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Coyoacan, a former village and now one of the 16 boroughs of Mexico City, is a historic center. It is a popular place to visit, especially on weekends, because many of the original layouts, plazas and narrow streets have been preserved and date from...more
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I m planning a dia de los muertos in LA and since I m here came to shop for decorations. Coyoacan was the perfect place for that. Lots of shops very clean streets and many restaurants to choose from. I was there for about 3...More
We visited this area too late to stand in line for the Frida Kahlo House/Museum so wandered off to the huge & colorful market. Had a tostada each of pollo mole & ceviche & 2 diet comes for a whopping $5! Delicious late morning snack....More
Coyoacan used to be far away from the center of Mexico City. BUT with the amazing grwoth of the city, it is now surround by millions of people. But it has never lost its small town vibe. Elegant homes crash up to boutiques, restaurants, and...More
A must see if you’re in Mexico City. You feel like you’re in a cute, small village but still close to the city. We got there early and had coffee and walked around for a few hours. Beautiful houses line the streets and there seems...More
This place is a culinary and artistic mecca. The choices for food are overwhelming as you enter the district of Coyoacan. The main square is full of amazing restaurants, kiosks, coffee and dolce delights. Once your belly is full, walk the streets to enjoy art,...More
We stayed at a Airbnb here for a week. Love the small town feel of it and low key ambience, despite being embedded in a city of 25 million. Interesting just to walk around, sit in the parque central and eat at the local places.
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There are apps for the Metro system you can get for free, in my experience the best way to get directions is to know where you want to go get direction from Google Maps, go to the nearest Metro Station and follow the... More
There are apps for the Metro system you can get for free, in my experience the best way to get directions is to know where you want to go get direction from Google Maps, go to the nearest Metro Station and follow the instructions, all the Metro cars have the route printed on the wall, also all the Metro stations have a map of the system, is easy to navigate it.
You will need to go into one of the subway stations and buy one of the BROXEl metro cards to use/pay for the subway. When you buy the card, it comes with a map and some information on the subway. You can get the... More
You will need to go into one of the subway stations and buy one of the BROXEl metro cards to use/pay for the subway. When you buy the card, it comes with a map and some information on the subway. You can get the card from any of the ticket kiosks in any subway station. The card looks like a basic credit card with a chip and you use it like a contactless credit card at the entrance terminals into each station. You can put money on the card as you go. Please note that you will not get a map of the system if you just buy a single-use ticket. They also do not have pocket maps at the stations.They only have maps displayed on the walls of each station. I was only able to get a pocket map by buying the metro card.
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