Colonia Roma in Mexico City is a middle class neighborhood where most of the young professionals live. It’s a hip, gentrified neighborhood that is known for trendy restaurants, boutique shops, and nightlife. Colonia Roma can easily be reached by the Insurgentes Metro subway station.
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Colonia Roma is largely a dense residential neighborhood full of colorful buildings with historic Romanesque architectural.
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Colonia Roma is also home to a university and many parks with religious figures and monuments.
You can also find many boutique shops, florists, and even American Apparel.
During the evening, there is even an exclusive Women’s only nightclub.
Colonia Roma also has many cafes and restaurants scattered throughout the neighborhood.
The most interesting part about Colonia Roma is the amazing street food that you can find on Colima Street.
I had some amazing barbacoa tacos all for 14 pesos.