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I don't know if we just went at the wrong time or what, but this was not at all as described or expected. I was thinking i might see some cheesy but authentic Mariachi bands, and add it to the stack of experiences. What i...More
We went to the plaza on the weekend (during the day) & it was not what I expected
There were several mariachi bands, but they were all begging to play for us
There were several homeless people hanging out
I was a little scared to...More
We arrived about 9.00 pm and the plaza was just coming alive. This is the place to come if you are looking to hire a mariachi band for a party or just to come and listen to the bands. The plaza offer lots to look...More
It is safe to come here in the morning or afternoon, but you can´t really see everything, because real life begins in the evening, when you can sit in one of the restaurants and listen to the mariachi. But be careful because it can be...More
This place comes alive around 6 in the afternoon, yo will see a lot of diferent mariachi´s groups singing and playing on reqyuest of the visitors, you can spend the whole night in there singing and dancing. Also around the place there are many restaurants,...More
It was a nightmare and extremely expensive. I won’t recommend this place as it had hidden costs and won’t negotiate to lower the amount. Washroom was not clean and unsafe for local and foreign visitors.
we where told that not many locals go here as its just for the tourists so we thought, why not. we where there around 430 with not much happening then at 5 the bands turned up! they walk around trying to get you to buy...More
PlaZA Garibaldi has long been a place to avoid, particularly after dark, as it is immediately adjacent to the notorious El Tepito slum. Five people were shot to death there, and eight shot but not killed just a few weeks ago, in a gang-related turf...More
Once you step into Coyoacán (“Land of the Coyotes”) you'll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will transport you back to the colonial era thanks to the brick and stone details of the area. Iconic writers such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo seeked refuge and inspiration in this area, and you can see the unique spirit of this neighborhood reflected in its colorful market where nieves, sopes
and all kinds of traditional 'antojitos' are a must try. Restaurants and cafés throughout its peaceful paved streets contain traditional but unique murals and decorations, where one can enjoy a mezcal at noon or the best churros with a cup of coffee.