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SURVIVAL GUIDE DF

28, 29 y 30 de noviembre #SenseCampMx

Welcome! We are pleased to have you joining us in the first SenseCamp
in Mexico City. To ensure that you have a pleasant experience in one of
the largest cities in the world we have created a compilation of very useful
information to answer all the questions you may have and to select the
things you would like to do in your visit.
If you still have any questions you may write a message in our HotSpot
group in Mexico.

Agenda sensecamp
Viernes 28 de noviembre
Tarde
Casa del Agua, Puebla 242.
16 hrs. www.casadelagua.com.mx
Noche
Sede Centraal, Zamora 187, Condesa
Un SenseDrink y un MKS Room para romper el hielo
y conocernos todos. (Sin desvelarnos ya que el sábado
empieza toda la acción)

Sábado 29 de noviembre
Mañana y tarde
8:00 a 18:00 hrs.
Centraal, Zamora 187, Condesa
Noche
21:30 a 03:30 hrs.
Bucardón, Donato Guerra 1, Cuauhtémoc
¡Fiesta de cierre y mucho festejo!
Entrada $100 hasta las 23:00 hrs

Domingo 30 de noviembre
Media tarde
12:00 a 16:00 hrs.

Jardín Edith Sánchez, San Luis Potosí esq. Yucatán, Roma
Rescate de alimentos, cocina y música
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Surviving in Mexico City
1) Arrival at Mexico city airport
International visitors will be given an arrivals card (FMT) and a customs form on board

their flight. Be sure to hang on to the portion of the FMT the officer returns to you as
you will need to present this on departure and will be fined if you don't have it.
If you are heading to Mexico City itself, the recommended, and safest, way is to take
an authorized taxi. At both terminals, you will see signs pointing to the desks where
you pre-pay your fare by zone. They all cost the same (the cost should be under 200
pesos if you head to Condesa/Roma.).
Do NOT accept a ride from any of the taxis who might be hanging around the terminal, or attempt to take a non official taxi.
There is a subway/metro station at Terminal 1This is only advised if you are confident
in Spanish and have minimal baggage (costs: 5 pesos)

2) Precautions to take taxis in Mexico:
Don't take street cabs in Mexico City if you are unfamiliar with the capital and/or don't
speak much Spanish, use a taxi rank cab (named “taxi de sitio”) or phone a local taxi.
They cost more than street cabs, but are still good value in comparison to a similar
distance taxi fare in other major capital cities.

SECURE TAXI number (Around Condesa): 55 56 31 13 90
Taxi roma/condesa: 56 34 11 11
Aplicación Uber
If you decide to take a street cab in Mexico City, it is advisable to opt only for the new
style cabs (all with 4 doors) that have either painted white and pink or painted
burgundy and gold.
Flag down only properly licensed cab cars: All newly-licensed cabs have a distinctive
white colored licence plate beginning with a capital letter and five numbers. Any street
cab you flag down should show this new plate.
Ensure your taxi driver is properly licensed: Be sure, whatever taxi you get into, that the
driver's license card is visible. The license card is a white, laminated document with
official stamps, a hologram and a photograph of the taxi driver on it. The card should
be presented in full color and not be a photocopy.

Surviving in Mexico City
3) Useful tips

• NEVER DRINK TAP WATER! You will need shop water bottles at stores, you will find
Oxxo or 7-Eleven stores almost each block in the city, most of them are 24/7 stores.
• Consider that YOU CANNOT DRINK ANY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON THE STREET,
you could be caught by the police. You won’t go to jail but you will spend a lot of time
and money arguing with them.

Where to eat/drink in Mexico City
First things first. If you are coming to the SenseCamp you will be spending most of
your time in Roma / Condesa. Here is a list of some places that we recommend you
during your stay in Mexico City.

Restaurants
Budget <100 pesos:
• Tacos “El Greco” Av. Michoacán 54. Entre Nuevo León y Ámsterdam. Condesa

• Botellón. Calle Tamaulipas 106. Condesa
• Tiendita de San Pascual Bailongo. Jaime Torres Bodet 85. Santa María la Ribera
Budget 100<x<250 pesos
• Flora lounge. Av. Michoacán 54-A. Entre Nuevo León y Ámsterdam. Condesa
• Casa del agua (mediodía). Puebla 242, Roma Norte
• Ojo de agua (mediodía). Calle Citlaltépetl 23, Hipódromo Condesa.
• Mercado Roma. Calle Querétaro #225, Cuauhtemoc, Roma Norte
• La casa de Toño (comida típica mexicana) varias sucursales
Budget >250 pesos
• El Perro negro. Puebla 109

