Condesa and Roma

La Condesa and Roma need very little by way of description. Long the most-visited by international guests, they're some of the neighborhoods that have historically welcomed visitors from all over the world and continue to do so.

The Roma - Condesa area is generally divided north-south by Avenida Insurgentes, with only a part of Roma Norte to the west of Insurgentes. Most of Roma is to the east.

Along the way, the Avenida Álvaro Obregón is among the most important thoroughfares.

But there's still a world of things to see and do even while simply enjoying these neighborhoods. Both Roma and Condesa have some of the city's hottest art galleries. That's in addition to tree-lined streets, endless restaurants, and plenty of parks and plazas.

Llano

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Galería L

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Noesunagaleria

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ArtSpace México

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Terreno Baldío Arte

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Licenciado

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Plaza De Romita

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La Romita Chapel

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Galería Mascota

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Parque México

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Parque España

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Salón de la Plástica Mexicana

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Museo Soumaya-Casa Guillermo Tovar de Teresa

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Casa Lamm Cultural Center & Gallery

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muca-Roma: University Museum of Science and Art

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Edificio Balmori

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Galería Campeche

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laNao Galería

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Mercado Hidalgo, Colonia Doctores

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Centro Cultural Estación Indianilla

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Santuario de Fátima, Roma Norte

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Multiforo Alicia

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Auditorio BB / Cine Las Américas

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Jardín Ramón López Velarde

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