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Welcome to Tourist Atlas of Mexico The "Tourist Atlas of Mexico" is the systematic recording of all public property, natural and cultural resources that may become national attractions, places of interest and in general all those areas and territorial areas of tourism development.

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Mexico City Tourist Information Condesa, Colonia Roma, Zona Rosa. Posada Viena Hotel. Condesa, Roma, Zona Rosa Map. Condesa, Roma, Zona Rosa Tourist Attractions. Misión Express Hotel. Condesa, Roma, Zona Rosa Tourist Attractions. La Casona Hotel. Polanco-Lomas. Le Meridien Hotel. Polanco-Lomas Map. AMEVH. Polanco-Lomas Tourist Attractions. City Express Hotel. Polanco-Lomas Tourist Attractions. Historic Center. Holiday Inn Hotel. Best Western Estoril Hotel. Historic Center Map. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. Centro Histórico Tourist Attractions. San Ángel. El Rollo. San Ángel Map. San Ángel Tourist Attractions. Coyoacán. Mexitours, Tour Operator. Coyoacán Map. Coyoacán Tourist Attractions. Coyoacán Tourist Attractions. Other Attractions in Mexico City. Radisson Flamingos Hotel. Other Attractions in Mexico City. Other Attractions in Mexico City. Teotihuacán. Teotihuacán en bici. Santa Fé. Estrella Roja. Santa Fé Map. Meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitios (MICE) in Mexico City. Centro Banamex. Venues for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitios. Venues for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitios. Mexico City Subway Map. Mexico City Metrobus Map. Map of Mexico City Main Streets. Map of Mexico City Surroundings. Travel Distances Table.


Mexico est la capitale de la République Mexicaine et le centre financier, culturel et politique du pays. C’est aussi la ville la plus grande et la plus peuplée au monde. Ses 700 ans d’histoire se contemplent entre ses grandes avenues, ses périphériques et ses gratte-ciels. Ce long parcours vous fera découvrir les expressions d’une tradition enracinée dans le passé indigène et colonial, ainsi que les formes les plus raffinées de l’art ou de l’architecture, reflétant la modernité et le futur d’une agglomération en constante expansion. Les vestiges préhispaniques racontent la grandeur des premières civilisations qui s’installèrent. L’architecture coloniale, dans ses styles les plus purs (baroque ou néoclassique), sont un excellent exemple du métissage entre la sculpture indigène et la grandeur des constructions européennes. Dans toute la ville vous trouverez des exemples des sobres et somptueux temples, des « casonas » ou des couvents. Les quartiers de Coyoacán, San Ángel ou Tlalpan vous séduiront par leur caractère pittoresque et unique. Pour les amoureux des arts et de l’histoire, la ville est une fourmilière où l’on trouve pas moins de 140 musées, 64 théâtres, 15 centres culturels et 7 zones archéologiques proches. Mexico, authentique ville cosmopolite, révèle une activité frénétique de jour comme de nuit. Son infrastructure touristique mettra à votre disposition de nombreux hôtels de luxe, des restaurants sophistiqués, et une grande variété de commerces pour tous les goûts et tous les budgets. Le climat de la ville est tempéré subhumide, avec une température moyenne annuelle de 15ºC.

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For hipsters, artists, and people who like bohemian and intellectual atmosphere this area is a must-see attraction. The three different districts offer unique places. Zona Rosa is a neighborhood known for its shopping, nightlife and restaurants, which cater to foreign and Mexican visitors, as well as businessmen of the nearby Paseo de la Reforma. La Condesa is an area considered to be one of the most fashionable with a number of examples of older Art Deco architecture and wide avenues lined with trees. Its character may be compared to that of the Soho in New York and the Latin Quarter in Paris. It is filled with restaurants, cafes, boutiques and art galleries. Colonia Roma is a district with streets and houses built back in the 40’s based on European styles with many restaurants offering Latin American cuisine.

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El Á Ángel de la Independencia (Independence Monument) - It is named “The Angel” and it is the landmark of the city inaugurated on 1910, the statue of an angel is standing atop of a 100 feet column. Zona Rosa (Pink Zone) - It is an area with sidewalk cafes, fancy restaurants, nightclubs, galleries, shops and boutiques. Casa Universitaria del Libro (University Book House) – Located in a magnificent mansion, this is forum to promote culturas activities such as conferences, concerts, presentations and workshops. Casa Lamm – Located in a house built in the early 20th century with an European style. Today is a cultural center with some exhibition space and some graduate level programs. It features a bookstore, library and cafeteria.

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Ripley’s Museum - It shows the incredible and strange things. Monday-Friday: 11:00-19:00 hrs. Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-19:00 hrs. Wax Museum - Famous characters portrayed in wax. Monday-: 11:00-19:00 hrs. Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-19:00 hrs. Carranza Museum - The objects displayed are related to the life of the Mexican leader. Tuesday-Saturday 9:00-18:00 hrs. Sunday: 11:00-16:00 hrs. Museum of the Revolution - The museum exhibit the contemporary history of Mexico. With a library, conferences and lectures. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00 hrs.

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Alfonso Reyes Museum - Exhibits personal objects that belonged to Reyes. This museum is also a center of literary studies. Monday-Thursday and Friday: 9:00-3:00 hrs. Holocaust Museum - Exhibits a collection of photographs and utensils that belonged to the 201 Squad. Monday-Thursday: 10:00-13:15 and 4:00-17:15 hrs. Ruth Lechuga Museum – This house-museum invites us to share each of its spaces occupied with furniture, lacquerware, masks, dolls, paintings, ceramics and endless pieces of Mexican folk art. Visits only for groups with prior reservations. Ramón López Velarde Museum – It has two important libraries formed by approximately 5,154 books. Tuesday-Friday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Saturday: 10:00-15:00 hrs. Mexican Plastic Art Museum – It has displayed the most representative works of Mexican plastic arts. MondayFriday: 10:00-5:00 hrs. Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-15:00 hrs.

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At the end of Paseo de la Reforma Avenue looms Chapultepec hill, on the top is a beautiful ancient castle surrounded by the centuries-old forest, world-class museums, amusement parks, a zoo and lakes. This is the perfect place to share a good time with your family. This is an upmarket neighborhood. It houses the offices of international organizations, embassies, and the offices of many corporations, as well as upscale hotels, designer shops, modern malls, gourmet restaurants, and art galleries. The perfect place to pamper yourself!

