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Parks & nature in Mexico City

Park
“This is a castle on top of a hill in the forest of Chapultepec, it offers great views of the city and there is a Mexican history museum inside.”
329 locals recommend
Park
“Nice place to take a walk, outdoor run. Must visit Tlaloc fountain and Chapultepec Castle”
307 locals recommend
Park
“Parque Mexico is also a beautiful park to wander around, filled with lush trees and promenades perfect for strolling. It’s always a hive of activity, especially at the weekends when you can catch live music and dancers practising their moves. ”
272 locals recommend
Plaza
“One of the most iconic parks in Mexico City, right next to the Palacio de Bellas Artes. ”
105 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“Coyoacan tree nursery is a perfect spot for start your day, either running or walking its 2 kilometer track”
140 locals recommend
Park
“Trendy park, rigth here you could have and encounter with some famous TV-novelas actors. Little park in the middle of the town. Located in the heart of Colonia Condesa, this green spot is a must in your visit to the town. It's calm and has a relaxed vibe most days of the week, but weekends usually is crowded but with a joyful atmosphere. There is a kid's area and an outdoor gym where people used to do calisthenics. There's free WiFi.”
72 locals recommend
Fountain
“This place is an emblematic one of the area because is a bronze replica of the fountain located in the Plaza Cibeles in Madrid. The Mexican Version is located at a traffic circle in Plaza Villa de Madrid. It was installed in Mexico as a symbol of brotherhood between the Spanish and the Mexican communities in 1980. ”
71 locals recommend
Park
“All best restaurants in Polanco. The area with terraces and cuisines from around the world has a French flair.”
61 locals recommend
Park
“Un pequeño bosque dentro de esta caotica ciudad. Cuenta con pistas para correr, caminos y actividades para pasar un buen fin de semana. ”
39 locals recommend
Plaza
“The center of the neighborhood is the Alameda Park with its Morisco Kiosk, located at the intersection of Dr. Atl and Salvador Miron Streets, near Metro Buenavista.[9] The kiosk was designed and built in the late 19th century by José Ramón Ibarrola to be the Mexico Pavilion at the World’s Fair of 1884 in New Orleans and of the Saint Louis Exposition of 1902. The structure is completely made of cast iron, which was in fashion at that time. It is thought that the iron came from the Carnegie Steel Company of Pittsburgh. It consists of panels that can be disassembled and a glass cupola. After these events, the structure was brought back to Mexico at the beginning of the 20th century and installed on the south side of the Alameda Central. While it was here, it became the site of the national lottery drawing. For the Centennial of the Mexican War of Independence, the kiosk was moved to make way for the Benito Juárez Monument. The residents of the barrio petitioned to have the kiosk moved to this neighborhood. ”
39 locals recommend
Park
“There are basketball courts, room soccer courts, public gym equipment and a jogging track.”
21 locals recommend
Park
“Si te gusta trotar y desayunar rico. If you like jogging and have a Great Breakfast.”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Great to have a walk. There are a couple of coffee shops such as Starbucks and Bar 41. Great place to take a break from the city”
23 locals recommend
Park
“Lindo parque para ir a pasear, en Insurgentes Sur / Likable park for going for a walk, at Insurgentes Sur”
17 locals recommend
Park
“This is just a marker to locate COLONIA CONDESA. You can take the subway on the station PINO SUAREZ and get off at CHAPULTEPEC. You will have to walk a bit from there.”
29 locals recommend
Park
“This is a beautiful, modernist sculpture garden on the campus of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM ”
22 locals recommend