Mexico City Links

Escudo Ciudad de México What would locals like others know about Mexico City? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random order: HeadlinesHow Explore Mexico City by Bike with EcoBiciTaking In Mexico City’s History By Canoe And Bike – NPR @ckahnWhat It’s Like to Visit Mexico City Now – BloombergLa calle de Corregidora y su hermoso …

Tlalpan, Mexico City

Photo: Comisión Mexicana de Filmaciones, Bosque (Some rights reserved) Mexico City – Spotlight on the delegation, aka neighborhood of Tlapan Google Mapsgoo.gl/maps/kVvrY5Qxf6tJJm2x6 Wikipedia: Tlalpan is one of the 16 administrative boroughs (called “delegaciones” in Spanish) of the Federal District of Mexico City. It is the largest borough, with over eighty percent under conservation as forest …

Mexico City

Photo: Pablo Leautaud, Chapultepec and Reforma (Some rights reserved) Mexico City (Ciudad de México) is one of the oldest cities in the Americas. Also beloved as the Distrito Federal, DF, and CDMX, the metropolus has an elevation of 2,240 meters or 7,350 feet). This is the political hub of Mexico. Cultural and historic landmarks are …

Mexico City’s Historic Center

Photo: Ron Mader, Regia, Calle Donceles (Some rights reserved) Spotlight on the historic center of Mexico City Google Maps HeadlinesLa historia de la calle de Corregidora – @mxc_insider Where to eatLos Girasoles, Tacuba #8A. Adjacent to the National Art Museum and the Carlos IV statue, this restaurant offers a new take a traditional cuisine. Valet …

Mexico City’s National Anthropology Museum

Twiter One of our fave museos: National Anthropology Museum (Museo Nacional de Antropología) in Mexico City. Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10am-5pm. Mask mandate and max capacity: 1,000 people per day. Anniversary celebration on September 17. Key Linksmna.inah.gob.mxGeneral information (Español)Current [email protected]_inah Questions How has COVID19 changed the museum experience for staff and visitors? = ¿Cómo ha …

Mexico City Treasures

Poster From the archives (2009): Tesoros (Treasures) highlights a dozen places in Mexico City. This presentation shows you the sites – some off the beaten track and all with an interesting history and future – and asks you take pictures. Participants are asked to take a photo similar to the pictures in the Treasure Hunt …

200 Essential Places in Mexico City’s Historic Center (200 lugares imprescindibles)

Book Cover Mexico City – History and CDMX fans have a new book, website and (soon-ish) plaques in 2018. Presenting 200 lugares imprescindibles. Centro Histórico, by Héctor de Mauleón and Rafael Pérez Gay. The book is available in print in Mexico City and corresponds to the CDMX200Lugares website sponsored by the Gobierno del Distrito Federal …

2017 Dia de los Muertos / Day of the Dead

Photo: Ciudad de Oaxaca Turismo Mexico’s celebrations of Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead are world famous. Here are snapshots from 2017: Oaxaca, Mexico Day of the Dead Playlist Guadalajara, Mexico Mexico City Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a holiday celebrated throughout the Americas and combines ancient Indigenous traditions and modern …

Mexico City Hosts World’s Largest Bicycle Party (2017)

Mexico City hosts the sixth World Bike Forum, April 19-23. Hashtag: #fmb6; Twitter: @WorldBikeForum; Website: fmb6.net In the big picture, biking and cycling are the unsung twin powerhouses of responsible, sustainable, eco and fair and conscious … travel. In 2017 we celebrate the Sustainable Tourism for Development universe by asking readers, what are the good cycling experiences? …