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The Zona Rosa, often compared to the Champs Elysées of Paris, is a must-visit for avid shoppers or even casual browsers with the greatest concentration of boutiques in Mexico City. This shopping center is no exception, with its sleek design and lavish content. With more than 70 shops and boutiques, visitors will be spoilt for choice.
This shopping centre, located in one of the most exclusive areas in Mexico City, has all types of international shops and franchises like Zara, Benetton, Guess, Scappino, etc. It is the ideal place to come to when you're looking for a gift. It also has a pleasant place to eat, in the plaza de antojitos (snack plaza), as well as private parking.
Centro Coyoacán is a stylish shopping center offering a great variety of items. It starts with prestigious shops such as the Palacio del Hierro and goes on to shops specializing in children's wear, women's wear, men's wear, furniture, shoes, gifts, antiques, trendy young clothes and so on. If you would like to have a coffee, Sanborn's is definitely the place to go. Kids will like going to McDonald's on the ground floor. At the back of the second floor is a Plaza de Antojos or "snack square", where you can order Greek food, pizza, baguettes, ice cream or Mexican snacks. You can admire the fabulous stepped fountains and if you are there during January, don't miss out on the offers, as most of the shops have a 50 percent discount on their stock.
This is a sprawling shopping center in what used to be a paper factory. Plaza Loreto now houses 38 shops, including boutiques, jewelers and furniture shops. The shopping center often exhibits art in the patios, with part of the area used as an open-air space for cultural events, and also houses the Museo Soumayo. There are several restaurants in the area, but perhaps the most interesting is the one housed in the former paper factory owner's home, the Taberna de León.
Ciudad Satélite was created in the 70's with the aim of showing what the cities of the future would be like. In the heart of this cluster of modern buildings is Plaza Satélite, an enormous shopping mall with prominent fashion stores such as Liverpool and the Palacio de Hierro, casual dress shops, shoe shops, leather, gifts, beauty products and restaurants. Plaza Satélite has striking architecture and is very well lit. It is a good place to go with the family on weekends. There is a large car park.
This is a recently opened shopping centre, and definitely one of the most eye-catching in town. Inside it has prestigious stores selling clothing, shoes, and other items as well as cinemas and a "bio-farm". Places such as the All Star Café and Rainforest are highly popular among clientele who flock in during weekends and public holidays. It has a unique design on the inside, with a certain European air about it.
What used to be the Fábrica de Papel Loreto y Peña Pobre (Loreto and Peña Pobre Paper Factory) is now an attractive shopping centre. It still has, throughout its floors, the machinery used for making paper out of cellulose paste. Here we find shops such as Julio, Nine West, Guess, Mixup, Martí and 12 cinema screens. If you get hungry while you are shopping, there are fast food places you can go to like Truffy, KFC and Pizza Hut. It is a pleasant place to stroll and shop. There is a parking lot.