11 Instagram Pics from Mexico City to Cheer you Up!

11 Instagram Pics from Mexico City to Cheer you Up!


Mexico City is a marvelous town with plenty of things to do, museums, nightlife and cultural venues. Find out more with the keen eye of both tourists and settlers. Find out 11 Instagram pics from Mexico City to cheer you up!

Una foto publicada por Bertrand Bise (@bertrand_bise) el

The Chapultepec Castle has been an army academy, Presidential Palace, fortress and a museum. A place you shouldn’t skip!

 

Una foto publicada por k.ala (@kjphilo) el

Tlalpan once was a small village at a short distance from Mexico City. Nowadays is part of it and has magic places, such as the Church of San Pedro Verona Martir.

Market and a woman carrying her child as the original Mexican settlers used to. One of the great images you can see in one of the markets in town.

Una foto publicada por Pablo Lezama (@kalyman080) el

A carousel at the Chapultepec Park. This enormous place is larger than Central Park in NYC. It has a zoo, the Chapultepec Castle, an amusement park and several museums, beside wonderful pathways to be walked.

Bicycles to stroll through the Reforma Avenue and close neighborhoods. A successful program for both tourists and citizens. If you want it, you can also rent a segway and have a fun tour!

Mexico’s National Palace and a view of the volcanoes far away. You can also take a trip to the volcanoes!

Una foto publicada por James Lyndon (@jlyndon_) el

A view of the Soumaya Museum in the Polanco Area, housing one of the largest Rodin’s collections in the world.

Una foto publicada por Nora Rodriguez G. (@norardgz) el

The Frida Kahlo Museum in the Coyoacan Area. A typical Mexican village within Mexico City.

Una foto publicada por Alex Slattery (@alexslattery) el

The Coyoacan Church, the very heart of a great place to walk and eat (remember to have an ice cream or freshly baked bread, and then enter a book store).

Una foto publicada por Riina Keskinen (@riinak_) el

Inside the Chapultepec Castle, nowadays a museum, are several items from the 19th Century and you can learn more about those struggling years in the Mexican history.

Una foto publicada por Marie-Renée Grondin (@mariereneeg) el

The most Mexican icon, a delicious taco with salsa. The perfect ending for a perfect day in Mexico City. Are you ready? Plan your vacations and remember, the tours you’ll take are the other half of a great trip!


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