Surviving as a small Mexican town in the middle of the metropolis, Escandón blurs the lines between the past and the present as the relentless activity of the city fades into the background. Family life and family businesses anchor the community, contrasting the trendsetting coolness of Condesa to the north. In Escandón, grandchildren frequent the same corner stores their grandparents did, and grandparents drop off their grandchildren at the same schools their own children attended.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Traditional Values In Central Mexico City
It is very central, close to Chapultepec, and very well connected through the bus and metro station. The neighborhood is friendly and full of nice little stores, markets, bars, and restaurants."
Visited in 2013
Family Focused In Escandón
(Escandón) is right between the Condesa and Nápoles neighborhoods, both with plenty of restaurants and bars, but [both] can be expensive."
Mom, Pop, and Corner Store Commerce
Very much enjoyed my stay in la Colonia Escandón. It's very close to La Condesa, but has a distinct feel and tons of cheap eateries around."
Julian & Fernanda
Visited in 2013
Our visitors just can't believe how simple and effortless it is to transfer in and out of Colonia Escandón to anywhere else in town."
Jorge & Monnah
Escandón's Residential Atmosphere
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Eunice is a photographer who lives and works in Mexico City. Her work has been published in various national and international publications such as the New Yorker, The British Journal Photography (UK), Time magazine’s LightBox (USA), Ojo de Pez (Spain), GUP (Holland), Vice (International edition), Yo Dona (Spain), Gatopardo (Mexico), National Geographic Travel (Mexico) and Marie Claire (Mexico). She has exhibited collectively in Hannover, Madrid, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, Los Angeles and New York.