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San Angel, Mexico City
(4.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Soak up the local culture and the welcoming atmosphere of San Angel, an old colonial neighborhood in the capital. Formerly a village, the district has been incorporated into the city, yet managed to retain its simple, dusty elegance and pokey cobblestone streets. Browse the stores and market stalls selling trinkets, fresh fruit and vegetables, and locally made clothes. A walk along the streets reveals several architectural highlights, including colonial-era churches with Baroque interiors and neoclassical mansions. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to San Angel and many more Mexico City attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Mexico City itinerary planner.
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  • San Angel, is simply beautiful. A quiet, peaceful, residential location. Their streets cobbled that rise and fall are beautiful to walk without rush. In the plaza of san Jacinto, there are many crafts and life. Especially on Saturday morning, when installing the fair on Saturday, which has dozens of artisans or very beautiful parts. Recommended.
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  • Picturesque, colonial-style neighborhood on Saturdays has a beast of Crafts: Bazzar. Where all kind of exaggerated prices, but it's worth getting to know. Beautiful more.
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  • It is worth walking on the cobblestone streets of San Angel, eat at one of the many good restaurants in this Pacific Centennial village immersed in the large, chaotic city of Mexico.
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