For dancing and dining, your best bet is to head to Roma and start with a “La Roma” cocktail

Gourmet cafés, LGBT venues, wine bars, discos and bars, beer halls, restaurants, concerts and must-visit shops where you can find clothes by Mexican designers, toys, shoes and much more. This area is known for its French-style architecture and is unquestionably one of Mexico City’s foremost must-see places. Discover the Templo de Santa María de la Natividad Church, The Alexander Pushkin Gardens and Avenida Álvaro Obregón, which locals view as a kind of second Avenida de la Reforma, Plaza Ajusco, the Casa Lamm cultural center and art school, which is home to an amazing library, the legendary Bella Italia ice-cream parlor and take a few photos at the famous Casa de las Brujas (Witches House), which takes its name from the conic tower crowning the building.

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