Paseo De La Reforma - An Avenue in Mexico City, Mexico. This avenue of commere was brought about by an Emperors wish. He wanted to connect Chapultepec Castle with the National Palace. Passing through some of Mexico’s City’s most important landmarks and monuments, a drive or eve a walk along this road is a good way to spend a day.
The monuments include the Nino’s Heroes, a statue of the Diana (Roman goddess of the hunt), the Angel of Independence and the massive Revolution monument.
You’ll pass by the Museum of Anthropology, the Modern Art Museum and the Chapultepec Zoo. And don’t forget the many restaurants. The road is also a highly popular gathering ground for rallies and at the El Angel roundabout; the victories of the national football team are frequently celebrated.
On Sundays, the road s closed to vehicles, becoming a weekly boon to runners, bikers and pedestrians and the roads will even line up with medicos ready to tend to those who might injure themselves in exercise. Best way to do this road then, is to cycle.
- Try the road on Sunday, start from the Capultepec Park early in the morning.
- The air is quite polluted.
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95% of people who visit Mexico City include Paseo De La Reforma in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
32.35% of people start their Paseo De La Reforma visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Paseo De La Reforma
93.23% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paseo De La Reforma