We went for a long walk along this road. Some areas are magnificent, amazing buildings, architecture etc. However other areas are very unsafe. Definitely visit but be careful how far you walk.
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Late October is a great time to walk along Paseo de la Reforma near the Angel of Independence. This year the block between the Mexico City stock exchange building and the Angel was adorned with beautifully painted large skulls. The next block down had a...More
I visited Mexico City during the celebration of the Day of the Dead and found the city to be very colorfully decorated with many sculptures of Katrinas and other symbols of this national celebration.The city is hectic and full of life and this centrally located...More
Is the main AV of Mexico City. You can walk from the museums area to the hotels area around the Independent Angel Statue. Many places to eat and drink, main,y inside the great hotels, like the St Regis with one of the best terraces and...More
A long stroll on the Paseo de la Reforma is one of the highlights in CDMX. This is a fancy tree-lined street that is designed for pedestrian ( and dogs ) comfort and showcases some of the most prominent hotels and business buildings. A stretch...More
Paseo de la Reforma (The Empress' Promenade) was designed in similarity to Champs Elysee in Paris and Ringstrasse in Vienna. It was to serve as a royal thoroughfare for his Majesty Emperor Maximilian of Mexico from Chapultepec Castle to the National Palace in the then...More
Amazing most beautifull, incredible sites and museums, the zoo, gardens and the beauty of the place is incredible. Monumentes, it has it all. strongly recommended.
The angel shook on its pedestal but stayed in place in the September 19 earthquake ! Good for him!!!