La Roma lies right next to La Condesa but is a bit different. There are no large parks but there are many nice nice restaurants and café scattered around and it is very pleasant to walk around. Read more about La Roma.
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This is definitely the most vibrant neighbourhood of all. With the main square "El Zocalo", this is the heart of Mexico. There is a lot of history, beautiful colonial buildings and many, many things to see. Read more about Centro Historico.
Centro de tlalpan
This neighborhood is very much to the South of the city and looks in some way a bit like Coyoacan but is about half the size. Read more about Centro de Tlalpan.
This neighborhood is near Coyoacan and has a similar vibe but is smaller. Read more about San Angel.
Santa Maria la Ribera
This is a neighbourhood that I find hard to describe but it has something special. It is an older neighbourhood with a park and a couple of restaurants and cafés but the neighbourhood itself is very different than all the other neighborhoods. It is definitely less fancy and some buildings are not in a very good shape but it gives you a feeling of a maybe more traditional neighborhood.
Polanco used to be the main business disctrict of Mexico City before most large corporations moved to Santa Fé Business Distrect. Most embassies are located here and the most expensive shopping street Masarik can be found in this neighborhood. There are many nice restaurants and shops. Read more about Polanco.
Santa Fé is the business district of Mexico City. The area is located in the south eastern periphery of Mexico City. In this area you will find many tall and large modern offices, appartments, and malls. Read more about Santa Fé.