Venustiano Carranza

Venustiano Carranza is often the first part of Mexico City to greet visitors from other countries. Home to the airport, it's also home to some of the City's best and biggest markets.

Along with Iztacalco and part of Gustavo A Madero to the north, this part of the Mexico City means it's easy to see and do a lot, even right from the airport.

Venustiano Carranza is also home to National Archives of Mexico, the Legislative Palace, and dozens of other places of interest. Each of them is listed below as well as indicated on the map.

Click here for a quick visit to the Markets of the Merced.

Mercado Luis Preciado de la Torre

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Alameda Ánfora / Jardín Lecumberri

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Parque Lineal Gran Canal

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La Merced Market, Nave Mayor

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Nave Menor, La Merced Market

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Jamaica Market

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San Lázaro Legislative Palace

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Lecumberri Palace – National Archive

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Mercado de Sonora

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San Jeronimito Atlixco

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Antigua Garita de San Lázaro

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Mercado de San Ciprián, La Merced

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Mercado Unidad Kennedy

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Agustín Melgar Olympic Velodrome: El Velódromo

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Santa Cruz y la Soledad Church & Plaza

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Santo Tomás la Palma, Barrio La Merced

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Mercado Aquiles Serdán, Venustiano Carranza

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Mercado Zapotitlán

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Metro Terminal Aérea

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Metro Merced

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Metro Candelaria

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Metro San Lázaro

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Metro Jamaica

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Metro Moctezuma

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