Mexico City/Chapultepec

Chapultepec is a district of Mexico City. "Chapultepec" means "Grasshopper Hill" (Chapul - Grasshopper / Tepec - Hill) in Nahuatl, the language of the "Aztecs". The hill and surrounding district has much significance in Mexican history. The Bosque de Chapultepec (Náhuatl, "hill of the grasshoppers") is Mexico City's principal park and, with an area of 4sq.km/2.5sq.mi, its largest.

Get in

Walk. You can easily walk from the Metro (subway) station – the   Auditorio station may be more convenient than   Chapultepec.

See

Museo Nacional de Antropología
Castillo de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Castle)
Luis Barragán house and studio

Do

Lago de Chapultepec

Chapultepec Park has many landscape walks through the trees. Vendors line the paths of many areas where you an buy souvenirs, juices, tacos, ice cream, toys, and even lucha libre masks.

Buy

Eat

Sleep

Connect


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