TOP 10 INSTAGRAM WORTHY ACTIVITIES IN MEXICO CITY [THINGS TO DO]
Mexico City is an incredibly aesthetic city, you can walk in most of its neighborhoods and stumble on a picture-perfect spot. But to make it easier, I've narrowed it down to 10 Instagrammable places that feature delicious restaurants, amazing museums and palaces, and one incredibly hip neighborhood. Even if you somehow don't like taking pictures, you should really check these places out:
1-ojo de agua
Ojo de Agua cafe serves the best açaí bowls in Mexico City. An amazing place for breakfast in La Condesa neighborhood, with instagrammable meals and decor surrounded by lush greenery and crates of fruits and veggies.
Opening hours: Weekdays (including Fridays): 8:00 am/10:00 pm, Weekends: 8:00 am/9:00 pm
Probably the girliest cafe in the city, everything is either pink-colored or marble, surrounded by flowers. They have a coffee and tea bar and also serve pastries and tasty croissants.
Opening hours: Weekdays (including Fridays): 8:00 am/8:00 pm, Saturdays: 9:00 am/5:00 pm, Sundays: 10:00 am/3:00 pm
Santa María la Ribera
Kiosco Morisco is probably the most underrated monument in Mexico City. Part of the Santa Maria la Ribeira park, it's completely made from steel, and has an Islamic-inspired geometric architecture. Its colors, setting, and details are gorgeous and make for wonderful picture opportunities.
Opening hours: 24hours.
4.L'encanto De Lola
A very aesthetically pleasing restaurant set in a traditional Mexican house with a great ambiance and colorful surroundings. The food is amazing, the place is calm and very friendly and they even have a small cinema section on the grass.
Opening hours: Mondays: Closed, Rest of Weekdays (Including Fridays): 12:00 pm/7:00 pm, Weekends: 11:00 pm/7:00 pm
Bosque de Chapultepec
A beautiful castle set on a hill in the middle of a park, overlooking Mexico City's skyline. Lovely murals, elegant tiles, and impressive stairways are some of the many things that make Castillo Chapultepec one spectacular attraction.
Opening hours: Mondays: Closed, Rest of the days: 9:00 am/5:00 pm
Entrance fee: 51 pesos (2.7$)
An amazing interior architecture with a Neogothic style, this building is still in use to this day as a post office, although you can't actually climb the stairs most of the time due to the marble being very old.
Opening hours: Weekdays (including Fridays): 8:00 am/7:30 pm, Saturday: 10:00 am/4:00 pm, Sunday: 10:00 am/2:00 pm
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Check out this article for more info: Top 9 Museums in Mexico City
8-Cafebreria el pendulo
If you like cozy atmospheres where you can forget the world and immerse yourself in a story, surrounded by trees and walls of books, and you also like snapping away the occasional beautiful picture, then this is for you.
Opening hours: Monday-Wednesday: 8:00 am/11:00 pm, Thursday: 8:00 am/12:00 am, Friday-Saturday: 9:00 am/1:00 am, Sunday: 9:00 am/11:00 pm
Roma Norte is one of Mexico City's most beautiful neighborhoods, full of amazing shops, restaurants, and bars. Hip and safe, canopied by trees, this area is bound to interest your inner photographer.
A romantic Italian restaurant with exceptional service and delicious food. As you can see from the pictures, the restaurant is fairly big and each room's decor is different.
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday : 1:30 pm/11:30 pm, Sunday: closed
Here's to great pictures and memories.