Sueño de una tarde dominical en la Alameda Central or Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Central is a mural created by Diego Rivera. It was painted between the years 1946 and 1947, and is the principal work of the Museo Mural Diego Rivera adjacent to the Alameda in the historic center of Mexico City.
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Located next to the Palacio de Bellas Artes is a beautiful park with fountains and statues. We went early in the day on a Friday and there weren't too many people there. It was nice to let our 16 month old run the wide paths. Great light for photos as the trees filter it nicely.
A nice place to sit and watch life unfolding. Yes, there are homeless people, but they are harmless. It is near Bellas Artes, another excellent place to visit.
Awesome park next to bellas artes. On the other side you will find a small market with all kinds of street food. At night the water fountains are illuminated nicely. A great and popular spot for roller and inline skater. You can also enjoy a game of outdoor chess at one at the tables making some local friends.
Too many ppl. There were homeless guys taking baths in the beautiful fountains. Also hard to hail an uber in that area cuz its so crowded
If you include the Palacio Dr Bellas Artes it is almost exactly a 1 mile loop. The have markers in meters if you don't have GPS and stick to the park.