Constituyentes Avenue 99, Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico
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Bienvenido a The Green Park hotel, un lugar que desde su fachada recrea en la ciudad de México una arquitectura, estilo y servicio auténticamente inglés de gran lujo. La elegante atmósfera y ambiente que se vive en cada detalle es resaltada por la belleza y tranquilidad del centenario Bosque de Chapultepec
The official residence of Los Pinos, referred to colloquially as Los Pinos, it is home to the President of the United States of Mexico. At the bottom of the residence is the Avenue of the Presidents, where the statues of the twelve presidents who previously lived in Los Pinos, from Lazaro Cardenas to Vicente Fox is. There are also salons Adolfo Lopez Mateos and Manuel Avila Camacho, the which they are used in various events and are located near the building of the old Molino del Rey and the Presidential Museum.
Chapultepec Park is America's oldest city park. Annually receives more than fifteen million people and 200,000 every weekend. For many Mexican families is an important space for recreation and coexistence. The entire forest has 686 hectares. The surface of the first and second section is 438 hectares, of which 117 are occupied by buildings.
Chapultepec Castle is a palatial building located at the top of the hill of the same name, in the middle of Chapultepec Park, located in Mexico City, to a height of 2.325 meters above sea level.It was built by Bernardo viceroy of Gálvez and Madrid on the hill of Chapulín (Chapultepec is the word of Nahuatl origin 'Chapulli, grasshoppers, and Sod (tl), hill Chapultepetl "which means" hill of grasshoppers "or" hill of grasshoppers ").It is the only Royal Castle in America, was built in the time of the Viceroyalty as a summer home for the viceroy, was given various uses, from store gunpowder to military academy in 1841, it was also the official residence of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico.It has undergone expansions and renovations, and has several patios, stairways and gardens, halls and rooms, large spaces characteristic property nineteenth and early twentieth.
Av Paseo de la Reforma 50, Miguel Hidalgo, 11580 Mexico City, DF, Mexico
01 55 9138 1350
When the sun goes down, Lunario becomes intimate and comfortable destination of countless artists, groups, soloists, ensembles and companies with national and international prestige, and their very different audience.In his scenario unfold various musical genres.The plurality of programming accommodates all kinds of expressions and quality proposals, and is also a platform for young artists and new slopes.Your billboard is equally suitable to the romantic that electronic music, jazz and shows aimed at children, projections of British theater and baroque concerts, the rock of the most diverse trends and hybrid sound today.Lunario is a space marked by excellence and attention.Here your senses are taken care of without reservation and another with warmth, without impositions, no cover or minimum consumption.
Lake Maggiore 2da. Section of Chapultepec Park, Miguel Hidalgo, Molino del Rey, 11040 Mexico City, DF, Mexico
01 55 5515 9585
50 years having the privilege of drawing memories for our guests. El Lago Restaurant, in the heart of Chapultepec Park, began his career in 1964.Desde then, 50 years have passed in the life of the restaurant countless times as part of the life of the capital and visitors.
The Hipodromo de las Americas is a race track for thoroughbreds and quarter-mile, opened on March 6, 1943. It is located approximately six kilometers away from the district center in Lomas de Sotelo, Mexico City.
It is one of the most important and emblematic avenues of Mexico City. Originally called Paseo de la Emperatriz or Emperador2, since his stroke was commissioned by Maximilian I of Mexico during the Second Mexican Empire. After the triumph of the government of Benito Juarez on the latter and the restoration of republican government, it was renamed in honor Paseo Degollado Santos Degollado. On the death of Juarez, the government of Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada consolidated its present name in honor of the process known as Reforma.