Indios Verdes Area

The Indios Verdes area has been known to generations of Mexico City residents. The end of the Metro in the north, it's a major transfer station to points in northeastern Mexico state and Hidalgo.

But Indios Verdes is historically part of the Tepeyac-centered communities surrounding the lower Sierra de Guadalupe. Among these are not just Zacatenco, but Tola, and Atzacoalco too. In short, the towns that preceded the present-day Basilica de Guadalupe.

Mexico City's Cablebús Line 1 will only increase daily traffic through the Indios Verdes area. Check out the sites below to get a much better idea of how much there is to see and do in the area.

Ticomán Cablebús Station

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Indios Verdes Cablebús

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Indios Verdes Monument

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The Guadalupe Aqueduct

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San Pedro Zacatenco

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Mercado Indios Verdes

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Templo de la Divina Providencia, el Pañuelito

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Santa Isabel Tola, Town, Church & Cemetery

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Metro Indios Verdes

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Parque del Mestizaje: Gustavo A. Madero Park

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FARO Indios Verdes Cultural Center

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