What to do the weekend from December 28 to January 2 – El Sol de México

Say goodbye to the year as it should, like a party This week we have a couple of recommendations for you that range from a special celebration with a 12-hour dance, to bagel options for Kings Day. Also, where to send your letter to Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar; a museum that never closes and a couple of slopes so you can test your balance on skates.

If on holidays everything seems to be deserted, this weekend and especially the official breaks, take a look at cultural spaces like the Soumaya Museum.

What type of work is in the Soumaya Museum? The extensive collection includes landscapes, portraits, miniatures, prints, numismatics, fashion, photography, drawing and applied arts, among others. Eye. There are replicas of the sculptures of The David and The Mercy by Michelangelo.

When and where
All year round on Blvd. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Granada, Miguel Hidalgo. Opens from 10:30. Free admission.
Follow the conversation on networks: instagram @elmuseosoumaya

After the Christmas holidays comes one of the most anticipated dates for children and adults, the Kings Day. Have you already sent your letter? He goes write it and send it to Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar.

How to ship? You just have to go to the Postal Palace and buy a Christmas kit that includes a letter and a postal stamp. After writing, you put it in the mailbox and that’s it. Don’t forget to enter the destination: Star of Bethlehem. Wait at home, it is likely that you will receive a response in your mailbox at home so write down your address carefully.

When and where
Tacuba 1, Historic Center. Ends on January 5. They are open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on business days.

Follow the conversation on networks: instagram @palacio.postal.museo

If you are looking for a touch of adventure during your free time, take advantage of the fact that ice rinks are installed in different municipalities, for winter holidays.

Where are they installed?
-Tláhuac Forest, next to the Olympic Pool; In addition, it has an athletics track, cycling, an artificial lake and a sports center. Open from Tuesday to Saturday.

-In the Álvaro Obregón mayor’s office where there is also a Christmas village and slide. Open from Tuesday to Sunday.

-In the Venustiano Carranza mayor’s office They also put up a 22 meter high Christmas tree and the Christmas village.

When and where
Mayors Álvaro Obregón, Tláhuac and Venustiano Carranza until January 6. More information here.

Follow the conversation on networks: @alcaldiaaomx, @alcaldia.tlahuac and @alcaldia.vcarranza

Say goodbye to 2023 and welcome 2024 with a marathon celebration in an old city hotel. Attend the party organized by Black Night

¿Who will play? The call up line up ETERN DANCE⭐️ there will be music from sonideros and other bands ranging from cumbia to techno; It will be distributed in five simultaneous stages, divided by musical genres, so you can dance according to the mood you are in. It sounds like a real festival.

To mention some names are: Nortec, Sonido Gallo Negro, La Changa and Pahua. Buy your tickets before you arrive!

When and where
December 31 at the Antiguo Hotel Reforma, located at Paris 32, Tabacalera neighborhood
Follow the conversation on networks: instagram @nochenegra.mx


If you are one of those who have just finished the year and are already thinking about the first banquet of next year with the Three Kings’ bagel, good news: you can now go try the 2024 proposals.

Visit www.aderezo.mx and learn about the list of options that stand out for being the most creative; They range from chocolate fillings to wine-based options, fun proposals and some more traditional ones. By the way, don’t get the little doll eh, which is crucial for the tamaliza.

Important: We remind you that some require confirmation of a minimum of two days and even advance payments or total settlements. The good thing is that several of them will be available beyond January 6. Read the full note here.

When and where
Until January 6 in different establishments that you can consult at www.aderezo.mx
Follow the conversation on networks:
@pasteleríaamado, @gran.cafe.victoria and @cardinpastelerito, among others

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