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Arrive early to avoid the crowds, especially on weekends.
Diego Rivera Studio Just up the road from the blue house, the studios of Diego and Frida share a modernist three-story structure linked by a roof bridge.
See Historic Center & Zocalo The zocalo has been the center of Mexico City even before the Spanish arrived.
Calling it a town square would be like calling Times Square a wide spot in the road.
You may want to skip the portraits of stuffy aristocrats arrayed at the front and go right for the gold: Diego Riveras, Tamayos, Orozcos and O'Gormans.
Palacio des Bellas Artes This lavish Beaux Arts confection, its exterior lit in lilac and pink, is home to a famed Diego Rivera, El Hombre en el Cruce de Caminos (Man at the Crossroads), originally commissioned for New York's Rockefeller Center.
Chapultepec Park, Mexico City's Central Park, and the city's main drag, Paseo de la Reforma, are closed to traffic on the weekend to make way for cyclists, of which there are many of all ages.
The city is leafy, inviting and buzzing with energy. The Neighborhoods While this city of 30 million seems to have almost as many neighborhoods as it does residents, most visitors will keep themselves to the glamorous environs of Polanco, Roma, Condessa, the Historic Center and Coyoacan.
There's also a big movement to green the city that includes a popular, free bikeshare program.
But Mexico is also home to one of the planet's great urban travel destinations -- a city with unmatched cultural attractions and a world-renowned gastronomy scene.