Take a tranquil stroll under the shady poplars lining the marble paths of Alameda Central. A leafy refuge amid the bustle of downtown Mexico City, the park has provided citizens and visitors with a quiet, reflective space since 1592. The park faces the city's fine art museum, and is dotted with sculptures and fountains of both Mexican and European origin. Sit for a spell or amble around this green space that has become a symbol of a traditional Mexican park. Discover how to plan a Mexico City trip in just a few steps with Inspirock's itinerary builder.
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Alameda Central reviews
A park adjacent to the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Though not as large nor bucolic or leafy as Chapultepec, it nevertheless does it job as a place of respite from the hot weather and sun. It is very...
A park adjacent to the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Though not as large nor bucolic or leafy as Chapultepec, it nevertheless does it job as a place of respite from the hot weather and sun. It is very... more »
Beautiful and historic park with the richness of this city’s culture beaming at every turn. Music, dancing, skating, as well as citizens calling for attention to the issues of the day.
Beautiful and historic park with the richness of this city’s culture beaming at every turn. Music, dancing, skating, as well as citizens calling for attention to the issues of the day. more »
Nice park in central mexico near the historical center district. Big open pathways free of vendors and lots of benches make it a great place to chill out. There are also several nice restaurants surrounding the square and there is some variety to them too. If you want street vendor stuff you can also head to the side streets surrounding the park. There is even Chinatown down one of these side streets. A great green space that is more calm than most others in the city.
Park, trees and water features. Very clean now we have covid
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