- Guided tour of Coyoacán and San Angel neighborhoods in Mexico City
- Visit San Juan Bautista, one of Mexico City’s oldest churches
- Learn about the life of artist Frida Kahlo at the Blue House Museum
- View pre-Columbian artifacts at the Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum
- Be accompanied by a professional English-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Visit two of Mexico City's neighborhoods rich with history and culture! This half-day tour is perfect for those who want to experience some of Mexico City's lesser-known attractions with a knowledgeable guide.
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What You Can Expect
Stop to admire Coyoacán’s 16th-century mansions and visit the church of San Juan Bautista, one of the oldest churches in Mexico City. Step inside to see impressive paintings and chapels, then continue your exploration of this vibrant neighborhood with a stop at a local crafts fair, where you can sample a cup of traditional coffee (own expense).
Next, visit the Frida Kahlo Museum, known as La Casa Azul (‘the Blue House’), and learn about the turbulent and colorful life of this world-famous artist. See where Frida Kahlo lived with her husband, the muralist Diego Rivera, and examples of her iconic artwork.
Your tour then takes you to the neighborhood of San Angel to visit the Ex-Convento del Carmen, where Mexico City’s only mummified bodies were laid to rest. Admire the church’s three tiled domes, explore the former monastery grounds and visit the museum.
Enjoy free time for shopping and lunch (own expense) in the Saturday bazaar, where a variety of Mexican crafts can be purchased. In the afternoon, enjoy a visit to the Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum, designed by Rivera to house his vast collection of pre-Columbian artifacts.
Your neighborhoods tour ends with return transfer to your Mexico City hotel.
Great tour. You'll walk around Coyoacán, then visit the Blue House. We didn't see the Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum, but went to Xochimilco instead.
Loved our tour guide. He was personable, friendly, very knowledgeable and gave us a detailed insight into the history of Mexico and the sights we visited. We would certainly use Viator again!