- All you can eat
The all you can eat tour, unlimited tacos, soft drinks & food are included + Mezcal tasting of wild agaves. As you walk among the iconic highlights of the city
Life and work of Frida Kahlo, street art and graffiti, and tasting local ingredients from the colorfull markets are waiting for you in this bohemian neighborhood that is one of the preferred places by locals.
Discover the colorful and cultural heart of Mexico City on a tour of the charming neighborhood of Coyoacán. This historic and vibrant area is home to some of the city’s most important landmarks and cultural treasures.
Explore the Casa Azul, the Frida Kahlo Museum, is a must-visit destination for art lovers and history buffs alike. This bright blue house in the heart of the Coyoacán neighborhood of Mexico City is the former home of Frida Kahlo, one of Mexico’s most famous artists.
Walking through the rooms of the Casa Azul is like taking a step back in time to the early 20th century. The house is filled with personal belongings of Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera, as well as works of art by both artists and their contemporaries. You can see Kahlo’s studio, with her easel and paintbrushes still in place, and even her wheelchair, which she used after a serious accident left her with lifelong injuries.
But the Casa Azul is not just a museum of Kahlo’s life and work. The house itself is a work of art, with bright blue walls and red tile roofs. The interior is decorated with colorful tiles and textiles, and the gardens are filled with indigenous Mexican plants and sculptures. The Casa Azul has become a symbol of Mexican art and culture, and visiting it is a chance to experience the unique blend of influences that shaped Kahlo’s life and work.
Experience the vibrant art scene of Coyoacán, which has been a creative hub for generations of artists. Indulge your senses in the colorful markets and traditional restaurants of Coyoacán. Taste authentic Mexican cuisine and shop for handicrafts and souvenirs in the lively marketplaces. Enjoy a stroll through the charming streets and squares, where you’ll find musicians, street performers, and local artisans showcasing their talents.
Join us on a tour of Coyoacán and experience the rich history, culture, and art of Mexico City’s most charming neighborhood. With its colorful architecture, lively atmosphere, and fascinating landmarks, Coyoacán is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Mexico City.
Getting tickets for the museum can be a complicated task, don’t worry, we will provide them for you.
The Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as the Casa Azul, is a vibrant blue house in Mexico City that was once the home of the renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The museum is dedicated to showcasing Kahlo’s life and work, and features a collection of personal belongings, artworks, and memorabilia.
Visitors can enjoy a 2 hours guided stroll through colonial-style streets, visit historic sites such as the Frida Kahlo Museum, the Coyoacán Market, the Centenario Garden, the oldest catholic church in mexico “La Conchita”, and the legend of the avocado´s alley, among other things.
We will include 3 stops within our tour to taste Mexican dishes and ingredients.
We will taste local fruits and vegetables, along with one of the main pre-Hispanic ingredients, chapulines (grasshoppers).
Afterwards we will stop at the “El Moro” churreria, one of the oldest and most traditional, to try their delicious churros with sugar and cinnamon.
At the end of the tour we will go to a secret sample in one of the most hidden places in Coyoacan.
Coyoacan, is one of the most artistic places in the city, during this tour we will stop to contemplate the beautiful murals that dress the houses of coyoacan, prepare your cell phone or camera to take the best pictures of your trip.
Frequently asked questions and answers:
Coyoacán is located in the southern part of Mexico City, about 30 minutes by car from the city center.
The Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as the Casa Azul, is a museum dedicated to the life and work of Frida Kahlo, one of Mexico’s most famous artists. Visitors can see personal belongings, artworks, and memorabilia related to Kahlo, as well as learn about her life and artistic vision.
You should plan to spend at least 1-2 hours at the Frida Kahlo Museum, as there is a lot to see and learn about Kahlo and her art.
Yes, tickets are required to enter the Frida Kahlo Museum.
Coyoacán is a charming neighborhood with plenty to see and do. You can visit the nearby Mercado de Coyoacán for local goods and street food, stroll through the Jardín Centenario park, and explore the colonial-style streets and buildings. You can also try local cuisine at food spots like Churrería El Moro.
You can take public transportation, such as the metro or bus, to Coyoacán. The nearest metro station to the Frida Kahlo Museum is Coyoacán, and from there it’s a short walk to the museum. You can also take a taxi or ride-sharing service for convenience.
Yes, guided tours are available at the Frida Kahlo Museum in several languages. You can purchase a guided tour at the museum entrance.
it is necessary to purchase a photo permit, which costs $30.00 MX
No and you are not obliged to leave them, but if your guide did a good job he will be happy to receive some.