Has been published Thursday, December 7th, 2017

  1. Lincoln Park.

Without a doubt it is one of the most compelling parks of the city because it has several activities for the whole family. The park itself has an aviary, a bicycle track, a lake where kids can play with remote control ships, and also a small theatre. Its surroundings are full of restaurants, coffee shops and bars. In addition, it has one of the best playgrounds of the city.


  1. Parque México.

This location has more than 80 thousand square meters and it is one of the most visited places in the city. It is ideal for dog lovers, arts and crafts, food cravings, skateboards, and feeding ducks. There are six different types of activities in this emblematic park, which is located in the center of one of the most loved neighborhoods in Mexico City.


  1. Alameda Central.

For more than 400 years ago, Viceroy Luis de Velasco had this park done in order to embellish the city and less than a decade ago, it was remodeled completely. A beautiful park full of fountains and sculptures, where you can enjoy a peaceful walk around downtown.


  1. Masayoshi Ohira.

This Japanese named park is an ode to the rising sun country in the southern part of the city. Even though it was founded by the middle of the last century, it was remodeled in 2015 and it showcases the typical flora of Japan, such as plum trees, willow trees and pine trees. It also has a designated area for kids full of swings and handrails.


  1. Parque Hundido.

A park located in one of the well-known Avenida de los Insurgentes, which was founded during the 19th century and beginnings of the 20th century. Around this site appointed Luis G. Urbina, honoring the famous poet, you can find 51 replicas of Pre-Hispanic art in five different routes: Mayan, Olmec, Totonac, from the highlands and Oaxaca.


  1. Bicentennial Park.

It is located where the old refinery 18 de Marzo was located, and it is considered an example of polluted soil cleaning of the city. It is one of the most recent parks and it was inaugurated on 2010 as part of the celebration of 200 years of our independence. It has a bicycle path, a playground, sports area and much more.