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Xochimilco, Coyoacán & Frida Kahlo Museum
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Reviewed May 6, 2019 via mobile

If you are looking for a place to chill and be with the locals during the day, this place is the answer for you. Also you might wanna try the ice cream shop just beside the park, love the flavors there... try the Pepino con Chile flavor 🙌 will definitely be back here

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed May 3, 2019

Coyocan has 2 fantastic small museums. the Trotsky Museum and the Frida Kahlo
Museum. I love them both. they are both winners. the Coyocan Market is a super interesting place to wonder around, with food arts and crafts etc. and finally you are in a barrio with many restaurants, cafes, a mall and stores. Coyocan is in the south of Mexico City about a half hour metro ride from the el Zocolo stop.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed April 26, 2019

very cute little area to walk around. there are many small coffee shops worth trying and a nice market place. you don't need long, but an hour or so is plenty to discover this area :)

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 19, 2019 via mobile

The Coyocán walking tour was our second with Estación México. This time our guide was Natasha.
Our meeting point was in the Viveros/Derechos Humanos metro station, in the afternoon, but that is not where the tour starts. We ventured from there to a suitable spot for short introductions before progressing with the tour.
As with our previous tour with Estación México, our guide was knowledgeable and passionate about the area and history. The stories Natasha told were nicely tied together as we walked across several blocks. We stopped to be told about buildings and people of interest as well as pointing out some cool shops (for coffee, icecream, churros, Mexican food....and we did visit a couple after the tour!)
The main square of Coyocán is a great place to relax, eat and/or drink.
The tour ended outside the Frida Khalo museum which we had already visited earlier that morning. Natasha gave us a good introduction to Frida and her husband Diego. Its a great way to then visit the museum if you hadn't already or have time and there are no queues (as on this occasion). Otherwise, do as we did and book in advance online.
A great tour by a local enthusiast. Would definitely recommend!

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 16, 2019

We went to this area to see the Frida Kahlo Museum, but my son (who lives there) was excited to show us the whole area, for good reason. Coyoacan was once a separate little town, but now Mexico City has engulfed it. Still, you can see the old town gate, that still has bullet holes from some battle in some war. The town still maintains its city square, which is surrounded by a beautiful old church and a number of restaurants. We were there on a Sunday afternoon, so the area was very active with families and people enjoying the weather.

The cafes and restaurants are cheap by US standards, and probably a bit touristy for Mexico standards, but this area maintains its authenticity. It doesn't feel like a tourist trap. It is still an area where many families live. There are schools and markets. It is totally safe. There are street performers and kiosks with all sorts of things for sale everywhere.

The Kahlo Museum is a must see, so if you're in the area anyway, walk around and find a place for lunch or to grab a beer. You'll be happy you did.

Date of experience: April 2019
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