Hi, I’m Antonio

Mexico City

Hi, I’m Antonio

I’ve lived in Mexico City for 43 years

I speak English, Spanish

I am a Customer Service Specialist


Hello there! I'm a music and movie's lover. I like very much classical music, going to concerts, and visiting gigs of Electronic Dance Music. I am also into outdoor activities and like taking long walks out in the green. I would describe myself as a talkative, easy-going person who loves to encounter new people, and cultures. I look forward to welcoming you in Mexico City soon! Welcome to my exciting journey through Mexico City!! Guests might want to visit the Frida Khalo exposition in Fronton Mexico, nearby Monumento a la Revolución. Also there is nice place to have breakfast / brunch / lunch / supper in very nice, and excellent cooking and fair prices in colonia San Simon. There's the opportunity to get to that place through Trolebús and from there we might go to Downtown to have a walk, take some pictures and probably get some souvenirs! Another possibility of route is traveling from Coyoacán to Colonia Condesa and have some dark beer and sea food cocktail! There are multiple sorts of cafeterias out in my neighborhood, Coyoacán (exception Starbucks, it's too common) and I can lead guests to each one of Also there's REFORMA Avenue, which is a few blocks away from Downtown. Very beautiful places to visit such as Alameda Park, Bellas Artes theater, Zócalo where the National government office is Located, the building of Supreme Court, the building where Ciudad de México's government premises is located, the Metropolitan Cathedral as well. Dozens of Cafeterias and nice places to have some meals. Castillo de Chapultepec Is a remarkable place to visit, located at the top of a Hill and nearby Polanco area. There are colonial neighborhoods such as San Ángel. We can hang around within a 15 minute walk from Coyoacan's main square. Viveros de COYOACAN is a big green area with free access. People usually go there to perform some jogging! In the Alameda Central people can go with their roller skates and bicycles and have some fun during all day long. Free access too! Mexico City is a very pleasant and secure place to be! Pandemia and earthquake did its part with no permanent effect in people. This you can witness on your own and still enjoy our beauties

My knowledge & interests

Hosts graduation Bachillerato UNAM
Street food Local cuisine Desserts Food markets Theater Cinema Street art Parks Gardens Scenic routes Social history Architectural history Cityscape photography Street photography Modern architecture Third wave coffee Local beers High-end fashion boutiques Department stores Street markets Handicrafts & souvenirs Popular culture Lifestyle culture Alternative or underground culture

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