Coyoacan is an amazing and lovely area. A lot to see. A great place to stroll through old tree-lined streets and discover open courtyard gardens, or hang out on a patio sipping coffee. Awesome restaurants too.
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Very charming area that is so much in contrast to rest of Mexico City. Very cute and plenty of history to see on foot.
GO! You will get at least 4 attractions that you cannot lose. Leon Trotsky's house, where you'll learn a bit of the Russian revolutionary's story and his tragic death in Mexico, by the hands of an American henchman sent by Stalin. Then there is Frida...More
If you are interested on the true colors of Mexico City, then Coyoacan is your place!!! It is a beautiful place located south full of places to discover! Coyacan has everything, a traditional market, museums, restaurants, bohemian life and a beautiful church! Cannot miss it!
I got to stay in Coyoacan for about two months and it was a great experience. In the main 'colonia', Del Carmen, you can find the main squares, the fountain of the coyotes, the Frida Kahlo Museum and a lot of restaurants, shops, quirky little...More
This area is a recreational point for young people and families. It has cafes, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. If you're unable to visit other regions of Mexico this is a bit of the Mexican town-ish experience. Worth a visit.
Coyocan is one of the places I would live if I could. I love the architecture and the town itself is charming with good people. Wonderful market, shops and interesting venues to enjoy.
The square at Coyoacán is vibrant, plenty of restaurants and cafes. There are many shops to peruse and purchase goodies. It is a quiet part of Mexico City with its cobblestones streets and lovely homes. Great for walking around.
This is a very cute area of Mexico City. Lots of stuff to see and do. My favorite was having tamarindo with chile ice cream!!!! I was there on a Monday, so Frida Kahlo's museum was closed. Very sad :'-(