Coyoacán is Mexico City’s most bohemian neighborhood.

Coyoacán means the “Place of Coyotes” and is a popular area on weekends and the perfect place for a romantic or family stroll. You’ll enjoy cafés, bookstores, bars and restaurants in perfect harmony with cultural spots including the Saint John the Baptist Parish Church, the Casa Municipal (former mayor’s office), the Jardín Centenario and the Casa Azul, home of famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, without forgetting the Leon Trotsky House Museum, where the Soviet leader spent the last years of his life in exile in Mexico. In addition to all this, Coyoacán offers tram rides, the National Museum of Popular Culture, the Mercado de Antojitos Mexicanos snack market and plenty of hidden gems waiting to reveal their stories and legends.