Appreciated for its gardens and parks, you might consider exploring San Miguel Chapultepec. A Haven For Animals. We will visit the Historical downtown district that is a Unesco´s world heritage site, the National Palace, the Zocalo panoramic of the Aztec Major Temple, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Reforma boulevard, the Chapultepec Park, the most glamorous residential districts of the city and the Zona Rosa (Pink Zone). You can even enjoy a free tango class in Parque Mexico on Sundays starting at 5 pm. Between the green areas for picnic-ing, the zoo , boat rentals on the lake, Chapultepec Castle , etc, thereâs lots to do with kids! At the top you are there. Chapultepec Park (Chapultepec or Auditorio metro station) is another popular park that is well worth a visit. The park is located on the south side of Reform Avenue, opposite the Anthropology Museum. For Chapultepec Castle opening times and ticket prices, please visit their website. Another of the popular tourist destinations within the park is Chapultepec Zoo. This second section is also dominated by the Feria de Chapultepec â a popular amusement park. A number of further museums can also be found in the second section of the park, which was created in 1964. Chapultepec contains nine museums, a zoo, an amusement park, a castle, tons of monuments and landmarks, and, of course, plenty of green space to stretch out and enjoy the day. Chapultepec Amusement Park (Feria de Chapultepec Mágico) There is an amusement park within the second section of Chapultepec Woods called âLa Feria Chapultepec Mágicoâ, built up in 1964; is one of the most successful and safe amusement parks in Latin America; with over 3 million visitors per year it is also the most visited one. There are also two small lakes inside the park, which have great views. #3: Eat the original tacos al pastor In addition to the castle and the history museum, the zoo is also next to the park. The castle is easy to find, just head to Chapultepec Park and you canât miss it. San Miguel Chapultepec. Spanning 1,695 acres (686 hectares), and offering a castle, an amusement park and several museums, this park feels like a wilderness oasis within the city limits. The park is twice the size of New York Cityâs Central Park, and Mexico City makes excellent use of all that space. I could also see spending a full day at Chapultepec Park. There, a range of exotic animals can be seen. The nearest Metro Station is Chapultepec. From here head into the park, past the Niños Heroes Memorial and climb the hill. The largest park in Mexico City, named after the Chapultepec Castle inside. Centered on a rock formation called Chapultepec Hill, one of the park's main functions is to be an ecological space in Greater Mexico City. Visit Chapultepec Castle, explore the National Museum or take the kids to the amusement center and childrenâs museum in this sprawling city park. Check out the variety of things to see and do like Chapultepec Park, and jump on the metro at Constituyentes Station or Juanacatlan Station to get around the city. Chapultepec, more commonly called the "Bosque de Chapultepec" in Mexico City, is one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere, measuring in total just over 686 hectares. It offers green spaces and natural areas as well as a lake with paddle-boats for rent, museums and amusement parks. The castle is worth a visit for the exhibits, the view, the garden, and the building itself. More museums in the area include: Papalote Childrenâs Museum, Tamayo Museum , Natural History Museum , and the Modern Art Museum. Chapultepec Castle was featured in Baz Luhrmannâs 1996 movie version of Romeo and Juliet, as the Capulet mansion. In 1992, it was the site of the Chapultepec Peace Accords, which ended the civil war in the Central American nation of El Salvador.
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