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Insurgent Park Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla (La Marquesa)

classification

National parks, Forests, Family entertainment center, Places for running, Meeting places, Gourmet

schedule

Mon
07:00-19:00
Tue
07:00-19:00
Wed
07:00-19:00
Today
07:00-19:00
Fri
07:00-19:00
Sat
07:00-19:00
Sun
07:00-19:00

at your disposal

01 55 3393 1310

How to get

Autopista México - Toluca Km. 56 Ocoyoacac, Huixquilucan. 05750, Cuajimalpa / Desierto de los Leones

in detail

This park is known as La Marquesa. It has a length of 1,760 hectares with lots of history and green areas devoted to recreational activities. It is told that after the Spanish Conquest, Hernán Cortés gave Juana de Zúñiga permission to create a ranch she names La Marquesa. Years later, after the war of independence, those terrains saw the Batalla del Monte de las Cruces. By the decade of 1850, the place was fome of the first founded glass factory of Latin America.

In 1936, president Lázaro Cárdenas made a decreet and transformed La Marquesa into a National Park, because it is a coniferous forest of high impact value. It has fishing activities, mexican antojitos and trouts restaurants, pulque and maguey worm sale. In this park you can either ride a house, rent a cuatrimoto or exercise with mountain cycling, as well as mountainous activities and camping. An ideal place for children to play outdoors.

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