Parque Lincoln - Mexicocity
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Directions to Parque Lincoln
The Lincoln Park is located in one of the most elegant and beautiful neighborhoods of Mexico City: Polanco. This park is surrounded by many top-quality restaurants and really nice bars with terraces. Its green zones and pretty benches invite to contemplate the vibrant ambience of the district as well as the fountains that serve as mirrors within the park. It has an open theater (Ángela Peralta) and aviaries.
This was the first urban park of this classy neighborhood and you can also admire some antique mansions and opulent buildings standing around it. It is a meeting point of young adults looking for good places to have drinks, dinner and fun!
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