About Plaza Garibaldi
Considered one of the magic of the Mexico City Barrios, born from 1850 as a place of harvest. Until 1921 he was becoming known as Garibaldi Square in honor of Giuseppe Garibaldi, who enlisted in the Madero rows.
Near restaurants, pubs, theaters, museums and hotels, it is the ideal place to look for a mariachi. Remember that on November 22 there to celebrate St. Cecilia, patron saint of musicians.