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The 10 best shops in Mexico CityThe 10 best shops in Mexico City

The 10 best shops in Mexico City

Mexico City was named World Design Capital 2018 by the World Design Organisation, thanks to the creative buzz that’s found across the city. If you’re keen to...

Void

Void

5 out of 5 stars

  Their fascination with decades passed led collectors Olympia de la Macorra and Salvador Sahagún to travel the world in search of pieces that gave life and...

Utilitario Mexicano

Utilitario Mexicano

4 out of 5 stars

Three years ago, Libya Moreno and Enrique Arellano had the idea of ​​creating a space that would represent Mexico, especially the homes and traditional...

La Metropolitana

La Metropolitana

4 out of 5 stars

Located between the Juarez neighborhood and the Historic City Center, La Metropolitana is a multidisciplinary space specializing in architecture, interior...

Stendhal Store

Stendhal Store

3 out of 5 stars

Minimalist, urban and androgynous are the words that best describe this concept store created by sisters Regina and Gladys Vega. Located in the heart of the...

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Mexico City’s best shops

Lago DF Masaryk

Lago DF Masaryk

4 out of 5 stars

First it was Emilio Castelar, then Virreyes and now Lago DF takes on exclusive Masaryk boulevard in the Polanco neighborhood with its new branch in Mexico...

Cynthia Buttenklepper

Cynthia Buttenklepper

3 out of 5 stars

Visiting Cynthia’s showroom is to submerge yourself in her own universe. It’s a place that stands out like any Pinterest board; the decorations with dogs...

The Shops at Downtown

The Shops at Downtown

4 out of 5 stars

Downtown Hotel is one of Mexico City’s favorite boutique hotels. Not only does it have a rooftop bar with a pool that is perfect for celebrating parties and...

Carla Fernández

Carla Fernández

4 out of 5 stars

Carla Fernández opened her boutique directly in front of Monica Patiños spot, Delirio. Here, you can find all of her signature items that have garnered her...

Mexican handicrafts

Mercado Ciudadela

Mercado Ciudadela

3 out of 5 stars

A colorful party unfolds at every step in this crafts market: the shelves are lined with skulls, jugs, jaguar heads made of black clay, wood or Huichol...

Tienda Fonart

Tienda Fonart

3 out of 5 stars

The National Fund for the Promotion of Crafts is a government institution that supports the production and marketing of original pieces from artisans from...

Bazaar Sábado

Bazaar Sábado

3 out of 5 stars

San Angel is an anomaly that feels like one of those "Magical Villages" of the Mexican countryside. In reality, when you’re here you’re only a few hundred...

Mercado de Coyoacán

Mercado de Coyoacán

3 out of 5 stars

One of the areas with the highest number of visitors in the city is the Coyoacán neighborhood center. Its squares, restaurants, cafes, fountains, kiosks, and...

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Void

Void

5 out of 5 stars

  Their fascination with decades passed led collectors Olympia de la Macorra and Salvador Sahagún to travel the world in search of pieces that...

Mercado Ciudadela

Mercado Ciudadela

3 out of 5 stars

A colorful party unfolds at every step in this crafts market: the shelves are lined with skulls, jugs, jaguar heads made of black clay, wood or Huichol...

Viriathus

Viriathus

4 out of 5 stars

I think it’s fair to say that time is mankind’s biggest obsession. We’re usually so captivated by how it’s entirely out of our...

Mercado de Coyoacán

Mercado de Coyoacán

3 out of 5 stars

One of the areas with the highest number of visitors in the city is the Coyoacán neighborhood center. Its squares, restaurants, cafes, fountains,...