This is a very long street and it contains a cross section of everything interesting about this City. Also, some very nice shops!
Walking throw the Paseo de la Reforma will take to the financial heart fo Mexico. The buildings are beatifull, and the paseo de la Reforma has the tallest buildings in Mexico, Good cafes and restaurants.
I recomand to go there to see the statu it's made. From real gold the earthquake and 85 before the statu fall people want to take the gold but the police come and protect the place this is the eart of Mexico many restaurant nice placeses to see I have picture I will put
You know the Reforma has so much potential; just get the gays off of it. I don't mind the gay community but it seems to not have any tolerance of the non gay community in Mexico City. Do I need to see to young men with half of their clothes of in the middle of the day makin out with... More
This is a beautiful piece and will have you thinking of Paris equivalents. We visited during midday and again at dusk, and I have to say that dusk gave it so much more depth and character.
Paseo de la Reforma Avenue is the most beautiful and elegant avenue in Mexico City. Here you will find fantastic museums, great coffee places, delicious restaurants, impressive buildings and a lot of history. If you have time for only 3 things in Mexico City, this is one of them.
Everything about the Reforma is amazing, but you really must see it on a Sunday morning! . That's when it's closed to traffic and the Mexico City urbanite families take to the street. It is then filled with skaters, bicyclists, families walking their well-behaved pups, and all manner of exercise enthusiasts take over. Free dance classes and peaceful informative meet-ups,... More
This boulevard is excellent surrounded with amazing modern architecture and lined with trees and superb statues. If you don't feel up to walking its length you can take the tour bus of Mexico City and listen to the history of the Paseo de la Reforma. We did and it was well worth it.
Spend time walking around Paseo de la Reforma. Explore the streets perpendicular to the Avenue, most especially in the Polanco area. This is the modern Mexico City, difficult to imagine, until you are actually walking around the Avenida de la Reforma area. You will love it for sure.
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