Coyoacan, once a colonial village packed with colorful churches, is most famous today as an arts district in Mexico City and Frida Kahlo’s former home, giving the neighborhood a fiery creative flair.
While most tourists discover Coyoacan on foot, the best way to soak up the local ambiance is on a bicycle. During this fun-filled guided tour, cycle through bustling squares and sprawling handicraft markets, discovering hidden hotspots usually frequented by locals. The visit is well-suited for first-time visitors looking to get an overview of the dynamic former village.
Meet your guide in La Condesa and ride down cobblestoned streets, past colonial churches to the famous plaza of Coyoacan. Bask in one of Mexico’s liveliest art districts, with its flashy murals and one-of-a-kind galleries. Pick up some indigenous textiles at the open-air market before stopping at the Frida Kahlo Museum for a private tour of the painter’s former home.