Often confused with neighboring Condesa, Hipódromo differentiates itself as its counterpart’s calmer and funkier younger cousin. Its street art is more likely to grace garage doors than be commissioned, and its yoga studios are more likely to sell bottled water instead of coconut water. Ray-Ban wearing creatives hula-hoop in Hipódromo’s Art Deco plazas, parks, and pedestrian avenues—places that offer perches to casually take it all in, one sight, sound, and color at a time.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Alicia Vera is a photographer based in Mexico City. She studied at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and eventually moved to DF to rediscover her families' roots. Her past clients include Condé Nast Traveler, 360 Magazine, Delta Sky Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. She is an Eddie Adams XXIII alumni.
Javier grew up in one of the largest cities in the world. Mexico City born and raised, he now lives in New York where he has been a photographer for 4 years, shooting for editorial clients in both countries. While working as a graphic designer and art director, he realized his passion for photography, and later enrolled in the photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography in New York.