Residence L'Heritage by BlueBay, is located in the financial district of the city and here you will find the luxury shops, the best restaurants, the big mansions and the embassies. Polanco is in full swing and extends north in what is known as New Polanco. The stamp is put by the Soumaya Museum, whose facade of hexagonal aluminum panels marks a new era.

The National Museum of Anthropology

The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the most important museum sites in Mexico and the Americas, designed to house and exhibit the archaeological legacy of the peoples of Mesoamerica, as well as to account for the country's current ethnic diversity. Located 10 minutes from our facilities in Hipólito Taine 318.


Tuesday through Sunday
- $70.00 mxn general
- Sundays free admission.

*Subject to change without notice.

9:00 a 19:00 h

Tamayo Museum

​Founded in 1981, the Tamayo Museum produces innovative exhibitions of the most representative of international contemporary art, its collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as the work of its founder, the artist Rufino Tamayo, just 12 minutes from our facilities in Hipolito Taine 318.


Tuesday through Sunday
- $65.00 mxn general
- Sundays free admission.

*Subject to change without notice.

10:00 a 18:00 h

La Buena Barra Restaurant

Gourmet Mexican cuisine and extensive cellar in a stylish space with brick walls and spacious terrace.

Get to know our contemporary Mexican cuisine, we assure you an incomparable gastronomic experience and above all, fun.

Spain Embassy

The Spanish embassy office in Mexico City is one of the 353 foreign representations in Mexico, and one of 104 foreign representations in Mexico City.

Lincoln Park

The first park that was designed in the Polanco neighborhood. There are the statues of Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King. This is a place of leisure and sport, recognized by the so-called Clock Tower, symbol of the colony that was formerly a dovecot, and where artistic exhibitions are held.

Parish of San Agustin

The parish church of San Agustín is one of the most emblematic monuments of Colonia Polanco.

Antara Fashion Hall

It is a luxury outdoor shopping center in Polanco, considered one of the most exclusive shopping destinations in Mexico. It merges with Plaza Carso, and has proposals in food, entertainment, fun and shopping.

Soumaya Museum

The Soumaya Museum, originally built in the Plaza Loreto shopping center, has served as a public showcase for the best and most select of the collection. In the beginning he focused on the sculptures of Augusto Rodin and some French masters of the 19th century. However, the opening of a new venue has managed to illuminate much more specific aspects of what the foundation offers.


Monday through Sunday
free admission.

10:30 a 18:30 h

Auditorio Nacional

The National Auditorium has consolidated its commitment to promote a fruitful dialogue between society, art, culture and entertainment; for more than a decade it has remained in the top five places among the best hundred in the world - destined to live shows - and has obtained the highest honors of publications with international prestige.

World Trade Center

The World Trade Center Mexico City is a skyscraper located in the Colonia Nápoles, in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, which includes a convention center, cultural center, parking and its most famous and distinctive feature is the large tower with the The world's largest rotating restaurant.

Pepsi Center

In 2012, the Pepsi Center was inaugurated as a new multifunctional event space that completed the offer of activities for one of the most complete urban complexes in Latin America, the World Trade Center in Mexico City.

Poliforum Cultural Siquieros

The March of Humanity, the artist's masterpiece and the banner of Mexican social muralism, arose from the common desire to bequeath a cultural heritage that represented the evolution of the conscience of freedom and justice in the history of Latin America. The construction of the Polyforum Siqueiros began in 1966 and the work was inaugurated in December 1971 with a ceremony headed by President Luis Echeverría and with speeches by Don Manuel Suárez, architect Rossell de la Lama, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Salvador Novo , then chronicler of the city.

Restaurant Bellini

Revolving restaurant with panoramic view and elegant dining room where a careful international menu is served.

Sunken Park

The Sunken Park is an uncommon stage of the CDMX, one of those places that, although it is near an avenue as big as Insurgentes, allows us to get out of the urban chaos, and sit down on a bench to do nothing. Maybe, to enjoy the sound of the birds or the majesty of the trees.

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