The borough takes its name in honor of Gustavo A. Madero, a leading politician in the Mexican Revolution
Gustavo A. Madero is located in the north of the Federal District, bordering Venustiano Carranza, Cuauhtémoc and Azcapotzalco boroughs as well as the Mexico State municipalities of Coacalco, Tlalnepantla de Baz, Ecatepec de Morelos, Nezahualcoyotl and Tultitlán
Av. Insurgentes Norte, Montevideo, Av. Eduardo Molina, V. Carranza.
Lindavista, San Pedro el Chico, Eduardo Molina, Cuautepec de Madero and Guadalupe Tepeyac
1. The Basilica of Guadalupe
2. The San Juan de Aragón Zoo.
3. The San Felipe de Jesús tianguis market, a Sunday market with more than 30,000 vendors spreading over 9 hectares.