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Chapultepec Park - Once it was used as a retreat for Aztec royalty, and today a popular place to hangout on weekends. Night tours of the first section in the train that circuits the park is popular around Christmas time, when many of the attractions are lit for the season. Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium) - It is a modern construction with a capacity of 9 thousand spectators where famous performers have been presented. In the back there are other theaters. Casa del Lago (The House of the Lake) - Is a place for cultural and artistic events. Chapultepec Zoo - Opened in 1910, today has some 1,800 animals of 260 different species. La Feria (Chapultepec Amusement Park) - It has mechanical rides with a roller coaster, an artificial lake, restaurant, and coffee shop. Quinta Colorada – It is located in the former accommodation for the forest rangers of the area in the early 20th century. The house has an European style and house various cultural activities as well as a small planetarium. Hipódromo de las Américas – It is a throughbred and quarter-horse race track. With a hight-tech modern architecture is one of the best in the world. It can accommodate 10,000 visitors. There are restaurants and rooms for events.

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National Museum of Anthropology – It displays the biggest and more valuable archeological collection in Mexico. Tuesday-Saturday 9:00-19:00 hrs. Sunday 10:00-18:00 hrs. Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum - Exhibits a collection of art from: Miró, Warhol, Bacon, Botero, Picasso, and Tamayo. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. National Museum of History - Located in the Castle of Chapultepec, residence of Maximiliano de Habsburgo and some presidents of the 19th century, display an exhibition of furniture, clothes and paintings depicting Mexican history. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00 hrs.

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Museum of Modern Art - It has a permanent collection of paintings of Rivera, Siqueiros, Orozco, Kahlo, among others. Tuesday-Sunday: 10.00-17:30 hrs. Museo del Caracol - It shows the history of Mexico from the 16th Century to 1917. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-16:00 hrs. Museum of Natural History - It shows different stages in the evolution of the universe and the human being. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs. “Papalote” Museo del Niño - It is a place to have fun while learning about art and science. It also has an IMAX screen. Monday-Friday: 9:00-18:00 hrs. Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-19:0(The Kite, Children’s Museum) 0 hrs. Museum of Electricity - Visitors can experiment the basic principles of Science and Technology thanks to all the interactive devices that this museum offers. Monday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00 hrs. Luis Barragán Museum - House of the famous architect Luis Barragán, his architectural style has been referred to as both modern and minimalist. The house-museum exhibits a collection of Mexican art from the 16th to 20th Century. Monday-Friday: 10:00-14:00 and 16:00-18:00 hrs. Saturday 10:00-13:00 hrs. David Alfaro Siqueiros Museum - Located in the artist´s house. It shows his life and simples of his work. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Soumaya Museum- Considered one of the 15 most important art museums in the world, with more than 60,000 pieces of renowned artist like: Rodin, Renoir, Van Gogh, Rivera, Tamayo, Picasso, Cézanne, Matisse, among others. Daily 10:30 -18:30 hrs. Museo Casa de la Bola (House of the Ball Museum) It was built in the 16th century as an hacienda. In the 1940s it was remodeled and decorated with an eclectic and sumptuous style. Today it is a museum with thirteen halls filled with furniture, paintings, European tapestries and more from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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The Historic Center is a UNESCO world heritage site that was once the capital of the ancient Aztec empire and then the seat of power for the Spanish colony of New Spain. It contains more than 2,000 buildings of historical importance and an impressive archeological site. Many of these buildings are shrouded in magic and legend. You may walk along the streets filled with history, and come across luxury hotels, impressive museums, five-star restaurants, department stores with more than a hundred-year-old history, beautifully decorated churches and monuments.

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Palacio Nacional (National Palace) - Built atop the rubble that once was Moctezuma palace. Inside there are wonderful murals of Rivera and it is the seat of executive power. Zocalo - The largest square in the city flanked by the pre-Hispanic Great Temple, the National Palace and the Cathedral. Templo Mayor (The Great Temple) - It was the core of the Aztec’s ceremonial center. Many artifacts found in the site are on display. San Felipe de Jesus Hospital -The first hospital built in America in the 16th century. Palacio de Mineria (Mining Palace) - Built in the 18th century under the direction of Manuel Tolsá it is considered a masterpiece of neoclassic architecture. Palacio Postal (Post Office Palace)- Building finished in 1908, its architecture is a combination of plateresque, gotic and mooresh styles. It has a library and a museum. Palacio de la inquisición (Palace of the Inquisition) Built in the XVIII century, it was the courtroom of the Holy Inquisition, and then the headquarter of the Mexican School of Medicine. Today it houses the Museum of Mexican Medicine. Tuesday-Friday: 9:00-18:00 hrs. Saturday and Sunday 9:00-14:00.hrs Alameda Park - Ancient plaza from the 16th century with nice fountains and sculptures. It has been recently renovated. Plaza Garibaldi – Home of the mariachi music. It has several restaurants and bars. Located in the plaza is the Museum of Tequila and Mezcal, its main purpose is to show the drinks’ history and production, it has a nice tasting room. Wednesday-Monday: 11:00–19:00 hrs. Antiguo Edificio del Ayuntamiento (Old City Hall) – The original construction included the entire block. In 1906 to commemorate the Centennial of Independence the building was remodeled. Antigua Escuela de Economía (Old School of Economics) – It was founded in 1929 and it is located in a nice Renaissance-style building blending Art Nouveau elements. It features beautiful event spaces. Antigua Escuela de Jurisprundecia (Old School of Jurisprudence) – The building was originally the Convent of St. Catherine of Siena, founded in 1593. The school settled on the property in 1908.

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Colegio de San Ignacio de Loyola Vizcainas - It was established in the mid 18th century in a Baroque building. The most impressive aspect of the interior, is the chapel in an elaborate Churrigueresque style. The Historic Archives maintain the school's records from the beginning and has its own museum. Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana (University of the Cloister of Sor Juana) - Located in the former San Jerónimo Convent founded in 1585. This convent is best known for having been the home of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz for over twenty five years in the 17th century. Since 1982 home to the University that has been responsible for the restoration of this beautiful building. Club de Banqueros (Bankers Club) - This building was built in 1548, and it was used as the first School for half-breed girls in Latin American. In 1994 the construction was restored and became the Bankers Club. Torre Latinoamericana (Latin-American Tower) - It is the first skyscraper in the city. On the 44th floor there is a site museum, and a fully remodeled observation deck with a beautiful panoramic view of the city. Casa de los Azulejos (House of Tiles) - It dates back to the 16th century and the façade is covered with attractive tiles. In the main stairway is one of the earliest works by Jose Clemente Orozco. Today is a restaurant. Casas de Mayorazgo de Guerrero (Houses of the Mayorazgo de Guerrero) - The two buildings are nearly twins with tezontel stone facades built in the 16th century. The “Small House” or the servants house hosted the workshop of the famous Mexican engraver Jose Guadalupe Posada (1852-1913). And in the “Large House”, Rufino Tamaño painted a fresco, dedicated to music.

