Coyoacan CoyotesFree: All time 

A former village south of central Mexico City, this charming neighborhood of cobblestone streets, brightly painted colonial houses and tree-shaded plazas was home to Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Leon Trotsky, Octavio Paz and hundreds of other artists over the decades. The word Coyoacan is derived from the náhuatl meaning “place of the coyotes”. Coyoacan offers hours of walking and drifting in and out of art galleries and craft stores. The tourist board offers free walking tours around the area for groups of five or more, covering old Coyoacan, the historical centre and legendary Coyoacan.

Address:  Jardín Hidalgo, Villa Coyoacán, 04000, Mexico City
Opening hours: 24 hours
Direction:  Subway Line 3 Viveros Station, Subway Line 2 General Anaya Station.
Phone:  5484 4500