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Things to see, do and learn in Mexico City

Mexico City has a rich legacy that shows in the city’s attractions surrounding the Radisson Paraiso. From the Anahacalli Museum to the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, there’s a wealth of information to be learned and sights to be seen. Lovers of art can admire the masterpieces at Carrillo Gil Art Museum or the National Museum of Art and see breathtaking performances at the beautiful Palace of Fine Arts. High-energy travelers can feed their adrenaline on the fast rides at Six Flags, and business travelers can enjoy our convenient location in the Distrito Federal (D.F.), the busiest commercial district in the country.

Explore these area attractions:

  • Nezahualcoyotl Hall (2.8 km)
    Architect Arcadio Artis designed this concert hall with sophisticated acoustics so that every seat in the auditorium is a good one. Since the hall is located at Mexico National Autonomous University, you can attend a symphonic performance while you’re visiting the campus.
    Phone: +52-55-5622-7175
  • Mexico National Autonomous University (4 km)
    With schools of medicine, law and music, this university draws a variety of students to its classrooms. See a soccer game when you visit.
    Phone: +52-5622-2001
  • Six Flags Mexico (5.6 km)
    With wet, wild and whirling rides, there’s plenty of fun to be had at Six Flags. After you’ve satisfied your thrill-seeking side, treat yourself to a tasty meal at one of the park’s restaurants or see a live show.
    Phone: +52-55-5339-3600
  • Carrillo Gil Art Museum (6.8 km)
    Founded by Dr. Alvar Carrillo Gil and known for its diverse collection, this museum showcases drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures by past and present artists.
    Phone: +52-55-8647-5450
  • Anahuacalli Museum (7.2 km)
    Featuring more than 50,000 artifacts, this museum houses both prehistoric and popular art.
    Phone: +52-55-5617-3797
  • National Museum of Anthropology (20.5 km)
    While its collection continues to grow, the mission of this national museum remains the same—to honor Mexico’s history by sharing it with both natives and tourists.
    Phone: +52-55-4040-5300
  • Templo Mayor (22.3 km)
    This museum contains the remains of the Aztec Pyramid of Huitzilopochtli, which was discovered in 1978.
    Phone: +52-55-4040-5600
  • Palace of Fine Arts (22.5 km)
    While this venue’s stunning glass curtain amazes guests, the spectacular musical and ballet performances at the Palace of Fine Arts also leave audiences in awe.
  • National Museum of Art (22.6 km)
    Founded in 1982, this museum’s permanent collections represent five centuries of Mexican art.
    Phone: +52-55-8647-5430
  • Plaza de las Tres Culturas (24.2 km)
    In one plaza, you can see the convergence of three cultures through the Aztec pyramids, the 17th-century Spanish Church of Santiago and a modern Mexican tower.
    Phone: +52-55-5583-0295

Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) is located about 25 kilometers from the hotel, and taxi service is available.

From Airport Boulevard, turn right on Viaducto Miguel Aleman Freeway. Exit right on Tlalpan Avenue and turn right on Periferico Freeway to Perisur Mall. Exit right to approach the hotel.