The Metropolitan Cathedral - The project started in 1532 and finished in 1813. The striking church has renaissance, Baroque and neoclassic styles. The altar of the Kings is simply magnificent. Situated to the right of the main cathedral, is the Metropolitan Tabernacle with a Baroque style, it is richly decorated. Church of Santo Domingo - Construction from the 18th century with Baroque, churrigueresque and neoclassic altars. © 2013 All rights reserved. Contents can not be reproduced for commercial purposes.


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Temple of San Felipe Neri “La Profesa” (The Professed House) - Built in the 17th century one of its altars was design by Manuel Tolsá with a neoclassic style. Eleven neoclassical altarpieces, attached to the north and south walls harmonize with the main altarpiece. The church is also noted for its very large collection of colonial-era artworks spanning three centuries by some of Mexico’s best artists including: Cristóbal de Villalpando, Juan Correa, Miguel Cabrera, Miguel de Herrera y Pelegrín Clavé, entre otros. San Hipolito Church - A Baroque style construction, built in 1739. Famous because it is the center for the veneration of San Judas Tadeo. Temple and Ex Convent of San Lorenzo – This is a 17th century building with a majestic Barroque style. Temple and Square of Santa Catarina Mártir – The church dates back to 1568. Parish of Santa Veracruz – This church was built over a former temple in 1759. The facade has a Baroque style. The remains of Manuel Tolsá, the architect responsible for a number of the city center’s iconic buildings, were buried here.

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Temple of the Holy Trinity - The temple was built in the 18th century and is a magnificent example of Mexican Baroque. Temple of Porta Coelli – Built by the Dominicans has a simple neoclassical facade. Inside the walls are decorated with Byzantine style murals. Former Church of St. Augustine – This is an 18th century building with a Renaissance style. Today it houses the National Library.

San Ildefonso College - Founded in 1588. The facade has a churrigueresque style and inside there are beautiful murals of Orosco, Siqueiros and Revueltas. It presents temporary exhibits. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:30 hrs. Ex-Teresa Arte Actual – A baroque convent built in the 18th Century. The museum exhibits no conventional art. Monday-Sunday: 10:00 -18:00 hrs. Museo de la Luz (Museum of Light) - Former temple of St Peter and St. Paul. The exhibit has cultural and scientific purposes. Monday-Friday: 9:00-16:00 hrs. Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs.


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Franz Mayer Museum - It has an important collection of art pieces from the 16th to 19th centuries. TuesdaySun 10:00-17:00 hrs. Museum of the City of Mexico - This building used to be the palace of the Counts of Santiago de Calimaya, ant it has a beautiful Baroque style. It shows a route through history of the city since Tenochtitlan until today. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Jose Luis Cuevas Museum - There are drawings, sculptures and graphic work of the artist, as well as temporary exhibits. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Museo Mural de Diego Rivera - It has temporary exhibits and a light-and-sound show of the mural “Sunday: afternoon Dream in the Alameda” depicting the history of the famous park. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Palacio de las Bellas Artes (The Fine Arts Palace) The Palace has been the scene of some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature. It is a striking building with art nouveau and art deco styles, but the most impacting aspect is the stage "curtain" which is a stained glass created out of nearly a million pieces of iridescent colored glass by Tiffany's in New York, the design has the volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl done by Gerardo Murillo (Dr. Atl). It houses a number of murals painted by Rufino Tamayo, Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco, four galleries and The National Museum of Architecture. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Museo Nacional de Arte (National Museum of Art) - It exhibits Mexican art from the 16th century to 1950. Tuesday- Sunday: 10:30-17:30 hrs. Museo Nacional de las Culturas (National Museum of Cultures) - A building from the 18th century houses an exhibit of collections showing different cultures of the world. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:30-18:00 hrs. San Carlos Museum - Ancient building design by Manuel Tolsá. It exhibits art collection from 14th to 20th century, with pieces of Tintoretto, Tiziano, Zurbarán and Rivera. Wednesday-Monday: 10:00-18:00 hrs.

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San Fernando Cemetery and Museum - It was part of an 18th Century Convent. Several famous personages of the Mexican history are buried here. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00 hrs. Museo del Zapato (Shoe Museum) - It features a very original collection with over 2,000 shoes from five continents in different decades. Monday-Friday: 10:0014:00 hrs. and 15:30-18:00 hrs. Museo de la Policía (Mexico City Police Museum) – Located in a beautiful building from the beginning of the 20th Century, the museum displays a collection with crime-related themes. Monday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Museo de Arte Popular (Museum of Popular Art) - The collection contains both older and newer craft pieces from the various traditions that make up Mexican culture. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Wednesday: 10:00-21:00 hrs. Museo del Ejército y Fuerza Aérea (Army and Air Force Museum of Mexico) - Located in an 18th Century building where was the Convent of the Order of Betlemitas. The museum has a permanent exhibition of clothing and weapons that have been used by the army and air force as well as valuable historical documents. Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18-00 hrs. Sunday 10:00 -16:00 hrs. Museo de la Charrería - Exhibits costumes and items relating to the charro tradition. It is located in the old Convent Montserrat founded in the 17th century by the order of Benedictine nuns. Monday-Friday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Museo de la Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público The Museum of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit is housed in what was the Palace of the Archbishopric, built in 1530. It houses a representative sample of contemporary art in Mexico. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs. Museo de la Caricatura (Caricature Museum) - Located in an 18th century building with pre-Hispanic vestiges. The collection includes mostly political cartoons from the XIX and XX Centuries. Daily 10:00-17:00 hrs. Museum of Estanquillo (magazines and comics) Exhibits lithographs, trading cards and cartoons, and many other things related to the Mexican traditions and history. Everything in display is part of the collection of the famous writer Carlos Monsivais. Wednesday–Monday: 10:00-18:00 hrs.

