Santa FeIn the outskirts of Mexico City you will find Santa Fe, a city inside the city that has a vibe of its own. Mostly surrounded by luxurious houses, malls, and office corporations, Santa Fe is the go-to place for a shopping spree with the most renowned brands, whether national or international.
Paseo de la ReformaPaseo de la Reforma is the biggest avenue in Mexico City. While it hosts many corporations, it is also filled with fashion malls, boutiques, arts and crafts shops and much more! Do not hesitate to take a Sunday walk around here and prepare the whole day for an amazing shopping-spree!
CoyoacánEven though Mexico City is surrounded by culture and history, the Coyoacán (COH- IOAH- CAN) neighborhood is one with an interesting cultural and historical background. This neighborhood is known for its laidback, bohemian vibes, as well as for being the home of some XX century artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. In here, you will find all kinds of shops (from high-end to low-end) that host some of the most beautiful arts and crafts in the city, as well as local fashion, cafés, bars and many restaurants to choose from!
Roma-CondesaThe Roma-Condesa neighborhoods are probably amongts the top hippest areas in the city. In here, you will find a lot of pop-up stores, as well as new designer boutiques for amazing local finds that are made in Mexico. This place is so lively that it offers much more than shopping, so do not hesitate to wander around the streets of Roma-Condesa to find amazing coffee places, restaurants, bars and parks.
Downtown Mexico CityDowntown Mexico City is the largest shopping district in the whole city and in the whole country as well. From high-end to mid-range and street shops, Mexico City's downtown are has it all. While some entire areas of downton Mexico City are dedicated to technology and musical instruments, there are other zones in this district that focus on fashion, hand-craft goods, antiques, and vintage shops.