Auditorio Nacional


Bosque de Chapultepec I
Mexico City, Mexico


01 55 9138 1350

NileGuide Expert tip:

When you arrive in Mexico City check whose playing during your stay, you may be in for a wonderful surprise.


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Centrally located on Reforma Avenue in the Chapultepec area, this is a concert hall with great acoustics, m seats and easy access. You can catch Mexican pop idol Luis Miguel who has performed a record breaking 23 consecutive dates as well as internationally recognized musicians such as Cayetano Veloso and The Cranberries


Ever since this venue was remodeled about 20 years ago it has become one of the most important concert halls in Mexico City, it's too small for a Paul McCarthney show, it seats only 2,000 people but there isn't a bad seat in the house.


It is a few blocks away from Polanco very close to some of the major Hotels (Marriott, Nikko, W, Intercontinental) and although you can walk to the auditorium, I would suggest catching a quick cab ride back to your hotel because it will be dark by he time the show is over.


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