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Museo de la Memoria y Tolerancia (Museum of Remembrance and Tolerance) - Permanent exhibits include those on the holocaust and other humanitarian atrocities in history among others. Memory and Tolerance are contained on the top three levels of the Museum. Tuesday-Friday: 9:00-18:00 hrs. Museo Interactivo de Economía, MIDE (Interactive Museum of Economics) – Created by the Bank of Mexico and various financial institutions, the museum is housed in an old Bethehemite convent. The museum is open to the public and features hands-on exhibits meant to make the basic concepts of economics fun and engaging. Palacio de Iturbide (Palace of Iturbide) - The building s a jewel of Baroque architecture and dates back to 1779. It houses Banamex Cultural Palace Museum since 2004. The exhibition consists of 4,300 works of art, including paintings by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, Dr. Atl, Joaquín Clausell and Frida Kahlo, among others.

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Laboratorio de Arte Alameda – It is located in the former convet of San Diego. The museum offers a sampling of Vanguard and Contemporary Art. Museo Serfín (Casa Borda) – Over the centuries, the mansion was fragmented, today we can admire the old patios and the original balcony of the 17th century. The museum offered a small collection of indigenous clothing and colonial-era garb. Museo de la Mujer (Women's Museum) – This building housed the University Press. The exhibition shows the stereotypical female roles since Pre-Hispanic times until our contemporary time. It has a documentation center, library and film club. Museo de la Estampa (Stamp Museum) – It is located in an historical building of the 16th century. The construction has been renovated and exhibits more than 12,000 pieces, a sample of the great tradition of Mexican stamps. Academia de San Carlos (Academy of San Carlos) – The Academy of San Carlos was initially founded in 1781 under the name of the School of Engraving. The most significant area of this building is its elegant central courtyard framed by arches and covered by a huge glass dome, decorated by reproductions of classical and Renaissance sculptures. It has a beautiful library and an impressive collection of works by renowned artists such as Rubens, Durero, Rembrandt, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Goya, Diego Velázquez, José María Velasco, Rufino Tamayo and Diego Rivera, among others.


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This neighborhood has been kept in a time capsule. The beautiful plazas, narrow cobblestone streets, and old colorful houses with elaborate balconies, mantain an authentic colonial atmosphere. Today San Angel also features many exclusive boutiques and art galleries. Plaza de San Jacinto, is surrounded by restaurants where you can enjoy outdoor dining on beautiful patios or terraces. The square is best known for its Saturday art bazaar. High-quality handicrafts, antiques, art, and Mexican food are all offered here. Since 2010 San Ángel urban architecture (streets, squares, churches, convents, etc), became the city’s first Tangible Cultural Heritage of Mexico City and the cultural expressions manifested in the neighborhood as Intangible Cultural Heritage

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Jardín Hidalgo (Hidalgo Park) - It is surrounded by colonial buildings like the Exconvent of El Carmen. During the weekends you may find vendors, artisans and musicians around the park. San Jacinto Plaza - On Saturdays this is the site of the famous “Bazar del Sábado” where artisans, vendors and artists expose their pieces. There is a church founded in the 16th century. San Angel Cultural Center – This 19th century building houses different art expressions. TuesdaySunday: 10:00-21:00 hrs.

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Ex-convent of El Carmen - Built in the 17th century by Carmelite monks was one of the most important properties in the colonial era. The beautiful temple has a magnificent baroque altar and three domes covered by exquisite Talavera pottery. The convent has become a museum and exhibits several pieces of viceregal art and several religious artifacts, as well as a greatly decorated crypt in which the mummified bodies of some influential characters rest. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-21:00 hrs. San Sebastían Mártir Church (Chimalistac) - Its Baroque altar dates from the 18th century, and it has art pieces created by Miguel Cabrera.

Casa del Risco Museum - Exhibits European paintings from the 14th through 18th Centuries, and a highly ornate Baroque fountain. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs. Carrillo Gil Museum - Exhibits a collection of contemporary art. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo - The building, which houses the museum, was built as a home and studio for Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, by the also famous muralist and architect, Juan O'Gorman. The museum displays works of easel pictures, pieces of pre-Hispanic art and popular papers, personal items and vintage photographs that recreate the atmosphere of life and work of Diego and Frida. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs.


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Stunningly beautiful neighborhood of cobblestone streets lined by massive old trees defined by their small plazas and Colonial-Era homes with boutiques, galleries, ancient churches, restaurants with nice outdoor terraces, bookstores, and cafes. This whole area is infused with a particular international feeling that lends a bohemian touch to the neighborhoods where many intellectuals and artists have lived, like Le贸n Trotsky, Octavio Paz, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Salvador Novo. Theaters, jugglers, mime artists, street musicians, paintings and sculptures display in the plazas, are just some of the cultural activities around this area. Here, visitors find a little of the old, provincial Mexico.

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Plaza Santa Catarina – Its history dates back to 1540 when a small chapel was erected. The present chapel dates from 1740 and is surrounded by beautiful trees that give a nice quiet atmosphere. On one side there is a small theater and opposite the Jesus Reyes Heroles House of Culture which hold art and cultural events. Jardín del Centenario – It is located in the center of Coyoacan and is the gathering point for locals and visitors alike. It is surrounded by bookstores and restaurants where you can have a coffe or a nation-wide famous ice cream. On weekends there is a craft market. The main entrance to what used to be the atrium of the Parish of San Juan Bautista, still exist on the west side of this plaza and are called the Arcadas Atrial or the Arcos del Jardín del Centennario. This entrance was built in the 16th century of stone with decorative motifs that show both European and indigenous influence. Jardín Hidalgo (Hidalgo Park) - Hidalgo is the main plaza or square of the borough. In the center of the plaza, there is an early 20th century kiosk with a stained glass cupola and a statue of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. On one side is the Casa Municipal, served as an administrative/governmental building since it was constructed in the 18th century, and the Parish of San Juan Bautista. Plaza de la Conchita – Acording to historians, the plaza was a pre-Hispanic ceremonial center (Coyohuacan), on which Cortés had a chapel built. Here, the first mass was celebrated. Today, the small

San Antonio Panzacola Chapel – Building from the 17th century with a Baroque style, located in front of one of the few colonial bridges that remain intact. Parish of San Juan Bautista – This is one the oldest temples of the Mexican Valley. Along four centuries it has been rebuilt in 1804 and remodeled in 1926, but it has remained as a beautiful colonial building. The Santisimo Chapel houses extraordinary Baroque altarpieces decorated with Vice Royal paintings from the 18th century. © 2013 All rights reserved. Contents can not be reproduced for commercial purposes.


