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LocalAventura Tour: Tour of Coyoacán and San Ángel in Mexico City
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Tour of Coyoacán and San Ángel in Mexico City

Experience the history and art scene of the Coyoacán and San Ángel neighborhoods!

4 hrs

Mexico City

1 ~ 15

High content


Come explore the artistic and historic center of Coyoacán, the unique and charming neighborhood of Mexico City where Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera lived! The meandering alleys and side streets of Coyoacán will transport you to Mexico’s colonial past and take you through the juxtaposition of its modern yet traditional society. Coyoacán used to be a weekend getaway for the colonial elite and remained separated from Mexico City during its earlier years. This historic, calm, and quaint town has an atmosphere of grandness due to its elaborate architecture. Coyoacán became a bohemian cultural center around 50 years ago and artists still remain an essential part of its identity to this day.

On this adventure, you'll explore the hidden streets and small alleys, eat like the locals at the food market, and visit grandiose houses that have now been turned into libraries and cultural centers. Visit Coyoacán’s main church and the parish of La Conchita, both some of the earliest Catholic temples in the continent. Away from the bustling streets of the big city, you’ll have a chance to take in the calm, quirky, and artistic atmosphere of this historic small neighborhood, and learn why the likes of artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera called it home. 


  • Your guide will meet you at your hotel in Mexico City and, depending on where you're staying, take you for a truly authentic experience on the metro or walk to the first destination.
  • Wander through the old alleyways and enjoy the local markets
  • Learn about the lives and early influences of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera 
  • Visit two of the earliest Catholic churches in the continent
  • Enjoy the beauty of the old mansions and bohemian art scene
  • Drop-off back at your hotel

Available days


Eligibility criteria

This tour is easily accessible to people of all ages and physical abilities. Please inform your local guide if you need accommodations.

What's Included

  • Expert multilingual local guide

What's not included

  • Food and beverages
  • Entrance fees to museums

Additional Pricing Information (*)


  • Bring comfortable shoes, a hat, sunscreen, water and a camera
  • Don't wear luxurious/flashy jewelry


Good for Groups




Pablo was a great guide. Very informative and exceptionally entertaining with his unique style. From meeting us on time until end, he took us on a delightful tour of the Historic Centre, the Palacio, Cocktails at 102m, the Cathedral, Templo de Tláloc, viewing stunning architecture, all of which included witnessing Mexico City daily life while sampling amazing street food and authentic Mexican cuisine.

December 20th, 2017 Report ⚐


Fernanda was excellent. Super communicative and supportive with my questions in advance. Took us to a neighborhood we otherwise would not have confidently explored on our own, and made us feel informed and comfortable the whole time we navigated the streets on foot. At the end of our tour, Fernanda brought us to our favorite restaurant of the trip - San Angel Inn. Exquisite and beautiful, eating with the local elite there made us feel special and welcome.

December 30th, 2017 Report ⚐

Pablo and Fernanda


I was always interested in the cultural history of my home country of Mexico, which led me to study history and anthropology. I am currently working on my masters in anthropology at UAM in Mexico City, but I’ve always been just as interested in discovering my city and its history through exploration on my own, as in the classroom. Recently I've put my knowledge and passion to use to share my city with travelers. I love being able to discuss everything from Mexican identity to local politics and social issues with travelers to give them an in depth understanding of my country.


History has always fascinated me which is why I studied history at UNAM. I was always interested in how Mexico and Mexico City developed into what they are today and so I studied its social and political history in the 20th century. One of my favorite neighborhoods in Mexico City is Coyoacan, firstly because I’ve lived there all my life, and secondly because of the way colonial influences and modern society collide there. I love being able to share my knowledge with travelers around the world and help them understand Mexico.

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