The most beautiful areas to stroll through CDMX (and finish with a delicious meal)

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CDMX and its streets offer a wide variety of hidden gems to discover on a walk and then eat deli.

Our city is perfect to go out and walk its streets with the possibility of finding something new and different every time. If your ideal weekend plan is go for a walk with the intention of ‘pry‘ and discover hidden gems, this list is for you. Below our favorite areas for ‘alley‘ in CDMX and end with a good food.

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The Historical Center of the CDMX is essential when to walk it is about. In the heart of the city are some of the most emblematic historical monuments, museums and iconic buildings of our entire country, as well as being famous for its street commerce. Of course, its gastronomic offer that ranges from traditional taquerias with more than 50 years of service, as well as renowned restaurants, make this neighborhood a great option for when you feel like to walk, ‘chatter‘ and meet ending with a good dinner or lunch. some of our favorite restaurants of the area are Balcony of the Zocalo, Historic Blue, beggars Y kills dining room if you are looking for something more casual.

Photo: The Zócalo Balcony


One of the favorite colonies of foodies city ​​dwellers is the Rome and we know why. This area of ​​the city center stands out for its great cultural offer where you can enjoy a wide variety of restaurants, galleries, parks and independent design shops, which is why it has also positioned itself as a must-see in national and foreign travel guides. After walk through several of its streets —unquestionably all with hidden gems—, our recommendation is to eat at huset; dine in Maximum Bistro; or have a coffee and desserts in Trout Coffee. If you prefer fresher options, here our restaurants favs when it comes to seafood.

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Photo: Huset

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The Countess remains one of the favorite areas of the CDMX to find good restaurants, bars and cafes, plus a walk through its streets European style and bohemian spirit is always a good idea. Together with its neighboring neighborhood (La Roma) they form the famous Roma-Condesa cultural corridor in which it is always easy to find something to do (adapting to any type of plan). After visiting Parque España and Parque México with your dog, we recommend you enjoy breakfast at Coffee Communityfood in Temporary or dinner at niichAlso you can check these restaurants and bars which are our favorites in the area.

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What was one of the most exclusive areas during the Porfiriato is today one of the more colonies cool for alley in CDMX. A single journey Juarez will allow you to get to know some of the most important jewels of the colony, even if it is its great gastronomic offer (with restaurants of renowned chefs as well as new culinary proposals, here are some of the safety pins) and cultural (museums, galleries and design shops), in addition to walking through its streets you can also admire its eclectic architecture and very close by, the famous Paseo de la Reforma. Our favorite recommendation for eating deli in Juárez is tavern, Havre 77 Y Alba Local Cuisine.

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From the valley

Located to the south, this colony of the CDMX offers a wide range of entertainment that includes parks, shopping malls, bars, restaurants and cafes; so the walks in this city ​​area make for a very interesting afternoon or morning. Although its streets are very long and wide, alley in them it assures you a new discovery and then, when you feel hungry, a good meal in its restaurants. Here, you can reverse the plan, start with a breakfast deli in Deigo, Coffee C either Hotbed to fill you with energy and prepare for the walk.

Santa Monica Park,Colonia del Valle,Mexico
Photo: Cafe C Mx

Coyoacan Center

No doubt Coyoacan Center is one of the colonies more special than CDMX, representative for its bohemian and local atmosphere, as well as for its artistic character and permanent romanticism. Not for nothing was it home to famous Mexican personalities – Jorge Ibargüengoitia, Frida Kahlo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Dolores del Río -, offering each of its visitors a nice hike full of history and national culture. Among its variety of recreational spaces there are some that stand out for their special proposal, resulting in the perfect weekend plan. After strolling through its streets, make a stop to eat at maguey heart either The Garden Hand if you are looking for a more intimate and welcoming space -they also constantly organize cultural events that will get you out of the routine-.

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Photo: Heart of Maguey

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