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Leon Trotsky Museum – It consists of the house that Trotsky lived in during his exile and it has kept the original furniture. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs. Frida Kahlo Museum - This was Kahlo’s house and exhibits art pieces and the way the artist lived with Diego Rivera. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00 hrs. Museo Nacional de Acuarela (National Watercolor Museum) - The collection displays 300 watercolors donated by Alfredo Guati Rojo. Tuesday-Sunday: 11:00-18:00 hrs. Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares (National Museum of Popular Culture) - Presents many pieces showing the popular art in Mexico. Tuesday-Thursday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Friday-Sunday: 10:00-20:00 hrs.

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Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones (National Museum of the Interventions) - Located in a Franciscan convent built in the 17th Century. Exhibits items related with all the military interventions of Mexico. The museum also has temporary exhibitions and an important collection of religious art. TuesdaySunday: 9:00-18:00 hrs. Geles Cabrera Sculpture Museum - It contains a permanent collection of Mexican sculpture in various materials. Monday-Friday: 11:00-14:00 and 16:0018:00 hrs. Saturday: 9:00-13:00 hrs.


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Centro Cultural Universitario (University Culture Center) – Architectural complex with several cultural venues such as: Sala Nezahualcoyotl, a concert hall considered one of the most important in Latin America. Juan Ruíz de Alarcón Theater, with a spectator capacity of 430. The Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Forum, with a spectator capacity of 250. The University Museum of Contemporary Art displays a collection of about 2,600 pieces from the second half of the 20th century including 154 photographs taken by Andy Warhol. Scultoric Space, displays several scattered geometric sculptures created by famous contemporary artists like: Sebastian, Manuel Felguérez and Federico Silva, among others. Sala Miguel Covarrubias, a theater for dancing with a spectator capacity of 724 spectators. Sala José Revueltas and Sala Julio Bracho, both cinema theatres screen an ecletic selection of Mexican and international films. And several other spaces, dedicated to cultural activities. Museo Universum (UNIVERSUM, the Science Museum) – It has more than 700 hands-on exhibits spread over an area of more than 236,800 square feet. UNIVERSUM houses interactive exhibits about science, geared to the general public in 13 permanent exhibit halls. Monday-Friday: 9:00-18:00 hrs. Saturday and Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs.

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Jose de la Herran Planetarium - The Planetarium has a digital projection showing the various celestial objects. It offers a journey through the night sky, and changes according to the month. It features films related to astronomy. Museo de Historia de Tlalpan (Museum of the History of Tlalpan) – It is housed in a building known as “La Casona” (The Mansion), which dates to 1874. The museum explores the culture and history of the Tlalpan borough and exhibits pieces of some masters of the plastic and visual art. Museo Histórico Naval (Naval Historical Museum) The museum displays photographs, documentation, models, scale ships, naval weapons and equipment. Museo del Fuego Nuevo (Museum of The New Fire) – The name is related with a ritual conducted in the Cerro de la Estrella during the pre-Hispanic era. This museum is the home to the Fuego Nuevo Pyramid and exhibits more than 500 archaeological pieces. There are also scenes of the daily life during the pre-Hispanic and colonial eras, as well as a Codex with a representation of the New Fire Ceremony. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs. Ex Convent Culhuacán – It was built by the Agustinian friars. The monastery of San Juan Evangelista is one of the few remaining from the 16th century in Mexico City. Today it houses a museum with three halls dedicated to the area’s pre Hispanic history and the area which used to be a private chapel for the use of the monks, relates to the colonial history. It features a museum that exhibits prehispanic pieces and works of the colonial era stands Agustina Cell, which is a reproduction of how the Augustinian friars lived. Tuesday-Sunday: 9:0017:00 hrs.


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The Ajusco – A great place for those who love nature. It is ideal for activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding, motorcycling, hiking and climbing. This mountain offers stunning views of the Valley of Mexico. Xochimilco – Ancient water channels where you can take a ride on colorful gondola like boat called “trajinera” and buy meal, drinks, jewelry, etc. Meanwhile mariachis, marimbas and other bands travel up and down the canals and for a fee they will tie up to your boat and play for you. There are greenhouses and a large market offering a variety of handcrafts. The parish of San Bernardino founded in 1535, and the Chapel of El Rosario built in the 18th Century can also be visited in this area. Dolores Olmedo Museum – Located in a 16th-century old hacienda “La Noria” in Xochimilco, the museum host the greatest collection of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Angelina Beloff. Besides, there are fine pre-Hispanic pieces on display, colonial furniture and beautiful items of folk art. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs.

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Cuicuilco Archeological Zone – It is considered one of the most important ceremonial centers in Mexico. Archaeological findings at Cuicuilco consist of a circular pyramid with a diameter of 135 meters, and nearly 25 meters high. The pyramid is constructed within a plaza with smaller structures. Desierto de los Leones (Desert of the Lions) – A National Park located 32 kilometers (20 miles) southeast from the city. It is a forest of outstanding beauty with an ancient monastery built in the 17th century. The ex-monastery has a small museum, and occasionally holds cultural events. The park is ideal for camping, hiking, and mountain biking. Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe – This is one of the more visited sanctuaries with thousands of pilgrims every year. The new Basilica has a vast, rounded interior space, so the image of the Virgin can be viewed from many perspectives. The church that used to house the image of the Virgin is right next to it and its main altar was built on the same place where Juan Diego surprisingly found flowers, in spite of the winter frost. Planetario Luis Enrique Erro – It is a planetarium with a stellar dome and a digital projection system. In addition, you can visit the electromagnetism room. Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00 hrs. Palacio de los Deportes (Palace of Sports) – It is an indoor arena with an overall capacity of 20,000, in which sports and artistic events are also celebrated. The dome consists of hyperbolic paraboloids of tubular aluminum covered with waterproof copper-sheathed plywood.


Teotihuacan - It is the oldest and one of the more majestic pre-Hispanic cities, located 40 kilometers (25 miles) northeast from Mexico City, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Teotihuacan is a Nahuatl (Aztec) name meaning "place where gods were born". The main structures within the Ceremonial Center are: La Ciudadela, a 400 meters side square area (1300 ft.). Inside are various structures with bas-relief executed slopes showing waving snakes with feather covered bodies, big heads with Tlaloc attributes and shells. La Calzada de los Muertos (Avenue of the Dead), has more than 800 aligned basements. La Pirámide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun) it used to be more than 75 meters high (250 ft.), but today it is 64 meters high (215 ft.) and it is one of the tallest pre-Hispanic buildings. Pirámide de la Luna (Pyramid of the Moon) is 44 meters high (146 ft.). Palacio de Quetzalpapalotl (Palace of the Quetzalpapalotl); its inner patio is decorated with sculptures executed in bas-relief showing a mythical animal called “quetzal-butterfly” with frames showing aquatic symbols. Palacio de los Jaguares (Palace of the Jaguars) is a yard surrounded by chambers with remains of mural painting. Palacio de Tepantitla (Tepantitla Palace), a big complex with abundant mural paintings. Palacio de Tetitla (Tetitla Palace); it is a building of huge proportions with patios, temples and chambers labyrinths showing mural painting remains. The site has a museum, a bookstore, cafeteria, bathrooms and it also offers guided tours. Monday-Sunday: 7:00-18:00 hrs.

