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Avenida Coyoacan No. 2000, Mexico City 03103, Mexico
+52 55 5554 5999
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Private Tour: Xochimilco, Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum
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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 the 16th to the early 20th centuries.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Avenida Coyoacan No. 2000, Mexico City 03103, Mexico
+52 55 5554 5999
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Reviewed 20 February 2016

We loved Coyoacan- it had a much more village-y, laid back vibe than other neighbourhoods in Mexico City. The centre square was very picturesque, and we ended up spending most of the morning just wandering around the neighbourhood, through residential streets and little parks that...More

2  Thank Sybil E
Reviewed 18 February 2016 via mobile

If you don't have time to visit a true Mexican "pueblo" this could be a taste of it. With a beautiful Spanish church, the placita, little shops, take your time and walk around. There are many little stores, typical Mexican ice-cream, just enjoy an afternoon.

Reviewed 18 February 2016

Of course you are going to Frida Kahlo. Spend some time enjoying the lovely homes and peaking into the courtyards. A mish mash of 20th century buildings with small mom and pop type stores and restaurants catering to the well-healed residents.

Thank Mofongoloco
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Will give some tips: - You will walk a lot, if going by car, take the first available Public Parking lot you see. Parking at this zone can be a pain. - Some local restaurants at the main plaza are great for taking a drink...More

Thank Ramon R
Reviewed 18 February 2016

If you are planning to spend some days in Mexico City and you like places like Latin Cartan in Paris or Barrio San Telmo in Buenos Aires, you have to visit Coyoacan. Coyoacan is in the south area of Mexico City. This area shows the...More

Thank cagsanabria
Reviewed 18 February 2016

You can find lots of restaurants, museums, handcraft or even get a henna tatoo on your way throgh the market. it´s nice if you only like to take a walk or spend the whole day there.

Thank Jaz H
Reviewed 17 February 2016 via mobile

This beautiful town is now an integrated part of Mexico City, but 500 years ago it was Cortes' home during the reconstruction of The city. It preserves its colonial buildings with a beautiful plaza and a spectacular town church that rivals anything you might see...More

Thank Kennette B
Reviewed 17 February 2016

A little bit outside of the area we were staying in, but was one of the higlights of our trip. We wandered around the neighborhood here and the architecture was fantastic. Definitely eat at la casa de los tacos- get the short rib taco, so...More

Thank grace l
Reviewed 17 February 2016

Great place to stroll around and see some authentic Mexican artisan wares for sale. Also the "Casa Azul" museum of Frida Kahlo is there. I went with friends, so I can't comment on how to arrive. Great restaurants and market stalls to eat in!

Thank MeGusta H
Reviewed 13 February 2016 via mobile

We took the tour city bus that will make very strategic stops. This is one of them. It's a small town where you can eat, shop local souvenirs and enjoy the culture from local residents.

Thank Laura C
Once you step into Coyoacán (“Land of the Coyotes”)
you'll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will
transport you back to the colonial era thanks to the
brick and stone details of the area. Iconic writers
such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo
seeked refuge and inspiration in this area, and you
can see the unique spirit of this neighborhood
reflected in its colorful market where nieves, sopes
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Response from xulsolar | Reviewed this property |
The stores of pineda covalin has nice mexican designer close
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Response from Ralph w | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the previous response. I feel safest going by Uber rather than a taxi. For San Miguel Allende I would book a driver or take a Bus.
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Response from Jaysuhn12 | Reviewed this property |
Taxis and Uber are the best way to travel in Mexico city. My friends and I actually prefer Uber because it is safer. Enjoy! I love that city!