He will take you to the “place where there are coyotes” in the neighborhood of Coyoacán, the Nahuatl name for this picturesque place.
Once you get there you will take a walk for an hour and a half, starting at the Parish and Former Convent of San Juan Bautista, where you can admire the beauty of its interior and learn a bit of its history.
Then you will walk around the main square of Coyoacán, where you will enjoy a delicious ice cream or some churros; you will continue walking on the San Jacinto square, which is characterized by the variety of handicrafts and paintings that, if you wish, you will be able to buy.
Your tour of this famous neighborhood would not be complete without a visit to the Casa Azul, which was one of the many homes of Frida Kahlo, a painter recognized as an icon of Mexican culture. Today, this beautiful building is a museum that displays her popular collections such as “Viva la Vida”, and collections of pre-Hispanic pieces by the also famous painter, Diego Rivera.
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