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clock-o6 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 2 more

Overview

Visit Frida Kahlo’s house, the colonial-era neighborhood of Coyoacan, and Xochimilco’s floating gardens on a small-group tour in Mexico City that explores art, architecture, and history. You’ll get a fascinating glimpse into Kahlo’s life and work in “Casa Azul,” then take in the main sites in Coyoacan. Next, head to Xochimilco for an hour-long boat ride in a trajinera, following a series of flower-lined canals. The tour concludes with a trip through the UNAM campus, including a series of beloved murals by Diego Rivera, O’Gorman, and Siqueiros.
  • Full-day tour of Coyoacan, Xochimilco, and UNAM
  • See Frida Kahlo’s “Casa Azul”
  • Optional stop at Leon Trotsky’s house (own expense)
  • Boat ride through Xochimilco’s floating gardens
  • Tour of the UNAM campus, stadium, and murals
  • Includes pickup and drop-off at selected hotels
  • Entrance fees included
  • Tour is wheelchair accessible

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, Feb 2018

This was a perfect combo tour when we didn't have the whole day for a longer tour of these places. Victor was an excellent, experienced tour guy who spoke fluent English, who knew tons about Mexican history and culture etc. Skipping the line at the Kahlo museum was important, even so it was very crowded on a Sunday afternoon. The floating gardens at Xochimilco are lovely and relaxing, not to be missed. Another time I would take more time on my own with Kahlo museum and walking around Coyoacan, which was brief because of our 1 pm museum tickets. Note this says full-day tour, but we were picked up at 9 and finished up by 2 pm would have been more like 3 but we skipped lunch after the museum.

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, Jan 2018

A great day. Victor was a great guide. Highly recommended.

a
, Jan 2017

Too crowded, but crowds kept flowing nicely. I wanted photos and they were not allowed, later found out that you could pay for a photo pass, information not given at the entrance. Knowing that before entering the museum would have been nice. University city your was short, may have beeen avoided all together. Xochimilco needs work to keep with the Unesco designation, not bad but will skip next time.


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