Join a guided tour to explore Coyoacan, the Frida Kahlo Museum (only if you select this option), the beautiful Xochimilco, and the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico).
Coyoacan is one of the most well-preserved colonial areas of Mexico City. Explore it and enjoy its sounds, its music, the exclusivity of its corners, the charm of its streets, alleys, and emblematic places, surrounded by colonial houses, cultural centers, restaurants, bookstores, galleries, and craft houses.
Then, you will visit Xochimilco, declared Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. This neighborhood is like a town in southern Mexico City and gives way to its famous canals, the last remnants of an enormous transport system that the Aztecs built. You can take a promenade of 40 minutes in colorful boats similar to the gondolas called trajineras while pass browsing food vendors, artisans, and mariachis.
Next, you will make a quick stop at The National Autonomous University of Mexico, the most important university in Latin America, considering its extensive academic and research work. The campus is awe-inspiring and highlights its architecture and its integration into the environment. You will have a panoramic visit of one of the largest stone natural murals and the great work of Diego Rivera at the Olimpic Stadium.
You can complete the tour with a visit to the Frida Kahlo Museum (also called the Blue House), and admire the fantastic work of this famous Mexican painter.
PLEASE NOTE: If you choose the option that includes the Frida Kahlo Museum ticket, you'll have about one hour to visit it on your own, and at the end of the visit a van will take you back to your hotel. If you choose the option without the museum ticket, you will take the tour to Coyoacan and Xochimilco and then a van will take you back to your hotel.