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The Cliníca Condesa was the first of its kind in the country. A flagship health center specializing in sexual health, especially (but not only) LGBT issues, with rapid HIV and STI tests, treatment and prevention, su…
Inegi, Mexico’s national geographical institute, publishes topographical maps covering the whole country (subject to availability). Inegi headquarters are in Colonia Mixcoac and there's another outlet at the airport…
You’ll need to come here if you want to extend your tourist permit, replace a lost one, or deal with other nonstandard immigration procedures. Catch the ‘Ejercito’ bus from metro Sevilla; it leaves you two blocks ea…
The Mexico City Tourism Secretariat has kiosks in key areas, including the airport and bus stations. Staff can answer your queries and distribute a map and practical guide. Staff members usually speak English.
Sectur, the national tourism ministry, hands out brochures on the entire country, though you’re better off at the tourism kiosks for up-to-date information about the capital.
English-speaking staff provide quality care in the southwest of the city, a 10-minute walk northwest from the Terminal Poniente bus station.
Inside the Gran Plaza Ciudad de México mall. Functions as a Miescape outlet for bus bookings as well as offering the usual services.
Specializes in travel for students and teachers, with reasonable airfares from Mexico City. Issues ISIC, ITIC, IYTC and HI cards.
In the well-to-do Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood 6km west of Chapultepec Park, along an avenue lined with embassies.