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MAR
16
2017

Outdoor galleries in Mexico City

Walking the streets of Mexico you can be witness of the many stories that Mexico City can tell, stories that unfold with a look at its buildings, at its people, with its aromas, and especially, with its art. In recent years, a wave of emergent artists has intervened the façades
FEB
22
2017

The best bookstores in Mexico City

Call me a romantic or an outdated person, however, as practical and easy-to-use ebooks can be, I refuse to download them. There is nothing like the smell of an old book that has been stored for a time after you buy it. I enjoy seeing how, with the course of the days; it’s
FEB
10
2017

About a happy godin* lunch…

I grew up in the Southern part of Mexico City, in one of those microcosms in the megalopolis that feels like a little town of yore, with small drugstores, stationary shops and mini-markets in every corner, and most importantly, people walking everywhere. That’s why, when I
JAN
12
2017

Mexico’s first neighborhood: San Rafael

We often hear about La Condesa or La Roma as emergent neighborhoods, full of history, architecture and bohemian art… However San Rafael is one of those secrets hidden within the city, still remaining so real, where you can live in your own bubble surrounded by friends and
JUL
22
2016
Capital Gastronómica

7 reasons why you should visit Mexico City this summer

Now that NY Times has chosen Mexico City as the top 1 destination to travel this year, you might be wondering what it is that makes Mexico City so great. Well, there are plenty of things to do, you can find here almost anything you could imagine of: if you like music, art, food,
JAN
06
2015

Treinta y seis

During my life I’ve tried to have as less rituals as possible, my days are far from being monotonous and I avoid routines. Although, there is one tradition I refuse to change: eating delicious food on my birthday and celebrate with friends. I’m Guadalupano, it’s
NOV
18
2014

El paraíso foodie

I still remember the first time I entered Toys R Us, I was a kid. In front of me I had a new world of shelves packed with toys and corridors that my sight could not see where they ended. That’s one of the happiest days of my childhood. Recently I had a similar experience,
NOV
03
2014

Dulcinea

It was a typical day in Mexico City: cold in the morning, sunny at midday and a rainy afternoon. We were walking in Polanco, a little bit frustrated for not getting tickets for an art show we wanted to attend, so we decided it was time for lunch. That’s how our journey
AUG
12
2014

Ganador del reto fotográfico: Sabores de México

We have a winner of the photographic challenge “SABORES DE MÉXICO” organized by us & México Maravilloso! @RCHENA Voting closed! Congratulations Robi! Your photo was de winner! You’ll receive a Gift Certificate for one of our food tours in Mexico City:
APR
01
2014

Gastronomía mexicana: aromas y sabores

Why I love Mexican food? It has to be its authenticity and tradition, the pre-Hispanic roots, the exotic spices, the unique ingredients, the ancient traditions, the cooks imagination, its richness… The colours, textures and vast flavours make it irresistible. You’ll
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