Bosque de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Park) is the largest park in Mexico City. According to Wikipedia, it is one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere. Basically, it rivals that of Central Park because it’s so huge and there is so much to do. Be aware that Chapultepec Park (sometimes referred to as Chapultepec forest) is closed on Mondays.
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I got off at the Chapultepec subway metro station and was instantaneous surrounded by vendors selling food for breakfast that morning.
I had an al pastor taco with rice and salsa.
You can see Avenida Paseo de La Reforma from the bridge next to the Chapultepec metro station.
It was a 5 minute walk to Bosque de Chapultepec where you will see the large iron gates.
At the entrance, you can find directions of sights and even an activities map.
The first sight you will see is the Altar a la Patria.
I walked past the Museum of Modern Art since it wasn’t open at 9am.
In the middle of the park, you can find Chapultepec Castle on top of Chapultepec Hill.
Nearby is the Lago Menor with a view of Polanco.
You can also rent kayaks on the lake, but it wasn’t open when I was there.
Across the street from Chapultepec Park is the Museo Nacional de Anthropologia (Anthropology Museum).
I was hungry and had some delicious churros for 2 pesos each.