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Mexico City

Mexico City is the capital city of Mexico, and the largest city in North America. The city is officially divided into 16 delegaciones which are in turn subdivided into colonias, of which there are around 250; however, it is better to think of the city in terms of districts to facilitate the visitor getting around.

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The old city center or Centro Historico of Mexico City, centered around the Plaza de la Constitucion, is an area clearly different from the rest of the city.

Colonia del Valle is probably the most important colony in Mexico City.

This relatively large area in the southwest of Mexico City has always been a counterculture hotbed.

Xochimilco is to the south of Mexico City, and gives a glimpse at the effects of rushed urbanization over the years.

The Condesa and Roma district of Mexico City is a residential and restaurant area on both sides of Insurgentes avenue between Viaducto Miguel Alemán in the south and Avenida Chapultepec in the north.

San Ángel is a district south of Mexico City. Along Insurgentes Avenue, La Bombilla stop.

Zona Rosa is a business and entertainment district located in a portion of Colonia Juárez, near the center of Mexico City.

Santa Fe is in the western area of Mexico City. It is the newest and most modern district of the city …

Polanco refers to an area of Mexico City north of Chapultepec Park. This district is delimited by Paseo de la Reforma …

La Villa de Guadalupe is in the northern part of Mexico City, part of the delegación of Gustavo A.

Chapultepec is a district of Mexico City. "Chapultepec" means "Grasshopper Hill" in Nahuatl, the language of the "Aztecs".

Ciudad Satelite or simply "Satelite" is part of the metropolitan area of Mexico City.

Tlalpan and Pedregal is a district of Mexico City. Tlalpan comprises several small towns south of Mexico City, including Tlalpan itself, Chicalcoyotl, San Pedro Martir, San Andres Totoltepec, Xicalco and San Miguel Ajusco.

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Andrés Bello 29, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5999 0000

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Calle Amberes No.27, Cuauhtémoc, Juarez, Ciudad de Mexico
+52 55 5080 4500

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Calle Dakota 95, Benito Juárez, Col. Nápoles, Ciudad de México
+52 55 1164 1164

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Av. Francisco I. Madero 73, Cuauhtémoc, Centro, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5521 8600

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Av. 16 de Septiembre No. 82, Centro, Ciudad de México
+52 55 1083 7700

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Av. Revolucion 583, Benito Juarez, San Pedro de Los Pinos, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5278 9950

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Paseo de la Reforma 1, Cuauhtémoc, Tabacalera, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5128 5000

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Calle Londres #130, Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5080 0800

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Av. Juárez 76, Cuauhtemoc, Centro, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5130 2900

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Insurgentes Sur 635, Benito Juárez, Nápoles, Ciudad de México
+52 55 5448 0490

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