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Calzada De Tlalpan

Calzada de Tlalpan is one of the two mega thoroughfares (the other being Insurgentes) south out of the city towards Xochimilco. Metro line 2 and then the Tren Ligero, both traverse the Calzada and deposit passengers fairly easily at the main attractions around this part of town. Put aside at least three days if you want to do the area justice. The southern end of the city is home to the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli, Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño, Museo Nacional de Las Intervenciones in the Convento de Churubusco, Estadio Azteca, Coyoacán and the Xochimilco canals.


Other neighborhoods in Mexico City: Zona Rosa, South Of The Center, Polanco, Condesa, North Of The Center, Roma, La Alameda Central, Zócalo and San Ángel .

02 Jan 2009

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