Bars
• Mezcalería. La Botica Mezcaleria. Dirección: Campeche 396. Condesa.
• Pulquería “Expendio de pulques finos”. Av. Insurgentes Sur 226, Cuauhtémoc, Roma
• Felix. Álvaro Obregón 64, Entre Córdoba y Mérida. Roma Norte
• Pata Negra. Calle Tamaulipas 30, Condesa.
• Pasagüero Centro Ciudad. Av. Motolinía 33, Cuauhtemoc, Centro
• Plaza Garibaldi (plaza de los mariachis)
• Cantina Rio de la plata. Cuba 39, Esquina con Allende, Col. Centro
• La Bipo. Álvaro Obregón 287. Roma

Clubs
Electro
• Club Social Rhodesia. Durango 181, Roma Norte
• Mono. Versalles 64, Juárez
• AM. Calle Nuevo León 67, Condesa.
To Dance
• Salón Pata Negra
• Matraka
• Buenavista Dancing Club
• Salón Los Angeles
After (Who knows…)
• El Jacalito

Food and drinks you definitely have to taste whilst in Mexico City:

Tacos al pastor, Pozole, Barbacoa, Carnitas, Churros en Coyoacán, Pulque, Mezcal,
Tamales and torta de tamal, Michelada

What to do/see in México City
Best Markets:
• La Merced
• Jamaica
• Sonora
• La central de Abastos
• El Chopo
• Lagunilla (Tepito)

Best museums:
• Frida Kahlo museum

• Museo de Antropología
• Templo Mayor
• Museums at night (Only the last Wednesday of each month)
https://www.facebook.com/nochedemuseos

• Bellas artes
• Museo de Arte Popular
• Museo Rufino Tamayo

Explore the city by Neighborhoods:
• Downtown / Zócalo http://www.guiadelcentrohistorico.mx/sitios
• Coyoacán (Bohemian style) / San Angel

http://www.mexicocity.gob.mx/barriosmagicos/guiasBMT/Coyoacan.pdf
• Cineteca (Independent movie theater)
http://www.cinetecanacional.net/cartelera_dia?s=5&dia=2013-07-16

• Kiosco Morisco de Santa María la Ribera
• Plaza de las 3 culturas

Places to visit (kind of far but within the city):
• Xochimilco
• Teotihuacán (Piramids)
• Convento Desierto de los Leones http://desiertodelosleones.mx/parque.html
• Foro Shakespeare. http://foroshakespeare.com
• Cine Tonalá. http://www.cinetonala.com/noticias/noticia/

Hostels and Hotels
Are you planning on staying longer in Mexico City? We suggest you check out the
following options.

• Stayin Barefoot. Juan Escutia 125, córner Zamora, Col Condesa
• Hotel 333. Calle Colima 333, col. Roma Norte
Things you can’t miss before you leave Mexico City
• Plaza Garibaldi
• Ride a trajinera (typical barge) through the Xochimilco water canals
• Lucha libre (Mexican wrestling) show
• Ride a bicycle on Sundays, specially the last Sunday of every month.
• The last Wednesday of every month go to a museum in the night of museums.

Away from México City
Our favorite places in Mexico
Near
Morelos
Cuernavaca (capital del estado)
Tepoztlán (pueblo mágico y zona arqueológica)
Xochicalco (zona arqueológica)
Guerrero
Acapulco – Pie de la Cuesta (playa)
Taxco (pueblo mágico)
Hidalgo
Huasca (pueblo mágico)
Pachuca (capital del estado)
Peña del Aire
Prismas basálticos (maravilla natural)
Real del Monte (pueblo mágico)
San Miguel Regla

Tula (zona arqueológica)
Querétaro
Peña de Bernal (maravilla natural)
Querétaro (capital del estado)
Tequisquiapan (pueblo mágico)

Useful Website
Where to visit and eat in DF
http://www.mx-df.net/

Estado de México
Nevado de Toluca (volcán inactivo)
Malinalco
Tepotzotlán
Toluca y Metepec
Valle de Bravo

Where to travel in Mexico

Puebla
Cholula (zona arqueológica)
Cuetzalan (pueblo mágico)
Huejotzingo (solo en época de carnaval)
Puebla (capital del estado)

Download Maps

Yucatán
Akumal
Tulum
Playa del Carmen
Chichen Itza
Islas Holbox
Chiapas
San Cristóbal de las Casas
Palenque
Agua Azul
Playas de Oaxaca
Puerto Escondido
Mazunte
Lagunas de Chacahua

http://www.mexicodesconocido.com.mx
http://www.visitmexico.com/es/inah

Transportation in Mexico

http://www.mexperience.com/guide/essential
s/transport/getting-around-mexico.php

http://www.mexicocity.gob.mx/contenido.
php?cat=50910&sub=0
http://www.orgullosocitadino.com/

Tour the city on bike:

http://www.df.gob.mx/images/docs/guiabi
ci.pdf

City Guide

http://www.df.gob.mx/index.php/visitante
http://couchsurfingmxc.blogspot.mx/


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