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Santa Fe

Santa Fe is Mexico City's newest and most modern neighborhood, and it has become the major business district in the city. It includes a residential area, high-tech and multinational companies, banks, college campuses, a convention center, and the largest shopping complex in Latin America. Santa Fe looks more like a modern American neighborhood than anywhere else in Mexico City.

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Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and one of the cities with the highest Gross domestic product (GDP) in the world. The city represents a mixture of races, cultures, history and diversity, one of the most dynamic urban settings in the world. It is the oldest capital city in the continent, founded in the year 1325 with the name of Mexico Tenochtitlan by the Mexicas and the Aztecs. It is the only city that has four sites declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO (Xochimilco, Luis Barragan House, UNAM and the Historic Center). Mexico City enjoys a strategic position in the heart of the hemisphere with non- stop air service from more than 20 countries, a wide range of venues, luxury hotels and fancy restaurants and entertainments. There is something interesting and entertaining for everyone. It is one of the destinations with the highest number of tourist facilities. It currently has more than 49,000 rooms in 676 hotels. In the luxury segment, the city has 144 hotels with a total of 22,414 rooms. In this category, 101 have services and facilities for meetings and conventions with about 19.120 rooms. The city has hosted events such as the Olympic Games (1968) and Football World Cups (1970 and 1986). It has received major international events like the IV World Water Forum with 13,000 participants (2006), the XVII International AIDS Conference with 20,000 attendees (2008),and the Mary Kay National Convention with 12,000 attendees (2012). According to the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), Mexico City moved up 23 places in the world rankings in the last four years, moving from 62nd place in 2007 to 39 in 2011. This places the city, as the fifth largest city in America and the most important in Mexico. Mexico City has several exhibition centers with state-of-the-art facilities and top international standards to carry out any kind of event such as: The World Trade Center, Centro Banamex, Bancomer Center, Expo Reforma, Centro MĂŠdico Siglo XXI, International Conference Center , Meet in Polanco and the National Auditorium. Additionally, the city has a wide variety of cultural and natural settings, as well as historic venues offering unique services and facilities for a unique event.

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Facilities Academia de San Carlos (Academy of San Carlos)

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Alcázar del Castillo de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Castle)

The palace displays many courtyards, stairways,gardens with a museum illustrating the history of the country since the conquest.

Colonial Coutyard 800 Garden 500 Chapulín Fountain 500 Main Concourse 1,000

Antigua Escuela de Economía (Old School of Economics)

An Art Nouveau house built in the early twentieth century It has a unique elevator.

Spaces from 50 to 150

Antigua Escuela de Jurisprudencia (Old School of Jurisprudence)

The building dates back to 1619 and it was renovated in 1823.

Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso (San Ildefonso College)

Extraordinary building, a real jewel from the 18th century. It has three courtyards, one of which holds important murals made by: Orozco, Siqueiros, and Gabino Barreda Revueltas.

Patio 400 Main Courtyard 500 José Clemente Orozco 110

Antiguo Palacio del Arzobispado (Palace of the Archbishopric)

An eclectic colonial construction that incorporates many architectural styles. It displays two beautiful courtyards with fountains.

Various areas 1,300

Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium)

Entertainment Center with spaces for banquets and special events. It is among the top in the world by various specialized media.

Casa Universitaria del Libro (University Book House)

Splendid residence built in 1925, with luxurious interiors and a unique style.

Casa del Lago (Lake House)

Renowned for its architectural beauty and magnificent view to Chapultepec Castle.

Terrace and Concourse 350 each one José Emilio Pacheco 80

Casino Español de México

Porfirian building that has spacious rooms and a public library.

Several rooms with various capacities

Colegio de San Ignacio Loyola Vizcaínas

There are three portals. Inside, an imposing stairway leads to a chapel inside a large courtyard bordered by arches. There are eleven interior courtyards which still have their original tiles.

12 patios and rooms 25 a 1,200 Main Courtyard 1,200

Hipódromo de las Américas

It is a thoroughbred and quarter-horse race. A unique facility and uses the latest in technology. This is one of the best racetracks in the world.

Las Américas Hall 120 The Terrace 400 Suites Winner’s Circle 45 Paddock 200 a 1,500

Monumental Plaza México Plaza México

The world’s largest bullring and it can hold up to 45,000 people. It has a surfuce of 1,452 m² (15,629 ft²)

Museo de la Ciudad de México – Carlos Fuentes (Museum of the City of Mexico)

The Palace of the Counts of Santiago de Calimaya, is considered an architectural and artistic heritage.

Museo del Tequila y el Mezcal (Museum of Tequila and Mezcal)

Cultural space with exhibitios, concerts and a general overview of the tequila and mezcal production processes.

Restaurant and Terrace 200

Museo Dolores Olmedo

Located in Hacienda La Noria, an 16th century building, surrounded by splendid gardens. The museum exhibits a colection of Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and other artists.

Capacity up to 700

Museo Franz Mayer

Historical Monument with over 500 years of history. It houses the largest collection of decorative arts in Latin America. The furniture collection is one of the richest in Mexico for its variety.

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Polanco-Lomas

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The Patio 370 Classrooms 40 a 200

The Patio 300

Lecture Hall 200

Access Courtyard 200 Patio 700 José Clemente Orozco 130

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Video-conferencing Hall 50 Lídice Hall 35

Main Hall 150 Stained Glass Hall 80

Reading Room 50

Rosario Castellanos Theater 120

Los Reyes Room

Polanco-Lomas 14

Roma-Condesa 2

Polanco-Lomas 15

Historic Center

Historic Center 43

Infield 10,000 Corona Hall 2,800

Playa 1,500

Capacity 45,000

Polanco-Lomas 18

General Map 109

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Hall 500

The Cloister 350 Amigos Hall 50

Historic Center

Historic Center

Main Hall 9,683 Lunario 500 a 1,000 Central Lobby 130 Terrace 25

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Mayahuel Hall 80

Restaurant and Terrace 200

Historic Center 39

General Map 121

The Auditorium 200

The Cloister 800 Library 50

Eugenio Sisto Hall 500

Historic Center 62


Facilities

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Banquet

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Museo Interactivo de Economía (Interactive Museum of Economics)

Old Convent built by the Betlemitas in the 18th century. It is the first museum in the world dedicated exclusively to economics.

