As you would expect from the nation's capital, Mexico City is blessed with a range of diverse areas to stay. Gustavo A. Madero is situated 5 miles (8 kilometers) to the north of Mexico City's heart.
The Chapultepec Park, Plaza de la Constitucion and Monumento a los Ninos Heroes are some iconic tourist attractions you should think about checking out when you are traveling through Mexico City.
Spending a few days in Gustavo A. Madero? You'll be able to stop by the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of Mexico City's famed attractions.
If you are roaming in Mexico City and after somewhere to stay in Gustavo A. Madero, you might also like to consider booking accommodations through our Benito Juarez hotels guide and Travelocity's Venustiano Carranza hotels guide.
They say travel is living so why not go to Travelocity's booking page and book a Gustavo A. Madero accommodation option.