3 of the Best Parks in Mexico City, Mexico


Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and one of the largest cities in the world. It’s a popular tourist destination and has so much to offer, including world-class food and drink, exciting entertainment, and a unique and vibrant culture. Due to its enormity, it can get quite overwhelming, and one of the best ways to deal with the intensity of the city is to head to one of the beautiful parks. Here are just a few of the best ones to check out.

Bosque de Chapultepec

This impressive park is one of the oldest urban parks in the world, and the largest and oldest in Latin America. Built on Chapultepec Hill, this vast green space has served as a place of respite and peace for over 700 years. As well as beautiful trees, plants, and lakes, there are also numerous museums and galleries to explore.

Parque Ecológico de Xochimilco 

This park centers around the canals of Xochimilco which are a Unesco World Heritage Site. colorful boats navigate these ancient water systems which have incredible floating gardens created by the Aztecs. As well as these incredible canals, there are stunning plants dotted throughout the park and many a chance for some exciting bird spotting. 

Alameda Central

This lovely park features some beautiful buildings and structures, as well as gorgeous trees and plants. One of the oldest parks in the city, it’s surrounded by fascinating galleries and museums, so is well worth a wander around to take in the variety of culture and greenery. 


Hannah F
Hannah F
Hannah loves traveling and having new experiences. She is happiest when enjoying the wonderful outdoors and walking in nature, but also loves a cosy night in with a book or film.
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