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All reviews green space small lake anthropology museum botanical gardens great place to stroll vendors selling other attractions street vendors big city walk up walk around nice walk latin america street food zoo lakes castle
There are lots of market stall vendors at each of the main entrances to the park.
The park itself is small to medium in size. Best bit is the small boating lake that you can hire varies boats for and paddle / row around the...More
We recently spent the day roaming around in Chapultepec Park.
Chapultepec Park, is one of the largest parks in the Western hemisphere. One of the park's main functions is to be an ecological space for Greater Mexico City. It is considered the first and most...More
Chapultepec Park is centrally located in the city and easily reached via mass transit or Uber. From museums to zoos to vendors, there’s just a ton to view/see/do on a nice day. The Zoo was free of entrance fees which was a pleasant surprise! We...More
When in CDMX visiting El Parque is a nice way to get away from the noise and traffic of the city. Family-friendly with tons of food stalls and vendors selling everything it's an interesting place. The lake, musicians, monuments, museums and the castle make it...More
Chapultepec Park is a beast. The crowd on a Sunday afternoon are chaotic. It is interesting to observe weekend life here, but if you’re interested in relaxing, Sunday isn’t the day. The food area in the park is one to be missed. The fetid water...More
Huge Park (bigger than Central Park in New York) can't see it all in one Day. The castle, and the various museums and fountains are the highlights. Beautiful and Green. Archeology Museum and Museum of Modern Art
are special, has Botanical garden and a Zoo.