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Polanco, Mexico City

Categories: Neighborhoods, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Explore the leafy streets of Polanco, one of the city's most upscale and exclusive neighborhoods. Notable because of its cultural diversity, the district has historically been a place where Spanish, Ashkenazi Jewish, and Lebanese immigrants settled. See evidence of these roots today in the varied set of eateries and shops, alongside department and flagship stores of some of the world's premier brands and chains. A construction boom in the 1950s brought the addition of impressive mansions and apartment blocks, displaying a striking neo-Colonial architectural style. Head to the neighborhood's many museums, galleries, and music venues, and browse the menus of the numerous restaurants before picking one to suit your mood. Add Polanco and other attractions to your Mexico City trip itinerary using our Mexico City travel itinerary planner.
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  • Here is my favorite city Horacio Avenue, here is the Avenue most fashionable City: President Masaryk, here is the story of immigrants from East and many embassies in Mexico.
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  • One of the best neighborhoods, if not the best. Polancito rewards you with a lovely park, tons of restaurants and shops, and patrolling security should that make you feel more secure walking about wit...  read more »
  • the most famous and chic neighborhood of mexico city. concentrated great brands and great restaurants. with benches to sit on the end of the tour and free wi fi at some points.
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