Palacio de Hierro department store in Mexico City's historic center.
Polanco? Upscale shopping and dining district centered around Presidente Masaryk and Campos Eliseos streets. It also has several shopping malls.
Altavista? San Angel upscale shopping street.
Condesa? Trendy district full with alternative stores and boutiques.
Centro Historico? The city's oldest shopping district, you can find almost anything here. The old department stores are clustered around 20 de Noviembre street.
Pino Suarez? There is a lot of youth-minded fashion going on here. Most of it is a knock-off of something else but at such low prices who can complain? There is a very large indoor market near the metro stop (Pino Saurez, on the pink line) that has a ton of clothing, shoes, and food vendors.
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