Food and Wine, Local Experience, Museums / Culture, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: Yes. Activities for children upon request
Ask if you have mobility difficulties transportation can be provided upon request. You must be able to get in and out of the car.
Maximum travelers: 6
English (fluent), French (fluent), German (fluent), Spanish (fluent)
Wander around Frida's nieghborhood
Walk on some of the very few remaining cobblestone streets existing in Mexico city that make you feel you are not in this huge city and imagine how this neighborhood looked like when Frida was alive.
Visit some XVIIIth century houses with magnificent quite garderns and try some home made ice cream or try a cup of specialty Mexican coffee.
Visit of Frida's house where she was born , lived and died
Wander in the bohemian neighborhood of Coyoacan
Try some famous home made ice cream
And have lunch in a traditional restaurant with long culinary tradition or seat in an infomal place to try some tasty Mexican snacks.
Bikes and visit to Trotsky's museum optional.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Central neighborhoods like Roma, Condesa, Downtown and Polanco. Ask for other locations.
Consider On Wednesdays this tour may start at 10 due to opening hours of Frida's house and on Mondays is closed.
End location: Central neighborhoods like Roma, Condesa, Downtown and Polanco
Sometimes traffic or weather can increase the duration of this tour.
Duration: 6 hours
Subway , bus and walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 400 - Entrance fee for Frida' s house, food, snacks or souvenirs
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Antonio was great. He was charming and easy going. He did a great job of guiding us through the museum's, giving us perspective as well as being our personal shopper at the market. He discovered we liked trying different dishes so he made sure we tasted a variety of dishes at the market, from a bakery, tamales, tostadas and aqua Fresca as well great hot chocolate, and super hip coffee. We have had many guides over the years and Antonio was one the better guides. I would definitely recommend him.