Main Courtyard 500

Museo José Luis Cuevas

Located in the Church of Sta. Inés founded in the 16th century. It had gathered a large collection of modern art.

Capacity up to 400

Museo Memoria y Tolerancia (Museum of Remembrance and Tolerance)

A modern building with iron-reinforced concrete with 6 levels. A a unique museum dedicated to showcasing all major historical events of discrimination and genocide. It has Night At The Museum Tour

The Lobby 400

Museo Nacional de Arte - MUNAL(National Museum of Art)

The architectural design is eclectic. It houses a collection of more than 3000 pieces of the fine arts in Mexico

Capacity up to 1,500

Museo Nacional de San Carlos

An 17th century building with a splendid courtyard and a beautiful staircase. It is devoted to European art.

Capacity up to 1,000

Museo Rufino Tamayo

It is recently remodeled and expanded. It exhibits the work of Tamayo and other manifestations of contemporary art.

Museo Soumaya

A six story building is covered by 16,000 hexagonal aluminum tiles. It has a collection of over 66,000 pieces of art: European works from the 15th to the 20th century. Mexican religious art, and a collection of Rodin.

Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo - MUAC (University Museum of Contemporary Art )

A contemporary building within the University Culture Center. It exhibits a public art collection.

Espacios para eventos y reuniones de trabajo

Palacio de la Autonomía (Palace of Autonomy)

With a history of 500 years, the present building is eclectic and dates from the late 19th century. It has the Hall of Odontology, the Mexican Radio Music Library and an archaeological exhibition.

Assembly Hall 140 Halls 40,70,100 y 150

Palacio de la Escuela de Medicina (Palace of the Inquisition)

Majestic example of colonial architecture. It houses a library and the Museum of Mexican Medicine.

Palacio de los Deportes (Palace of Sports)

An indoor arena with a circular design with a squarepatterned dome spanning 380 feet and enclosing an area of 6.7 acres. scenario of sports and entertainment events.

Palacio de Minería (Mining Palace)

It is one of architect Manuel Tolsá’s finest works, considered a masterpiece of Mexican neoclassicism. It has beautiful patios with stonework, a nice chapel, and a magnificent staircase.

Patio 900

Assembly Hall 190 Rectors Gallery 50

Papalote, Museo del Niño (The Kite, Children’s Museum)

The building is design with geometric figures and Mexican tiles. It has over 288 interactive exhibitions.

Capacity 600

Capacity 700

Polyforum Siqueiros

It is a decagon shaped construction with different exhibition spaces and hosts the largest mural work in the world.

Foro Universal 500

Foro Universal 1,000

El Lago Restaurant

It offers a service of excellence with magnifecent views of the Castle of Chapultepec.

Capacity up to 270

Polanco-Lomas

Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana (University of the Cloister of Sor Juana)

The former building dates back to 1585. It has colonial courtyards and modern buildings.

Capacity up to 500

Historic Center

Ex Convento de San Hipólito

A colonial monument with an impressive courtyard and a beautiful fountain.

Patio and Halls 1,250

Historic Center

Club de Banqueros (Bankers Club)

Beautiful colonial monument founded in 1548 with an splendid courtyard.

Museo del Templo Mayor (The Great Temple Museum)

It was built to house the Templo Mayor Project and its finds, since this was one of the main temples in Tenochtitlán.

Casa Lamm

Elegant construction completed in 1911.

Museo Casa de la Bola (House of the Ball Museum)

It is a 16th century hacienda remodeled in the 19th century. The museum offes a trip back in time to the times of the 18th century. ers a trip back in time to the society late 1800s. The rooms are exquisitely decorated with furniture and ornaments typical of the time.It has a garden of 10,000 m2 surrounded by fountains and walkways.

Centro de las Artes Santa Úrsula (Santa Ursula Art Center)

The Center is located in a modern building and it’s main purpose is to spread culture and education.

La Hacienda de los Morales

A real Hacienda with an exclusive athmosphere.

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Main Lobby 600

Patio 650

Historic Center 80

Historic Center 64

The Lobby 500 The Library 60

The Terrace 350

The Auditorium 210

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Auditorium 300

Historic Center 69

Auditorium 180

Polanco-Lomas

Cervantes Theater 1,500

Polanco-Lomas

Los Olivos Terrace 100 Apolo Terrace 40 Covered Terrace 100 Dining Room 50 Central Courtyard 300

15 Rooms 15 to 2,000

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General Map 112

Los Naranjos Patio 350

Assembly Hall 160

Historic Center 60

Dr. Gustavo Baz Prada 390

Historic Center 37

General Map 126

Historic Center 35

Capacity 900

Polanco-Lomas 25

Polyforum Theater 500

General Map 108

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Historic Center 45

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Patio 800

Historic Center

Historic Center 33

7 Halls 60 to 150

7 Halls 50 to 150

Conference Room 50

Apolo Terrace 40 Dining Room 70 Central Courtyard 400

12 Classrooms

Galería Terrace 150

7 Halls 20 to 45

Roma-Condesa 3

Polanco-Lomas 30

A.Ochoa Auditorium 215 G. Palomares 800

General Map

Polanco-Lomas


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Airport Tepozotlán, Querétaro

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MEXICO

45

San Juan del Río

Huichapan

120

Tepetitlán Presa Endhó

P. El Molino

Presa Tepuxtepec

MEXICO

Tula

57

Parque Nacional Rayón

Maravatio MEXICO

El Oro

126

MORELIA, PATZCUARO

Presa Jiloltepec Huapango Presa La Isla de Danxhó las Aves 4

Acambay

55

L. Los Baños Ixtlahuaca

MICHOACAN Zitácuaro

Presa Villa Parque Victoria Nacional Bosencheve

Valle de Bravo HUETAMO

47

Zempoala

Arcos del Sitio

Tepango

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Zacatlán

ALTOTONGA

Lago Tecomulco

11 Tepotzotlán

L. de Guadalupe

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TLAPACOYAN

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MEXICO

MEXICO

Tlalnepantla

Tlaxco Laguna de Atlanga

Canton

MEXICO

P. Ignacio P. Antonio Temoaya Ramírez Alzate

MEXICO

134

Yohualichán Cuetzalan

MEXICO

MEXICO

Villa del Carbón

MEXICO

Presa Tepeltlán

Presa Requena

MEXICO

Atlacomulco

Tlaxcalantongo

MEXICO

Huamango

MORELIA, PATZCUARO

130

Atotonilco El Grande Mineral Sta. Ma. del San Miguel Actopan Los Regla Presa Presa Chico Regla Frailes Sta. Ana Omitepec Huasca Parque Huapalcalco Prismas Nacional El Basálticos Chico Presa Mineral del Monte Tulancingo Tecojotal Pachuca 130 Valle de Cuatepec ESTADO Las Piedras Encimadas DE

