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Guillaume
Guillaume
September 05, 2019
The large landscaped avenue that crosses the colony and divides it into the North and South Rome. You will find hotels, bookstores, art galleries, cafés and trendy restaurants on both sides, many recently opened, because here is the epicenter of the city's alternative culture.
Ivonne
Ivonne
April 28, 2019
Day 2 At night: Dinner at La Roma. Trendy and hipster ambience. Get prepared for bars and party.
Karen
Karen
May 31, 2018
Roma-Condesa. Is it cheating to add in two whole neighborhoods as one entry? We don’t think so, especially as Roma and Condesa both have so much to offer the passing or even long-term traveler in Mexico City. Right in the heart of the capital, these hipster hangouts are overflowing with quirky bars,…
Eduardo
Eduardo
February 27, 2018
nice neighborhood with many restaurants and bars
Paola
Paola
March 01, 2017
Colonia Roma, also called La Roma or simply, Roma, is a district located in the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City just west of the city’s historic center, and in fact is no longer a single colonia (neighborhood). Currently Roma is known for being the epicenter of hipster subculture in the city, and…

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Mexico City, DF