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Callejón Regina

10.05 reviews
Sights and Museums, Bars, Clubs and Nightlife, Shopping, Neighborhood
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Calle Regina Centro Histórico, Centro Ciudad de México, CDMX Mexico
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Beijing, China

This is my favourite street in all of Mexico City. It's in the area of the historical centre, and there's endless restaurants, cafes and bars to choose from all along the street. It's also a great place to sit and people watch the artsy and eclectic people of Mexico City. There's also a bunch of street art around, so bring a good camera and enjoy the view.

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Local from Mexico City, Mexico

I have seen the transformation of this alley since it was a busy street until its closure to become a space dedicated to the pedestrian. Undoubtedly, it is one of my favorite areas of the historic center since, since it was banned, vehicles became the home of very trendy cafes and restaurants as well as the refuge of urban and independent artists. One of the spots that you should not miss on your walk on this street is Jerónimas a restaurant with a university atmosphere that offers good food at a very affordable price as well as a variety of national and international beers.

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Puebla, Mexico

If you are looking for an area to be able to go out for a drink with friends and eat rich, I recommend Regina Street in the center of the city. It has many restaurants and bars very rich and affordable, at night it takes a lot of life so you can go here if you want to party.

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Buenos Aires

The Regina Alley was one of the small places in Mexico that I liked the most, with its trendy area full of bars and restaurants, and its murals and graffiti that give it that unique touch that is so beautiful. During the weekends it becomes pedestrian, and since it is in the area of the old town, it is necessary to know it.

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Local from Mexico City, Mexico
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The Regina Alley is a neighborhood that is causing a furore for the series of bars, restaurants and urban art that you find here. It is a different option to what happens in the first square of the city. Very close to the Cloister of Sor Juana, this little street awaits you, which turns into a pedestrian during the weekends. It is one of the oldest parts of the Historic Center and that is why it is imperative to know it.

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