The Zoquiapan Route covers the southeast of Mexico City's Historical Center. Most of the area is today called the old Barrio la Merced.
It was a Tenochtitlan neighborhood called Zoquiapan, meaning "place of swampy water." Today, it's home to nearly half of the protected historical sites in the entire center.
The Zoquiapan Route takes you into some of the oldest and most densely developed Mexico City territory. At the very south, one can also connect with the Calzada de Tlalpan.