.
Bosque de Chapultepec is one of Mexico City.

7. Bosque de Chapultepec

9.3
Av. Paseo de la Reforma s/n, Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal
Parque · Bosque de Chapultepec 1 · 702 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: The biggest park of the City, twice as big as Central Park in NYC is a must, is near one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, it has the only real castle in America and its home to museums like Anthropolgy (MUST), Modern Art and Tamayo.
San Angel is one of Mexico City.

8. San Angel

8.7
Alvaro Obregon, Distrito Federal
Barrio · 45 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: Go on a Saturday morning, get a little breakfast over there and enter the different art galleries and parks where people sell art. Also a Provence-like neighborhood with stoned streets.

9. La Faceta (Bazar del Sábado)

Galería de arte · No hay tips ni reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: The most important Art Gallery in Dan Angel, only opens Saturdays.
Parque Lincoln is one of Mexico City.

10. Parque Lincoln

9.1
Av. Emilio Castelar (Esq. con Luis G. Urbina), Miguel Hidalgo, Distrito Federal
Parque · 327 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: This Polanco park....
Av. Paseo de la Reforma is one of Mexico City.

11. Av. Paseo de la Reforma

Av. Paseo de la Reforma, Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal
Carretera · Juárez · 328 tips y reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: One of the most beautiful avenues on earth, tree filled, with people walking, tall, and modern buildings with a lot of room to walk in its wide sidewalks. On Sunday, the avenue is closed to cars for bikes to circulate, is amazing.
Sala de lectura Biblioteca Central UNAM is one of Mexico City.

12. Sala de lectura Biblioteca Central UNAM

Biblioteca central 8vo Piso (Campus Central UNAM), Coyoacán, Distrito Federal
Biblioteca universitaria · No hay tips ni reseñas
La Tormenta
La Tormenta: UNAM is a World Heritage site and the most important university in Latin America. Some of its buildings are designed by Diego Rivera like Biblioteca Central. The variety of people is astouniggimg. Make sure to visit the best museum on contemporary art in the City, the MUAC?