Day 2

Day 2 of a 7-Day Mexico City Travel Itinerary

Day 2 is all about Coyoacán.

For lots of Mexico City visitors, there's no better reason to be in Mexico City than Frida Kahlo.

And it's to her neighborhood that we turn today.

Coyoacán is world-famous for charm. Streets here are meant for strolling. And that means, even getting here on the Metro, visitors spend a few more precious minutes strolling tree-lined streets.

International guests head from the Museum to the Historic Center, and to the Market. Along the way, there's nothing to do but enjoy.

To go further afield, head to the Interventions Museum in the old Churubusco monastery. And remember, there's a shopping mall right above the Coyoacán Metro station. So even if you do get lost, there's lots nearby to keep you fed and oriented.

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Frida Kahlo Museum (Casa Azul)

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National Museum of Popular Cultures

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Casa de Cortés, Old Coyoacán Town Hall

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Plaza Hidalgo, Coyoacán

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Frida Kahlo Park

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Centro Cultural Los Talleres

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Jardín Centenario

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San Juan Bautista Church and Monastery, Coyoacán

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Oasis Coyoacán Shopping Center

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Viveros de Coyoacán

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Metro Coyoacán

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Metro Viveros-Derechos Humanos

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Metro Miguel Ángel de Quevedo

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National Museum of the Interventions – Churubusco Monastery

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La Conchita: Coyoacán’s Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción

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Coyoacán Market

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Centro Coyoacán Shopping Center

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