Fashionable and upmarket, Polanco is one of Mexico City‘s most popular and secure neighborhoods in the city. Famous for its shopping and restaurants, Polanco is also full of culture and history too. We pick the must-dos while you’re in the area during your treatment, so you can know what to visit during your stay in Mexico City.
Polanquito is a small área in Polanco neighborhood, but with a high density of shops, restautrants and entertainment in the heart of Polanco, few steps from Lincoln Park. Most of the most popular restaurants line the length of the Park and their terraces offer an unbeatable vantage point from which you can enjoy the beauty of the park and observe its activity.You can find one the bests Italian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese and other international cuisine restaurants in the city in this zone.
The Polanco district of Mexico City is notorious for playing host to some of the Mexican capital’s best shopping centers, boutiques and upmarket designer stores.. In Presidente Mazaryk Av. that is just 4 blocks from the clinic, you can find high end stores like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermes, Cartier and Tiffany among others. There are also fashion malls where you can find all kind of stores: from mexican best fashion designers, fashion stores and design stores.
Is one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere, measuring in total just over 686 hectares (1,695 acres). The park area has been inhabited and considered a landmark since the Pre-Columbian era, when it became a retreat for Aztec rulers. In the colonial period, Chapultepec Castle was built here, which is now a museum you can visit. The park’s attractions, including the castle, are the Chapultepec Zoo, the Museum of Anthropology, Modern Art Museum and the Rufino Tamayo Museum, among others. It receives an estimated 15 million visitors per year.
The National Museum of Anthropology is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico. It is located in the area between Paseo de la Reforma and Mahatma Gandhi Street within Chapultepec Park in Mexico City. The museum contains significant archaeological and anthropological artifacts from Mexico’s Pre-Columbian heritage, such as the Stone of the Sun (or the Aztec calendar stone) and the Aztec Xochipilli statue.
It is located in Chapultepec Park. The museum provides exhibitions of national and international contemporary artists. The museum also hosts a permanent collection of art from Remedios Varo, Gelsen Gas, Frida Kahlo, Olga Costa, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Leonora Carrington, Rufino Tamayo, Juan Soriano, and Vicente Rojo Almazán.
The Museo Soumaya is a private museum in Mexico city. It has over 66,000 works from 30 centuries of art including sculptures from Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica, 19th- and 20th-century Mexican art and an extensive repertoire of works by European old masters and masters of modern western art such as Auguste Rodin, Salvador Dalí, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo and Tintoretto. It is called one of the most complete collections of its kind.