Condesa and Roma

La Condesa and Roma Norte and Roma Sur need very little by way of description. Long the most-visited by international guests, they're some of the neighborhoods that have historically welcomed visitors from all over the world and continue to do so.

The Roma - Condesa area is generally divided north-south by Avenida Insurgentes, with only a part of Roma Norte to the west of Insurgentes. Most of Roma is to the east.

But there's still a world of things to see and do even while simply enjoying these neighborhoods. Both Roma and Condesa have some of the city's hottest art galleries. That's in addition to tree-lined streets, endless restaurants, and plenty of parks and plazas.

Metro Juanacatlán

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Metro Sevilla

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Metro Insurgentes and the Glorieta Insurgentes

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Metro Patriotismo

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Metro Niños Héroes / Poder Judicial CDMX

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Metro Chilpancingo

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Metro Hospital General

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Metro Centro Medico

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Metro Lázaro Cárdenas

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Metro Chabacano

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Jardín Pushkin

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Galería Hispánica Madrid-Ciudad de México / Proyecto H

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House of Gaga Contemporary Art Gallery

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Arroniz Arte Contemporáneo: Contemporary Art Gallery

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Traeger and Pinto Gallery

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Nuestra Señora de los Dolores del Campo Florido

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MODO: The Museum of the Object of the Object

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Lulú Project Space

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Galería OMR

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Galerie Nordenhake México

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Tinta Naranja Urban Gallery

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ModernismoMex

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Arterial Space (Espacio Arterial)

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Garros Galerías

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