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ACÁMBARO

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45

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Tequisquiapan

MEXICO

POZA RICA, PAPANTLA, NAUTLA, TECOLUTLA

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Meztitlán

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Parque Nacional El Cimatario

85

Sta. Cecilia Acatitla

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QUERÉTARO

104

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MEXICO

MEXICO

Laguna Metzitlán

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L. El Salto

Grutas de Tolaltongo

Molango

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Querétaro

HUEJUTLA DE REYES

Caz

Zimapan

MEXICO

120

CELAYA, IRAPUATO, SALAMANCA

Parque Nacional Los Mármoles

SAN LUIS POTOSI

SAN MIGUEL ALLENDE, DOLORES GUANAJUATO

Ciudad de México

TLAXCALA

Ciudad Libres

Chimalhuacán Parque PEROTE, Tizatlán Nacional XALAPA, Ocoteculco 136 P.N. Miguel Zoquiapan VERACRUZ Laguna San Martín Tlaxcala Hgo. y Costilla Huamantla Toluca 150 Parque Tototzingo Texmelucan La Marquesa Nacional Metepec Parque Xochitécatl del Nevado Parque Nacional Zoológico de Cacaxtla de Toluca Natural La Parque Cumbres del Zacango Malinche 115 Nacional Huejotzingo 150 CIUDAD Ajusco Izta-Popo SERDÁN Amecameca Parque L. de la Luna 134 Nacional 144 L. del Sol Teotenango Cholula Puebla Tlamacas Lagunas de Parque Temascaltepec Zempoala Nacional El Parque H. Acatzingo Tepozteco Galeana 150 Tepoztlán Tepanzolco CÓRDOBA, Tlayacapan Presa ORIZABA, Africam Malinalco Cuernavaca Valsequillo VERACRUZ Oaxtepec Atlixco Tecamachalco Cocoyoc P. Nal. Desierto Tetela del Yecapixtla Ixtapan Yautepec del Carmen Volcán 190 de la Sal Xochicalco Cuautla Tonatico Huaquechula PUEBLA Xochitepec Gruta de Olintepec la Estrella Coatetelco P.A. Las P.N. Grutas de 8 Estacas Tepapayeca Chalcatzingo Cacahuamilpa Las Pilas Hda. Vista Zoológico P.A. El Rollo Hermosa Izúcar de P.N. Alejandro Zoofari Matamoros Tepeji TEHUACÁN, Humbolt Tequesquitengo Viejo OAXACA Taxco Chietla MORELOS Ixcateopan MEXICO

18

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO

San Miguel Ixtapan CIUDAD ALTAMIRANO

Presa Vicente Guerrero CD. ALTAMIRANO, IXTAPAZIHUATANEJO

MEXICO

51

L. El Salado

MEXICO

51

Coyotepec

Presa Iguala Tuxpan

GUERRERO

Huehuetlán ACAPULCO

Camping Water Activities Colonial Architecture Handcrafts

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Cuetlajuchitlán

Water Fall Grottos Hacienda Mountain Climbing

Chiautla

Museum Fishing Trailer Park Archeological Zone Zoo

TULALCINGO, TLAPA DE COMONORT, OAXACA

PETLANCINGO, OAXACA


Acapulco Aguascalientes Atlixco Campeche Cancún Cuautla Cuernavaca Chetumal Guadalajara Guanajuato León Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo Ixtapan de la Sal Los Cabos Mérida Monterrey Morelia Oaxaca Pachuca Parque Nal. Ixta-Popo Parque Nal. Lagunas de Zempoala Parque Nal. Nevado de Toluca Pátzcuaro Puebla Puerto Vallarta San Juan del Río San Luis Potosí San Miguel Allende Taxco Teotihucacán Tepic Tepotzotlán Tepoztlán Tequesquitengo Tequisquiapan Tlaxcala Tijuana Toluca Tuxtla Gutiérrez Valle de Bravo Veracruz Xalapa Zacatecas

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Km

Miles

395 513 130 1,155 1,649 145 95 1,345 542 365 387 654 127 4,399 1,332 933 302 470 95 75 65 84 364 123 871 161 415 267 185 49 756 46 92 143 182 118 2,783 71 840 157 406 303 631

245 519 81 718 1,224 90 59 836 337 227 240 406 79 2,733 828 580 187 292 59 47 40 52 226 76 541 100 258 166 115 30 470 29 57 89 113 73 1,729 44 522 98 252 188 392

Approximate Time 4:30 hrs 5:00 hrs 1:50 hrs 12:00 hrs 17:15 hrs 1:35 hrs 1:10 hrs 14.:30 hrs 5:30 hrs 3:55 hrs 4:00 hrs 6:35 hrs 1:40 hrs 48:00 hrs 14:15 hrs 9:15 hrs 3:10 hrs 4:50 hrs 1:15 hrs 1:05 hrs 1:00 hrs 1:15 hrs 4:00 hrs 1:40 hrs 9:00 hrs 1:50 hrs 4:15 hrs 2:55 hrs 2:20 hrs 0:45 hrs 7:30 hrs 1:00 hrs 1:22 hrs 1:55 hrs 2:10 hrs 1:35 hrs 27:40 hrs 1:10 hrs 8:15 hrs 2:20 hrs 4:25 hrs 3:35 hrs 6:30 hrs

Approximate Time 1:00 hrs 1:15 hrs ----!:50 hrs 2:15 hrs --------2:10 hrs 1:20 hrs ----1:10 hrs 1:10 hrs ----2:15 hrs 1:40 hrs 1:40 hrs 0:55 hrs 1:10 hrs ------------------------1:40 hrs ----1:15 hrs ------------2:25 hrs ------------------2:50 hrs ----1:40 hrs ----1:10 hrs 1:05 hrs 1:30 hrs


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