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You might take some time to check out the interesting museums in Historic Center. Spend some time visiting top spots like Zocalo, and catch the metro at Zocalo Station or Allende Station to see more of the area.
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Consider a visit to Paseo de la Reforma and take some time to enjoy the important monuments during your time in Reforma. If you want to see more of the city, jump on the metro at Insurgentes Station or Cuauhtemoc Station.
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Architectural gems dating back centuries surround the majestic central square, with pre-Columbian ruins, intriguing museums and markets filling the borough.
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The churches and gardens are just a few things visitors like about Gustavo A. Madero. Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Industrial Area are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Indios Verdes Station or Deportivo 18 de Marzo Station to get around the larger area.
Appreciated for its churches and gardens, you might consider exploring Villa de Guadalupe. Check out the variety of things to see and do like Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and jump on the metro at Bondojito Station or Valle Gomez Station to get around the city.
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