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Cities in Distrito Federal, Mexico
City: # City: #
Alamos5 Iztapalapa155
Alvaro Obregón139 Jardín Balbuena9
Anahuac - Zona centro14 Magdalena Contreras50
Arboledas del Sur1 Mexico2
Azcapotzalco79 Miguel Hidalgo96
Benito Juárez249 Milpa Alta11
Cafetales2 Mixcoac14
Centro Historico35 Moctezuma near to the airport2
Chapultepec5 Napoles11
Chiluca2 Narvarte30
Ciudad de México849 Naucalpan15
Coapa51 Noche Buena1
Colonia Juárez5 Obrera3
Condesa-Roma-Escandon128 Polanco10
Coyoacán338 Roma Norte19
Cuajimalpa41 ROMA SUR5
Cuauhtemoc141 San Andres3
Cuauhtemoc (Reforma)39 san angel7
Cuautitlán Izcalli, Norte de la ciudad5 San Angel Inn1
Cuidad de México42 San José Insurgentes1
Del Valle50 San Pedro de los Pinos1
DF32 Santa Fe3
DF 4 Santa Maria8
Distrito Federal66 Tláhuac22
Doctores6 Tlalnepantla10
General Anaya2 Tlalpan175
Gustavo A Madero146 Tlatelolco7
Interlomas1 Venustiano Carranza56
International Airport DF10 Villa Olimpica1
Iztacalco47 Xochimilco64
Info about Distrito Federal, Mexico
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Introduction
***Mexico City was constructed by spanish in XVI century over the great Mexico-Tenochtitlan City founded in XIII and XIV centuries by Aztecs. Other people live near; the Azcapotzalcas, Xochimilcas, Axoscos... Mexico City now is over a big plain surrounded by mountains and hills. This city has been the capital of this country by centuries, it grows with history...*** ***You can expect a rough city like LA, NY, Rio de Janeiro, Delhi, Hong Kong... So, be prepared. Also you must consider that to cross the city of end to end takes around two-three hours, transportation is safe and abundant, sometimes is slow, is not easy to be on time, take your cautions. Subway is cheap (around two dollar cents), efficient, not so extense like Paris or NY but extense at all. You can find almost all the necessary medicines but some of'em could be expensive, take care of it (aspirines, pepto bismol, flanax; some of'em are popular and cheap) Better if 'u contact some MEMBERS OF CLUB to visit and walk around, some media around the world say this place is like a war zone, its not true (very very far true), but this is a big city with 20 million people. Night life is concentrated in few points, out of'em city sleeps and transport is difficult at nights (over 22 or 24-1 am to 6 am). Some visitors are affected by the contamination of the air, bring some eye-drops. Smoker Regulations are practically invisible, but people can´t smoke on subway and buses, restaurants have non smoker's area. Peculiar FACT: Even New Yorkers surprise the number of cars here, a damn LOT!!!*** and Hospitality Club wise?

Top Things to See and Do
Si vas estar en Mexico, date una vuelta por el CENTRO HISTORICO El centro historico de la ciudad de mexico es uno de los lugares mas importantes del pais, aqui se encuentra el zocalo capitalino en donde cada año se festeja el 15 de septiembre la independencia de mexico, de igual forma esta el palacio de bellas artes, la catedral metropolitana, y junto a ella un lugar arqueologico.

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Who is coming? hola!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! mi hermana melliza (northwind) y yo (vientodelnorte) estamos viajando por Sudamerica y estaremos en Mejixo City sobre el 13 de mayo. tal vez podamos conocer a personas de ahi, compartir experiencias y conversaciones... tambien agradeceriamos cualquier ayuda sea informacion o alojamiento.

Want more guests!
Soy nuevo en el Hospitality Club y me gustaría que vinieran al DF o a Cuernavaca y que fueran mis invitados. I am new at the Hospitality Club and I would like you to come stay in Mexico City or Cuernavaca; you will have a good time! tennoh (MSN: tennoh@hotmail.com)
yacatl

Hospitality Club Meetings
If you would like to invite other members to an activity or meeting, add the info here. You can use the Travel Guide for more detailed info. Espero que pronto todos nos podamos reunir para organizar esto del H.C. mejor aqui en el d.f. Saludos



Edited by: yacatl on 05.01.2008 raxa on 24.07.2007 tennoh on 07.04.2007 kjell on 16.02.2007 maplefanta on 26.05.2006 calamardo on 30.10.2005 calamardo on 26.10.2005 vientodelnorte on 06.04.2005
Last postings about Distrito Federal Mexico from other users
 
mikhail wrote:

Plenty


valeria wrote:

Los Roques, Morrocoy (quedan relativamente cerca). En Caracas se puede ir a la casa de Bolivar, su tumba, El Avila, centros comerciales, teatros boulevares..


camburii wrote:

Brasilia, the political capital of Brazil, may look weird at first time, but its a wonderful place to live. Its architechture is unique. You can see most of the tourist sights in one or two days. There are dozens of parks, waterfalls and historic cities in the Region. I specially recomend Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park. Nightlife in Brasilia is not cheap but is less expensive than in São Paulo. My hometown Santos has the biggest harbor in Latin America and therefore has some lousy beaches. Nevertheless, it is less than 200km from the best spots in São Paulo's coast. It is less than 100km from São Paulo, Brasil's financial and industrial center. Downtown Santos is full of historic buildings, most of them from the golden age of coffee. The city is also home of Santos Futebol Clube, where I have two special seats. The best of the nightlife consists mainly of crowded pubs with live music.


mexicana wrote:

centro historico, museo de antropologia e historia, muchos mas museos vivo en la ciudad mas grande del mundo


ricardoszikora wrote:

beaches, rain forest, jungle, mountains...



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