This area is one of the most common places to visit within the city. It is a very famous, intellectual and bohemian neighborhood of the Mexican capital city. Many public people from Mexico and abroad (artists and politicians) have had their residencies here. It is very common for local people to visit this area to relax and grab some coffee or hot chocolate. Due to its several food options, people normally have dinner or lunch in one of the restaurants in front of the traditional Coyotes Fountain or in the market where you can find typical Mexican food.
Places to visit:
- Church and convent of San Juan Bautista
- Conchita Square and Hernán Cortés House
- Centenario Square and Coyoacan Kiosk
- Handcraft Market
- Mercado el 100 (Organic Market)
- Frida Kahlo Museum
- Casa de Cultura "Jesús Reyes Heroles"
Option 1: Public Transportation
Experience a complete local tour, using Mexico City subway and buses.
Option 2 Private Transportation
A comfortable way to see the city in private cars or vans, depending on the party of people attending the tour.
What is included:
Transportation (Depending on selected option)
Pick up and drop off at your hotel
Visit to places mentioned above
English or Spanish speaking guide
Refreshement (Quick meal)
Unlimited bottled water
What is not included:
Tour is expected to last about 6 hours
Pick up time: 8 am Mexico Time.