Polanco

9.47 reviews
Sights and Museums, Neighbourhood
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Polanco, Polanco III Secc, 11550 Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
+52 800 262 9128
https://www.visitmexico.com/en/
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This is the trendiest and most upscale area of Mexico City. The clean, tree-lined streets are filled with boutique shops, restaurants and bars. It's a great place to wander on a ... Read more
Saturday and people watch.

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Rome

This is one of the reaches district in Mexico City, where the rent of a room of or a house it's close to the one in Europe (in big cities like Paris or London sometimes) as well as the life and the way people dress like is very much European. Despite that you can still find things that are original and from Mexico like the street food in the morning (remember that after 11 the street food stops) and start again, with different things, in the afternoon. Nice restaurants and fancy hotels. The right places to stay if you have money to spend.

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Beijing

This is the trendiest and most upscale area of Mexico City. The clean, tree-lined streets are filled with boutique shops, restaurants and bars. It's a great place to wander on a Saturday and people watch.

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San Francisco
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The Polanco Neighborhood is the posh area where many of the major stores and malls and expat residences are located. This neighborhood is where many of the well known as well as lesser known but good quality restaurants are located.

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Local from Mexico City

Justo al lado norte del Bosque de Chapultepec, Polanco es el distrito comercial más importante de la ciudad. Me bastó caminar unas cuantas cuadras por la tarde para observar las boutiques más exclusivas de la ciudad, especialmente en su calle principal; Masaryk. En tanto, la calle Emilio Castelar se ha convertido en el epicentro de restaurantes y vida nocturna, con cientos de personas que se reúnen ahí para disfrutar de una noche con mucha diversión, sobre todo los fines de semana.

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Buenos Aires

Polanco es el barrio más top de Ciudad de México. Con muchos edificios modernos, restaurantes, bares, centros comerciales, hoteles y calles tan limpias y prolijas, que te dará ganas de quedarte un buen rato. Hay gente andando en bicicleta (se alquilan allí mismo), gente haciendo ejercicios o Tai Chi en su plazas o paseando sus perros. Es un lugar ideal para ir de compras o disfrutar de un buen restaurante. Vale la pena ir para ver el contraste con el resto de la ciudad.

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Buenos Aires

Polanco es una de las zonas más exclusivas, caras, interesantes y llenas de actividad que tiene la ciudad de México.
Esta colonia propone actividades a toda hora, todos los días. Cafeterías, bares y restaurante, lugares de diseño, locales comerciales, ropa de marcas internacionales, edificios enormes, terrazas con pileta.
Un lugar exclusivo que mezcla gente de todo el mundo con la clase alta de México.

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Madrid

Se trata de uno de los barrios más adinerados de la ciudad. Lleno de tiendas museos, galerías de arte, embajadas... Es una mezcla de edificios con estilos modernos y clásicas. Casas californianas al lado de edificios de cristal.
Entre sus edificios más bonitos destaca la Casa Domit.
Sin duda merece un buen paseo para descubrir su encanto.

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