Gustavo A. Madero

North Mexico City Walking Guide and Points of Interest

Mexico City's northernmost subdivision is the alcaldía Gustavo A. Madero. It's known locally as "La GAM." International visitors take notice especially of the Villa, that is, the Basilica de Guadalupe. The region's colonial area history is dominated by that once important city.

But in fact, there are many places of interest to the curious and those who simply want to see and learn more. The entire area was inhabited throughout the ancient period.

We've broken the region into these areas to help you get around a little more easily. The links head to the individual walking tours and areas.

The links below go to the descriptions of the places themselves. You can also click through the map to specific places in Gustavo A. Madero and surrounding neighborhoods.

FARO Aragón

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Tlalpexco Cablebús

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Cuautepec Cablebús

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Campos Revolución Cablebús

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La Pastora Cablebús

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Ticomán Cablebús Station

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Indios Verdes Cablebús

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New Basilica of Guadalupe

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The Railroad Museum

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San Juan de Aragón Zoo

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Mercado de San Bartolo Atepehuacan

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Indios Verdes Monument

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The Guadalupe Aqueduct

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Mercado Gabriel Hernández, Atzacoalco

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San Pedro Zacatenco

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Bosque de San Juan de Aragón

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Mercado Indios Verdes

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Templo de la Divina Providencia, el Pañuelito

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Mercado Cuautepec

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Mercado 53 Rio Blanco

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Preciosa Sangre Parish Church, Cuautepec

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Mexico City LDS Temple and Museum

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Centro Cultural Futurama, Lindavista

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Santa Isabel Tola Market, No. 221

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