Mexico City's Polanco & Granada neighborhoods have long been among the most important neighborhoods for international visitors. The addition of a couple of good museums simply upped the ante.
They're included here together because, with the development of the Granada neighborhood, it's often referred to as the "New Polanco."
Today, they're unmissable. As a relatively big area, they're also pleasantly walkable. In fact, tree-lined streets and sidewalk cafes are one of the area's trademarks. And the area is easily reachable on the Turibus Polanco Circuit or on that of Capital Bus.
The listings in the map should help you to get a better sense of the place, but it's important to visit a few times. Both Polanco and Granada offer a terrific amount to see in just one afternoon.