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Roma – Condesa

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  • Plaza Río de Janeiro
  • Street art and Graffiti
  • Streef food Tasting
  • Parque México

Explore Roma & Condesa on this tour!

Roma and Condesa, nestled in Mexico City, are a dynamic duo of neighborhoods. Their tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and cultural vibrancy make them magnets for art, cuisine, and community. These urban gems blend the charm of the past with the energy of the present, captivating visitors and locals alike.


Roma and Condesa, two adjoining neighborhoods in the heart of Mexico City, epitomize the city’s vibrant cultural scene, historical charm, and contemporary allure.

Roma, with its tree-lined streets and early 20th-century architecture, exudes a bohemian atmosphere. Cobblestone roads lead to eclectic cafes, art galleries, and boutiques, while stately mansions and art deco buildings hint at its storied past. It’s a place where history meets modernity, where you can explore the Mercado de Medellín for authentic Mexican flavors or wander through lush parks like Plaza Río de Janeiro.

Condesa, adjacent to Roma, boasts a similar ambiance, with tree-filled parks like Parque México and Parque España. Its residential streets showcase elegant mansions turned into trendy restaurants, bars, and boutique hotels. The neighborhood is known for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture, adding to its timeless appeal.

Both neighborhoods are magnets for artists, creatives, and young professionals who enjoy the lively street art, cultural events, and international cuisine. You can savor artisanal tacos, sip mezcal in cozy mezcalerías, or explore the local art scene in galleries like Casa Lamm.

Roma and Condesa have also become centers for sustainability and community initiatives, emphasizing bike lanes, farmers’ markets, and green spaces. On weekends, the streets fill with cyclists and pedestrians, creating a sense of unity and vibrancy.

These neighborhoods are not just geographical locations; they are living, breathing entities that capture the essence of Mexico City—a fusion of history, contemporary culture, gastronomic delights, and artistic expression. Whether you’re strolling along Avenida Álvaro Obregón or admiring street murals, Roma and Condesa offer an enchanting journey through the soul of Mexico’s capital




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