The Luis G. Urbina park, popularly known as the Parque Hundido or Sunken Park, is the perfect place to take a break after a ... More
The Luis G. Urbina park, popularly known as the Parque Hundido or Sunken Park, is the perfect place to take a break after a walk down the bustling Insurgentes Sur Avenue. Amid the beautiful flowers, shaded gardens and tall trees, you can also see some of the best examples of pre-Hispanic sculpture, for there are fifty-one reproductions on permanent display. Nearby is the Ciudad de Deportes (Sports City), which includes the 65,000 capacity Azul Stadium, and the Plaza Mexico bullring. The latter, with its capacity of 48,000, is considered to be the largest such arena in the world.
Though pricey, this restaurant bar offers quality food and service. As a brewery, there is an assortment of beers available
all brewed on site, which include fruit flavoured brews. The menu is Tex Mex and includes beef cuts, beans ...
The Castillo de Chapultepec was built between 1780 and 1790, constructed on top of an Aztec fortress with panoramic views
of the city. The gardens surrounding the palace were designed by Empress Carlota during the French occupation and offer ...
Hotel Y Suites Del Parque is located just across the street of the Mexico City world trade center. With 20
luxury suites and home of the famous Le Gourmet restaurant. The hotel features a private and elegant meeting room ...
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