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    The incomparable Marquesa

    Alexia Arana

    Part of the history of Mexico
    La Marquesa, the most important national park in Mexico City, receives its name in honor of the nobility that lived there, the previous owner was Juana de Zúñiga, wife of the then Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca.

    Sometime later, this place was set on fire by the Zapatistas during the Mexican Revolution, so there is nothing left of what was once a hacienda.
    Now it is a place full of outdoor activities, to connect with nature

    What can I do in La Marquesa?

    The main thing you have to do when you arrive is to walk through the different restaurants full of Mexican food. From huaraches, quesadillas, tlacoyos, to more elaborate dishes such as grilled rabbit.

    After having tasted the typical delicacies of Mexico, let the adventure begin. You will find activities for the whole family, you can immerse yourself in nature doing a little camping, or tour the forest on a mountain bike, and if you want to show off your skills, fishing there is a relaxing and at the same time exciting activity.

    For the more adventurous

    One of the favorite activities for visitors is to enjoy the spectacular view of La Marquesa, from its zip lines, to feel the cold wind on your face while you descend, it is an incredible sensation.

    Another highly requested activity is the Go Karts track, where you will put your speed skills to the test, and if you want something even more fun, there are ATVs to tour La Marquesa.

    How do I get to La Marquesa?

    Leaving from Mexico City, it is approximately 50 minutes, taking the road to federal highway 15. There are also buses that can take you to the park, but the duration of the trip is longer.

    Let yourself be enveloped by the wonders of Mexico on your next vacation.

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