Viveros de Coyoacán
A pleasant approach to Coyoacán’s central plazas is via the Viveros de Coyoacán, the principal nurseries for Mexico City’s parks and...
Museo Frida Kahlo
Renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was born in, and lived and died in, the ‘Blue House,’ now a museum. Almost every visitor to Mexico...
Centro Cultural Jesús Reyes Heroles
The Centro Cultural Jesús Reyes Heroles is a colonial estate hosting book presentations, dance classes and so on. Take a wander round...
Café El Jarocho
This immensely popular joint churns out cappuccinos for long lines of java hounds. As there’s no seating inside, people have their...
El Mesón de los Leones
This longtime family-run restaurant satisfies diners with its unwaveringly authentic menu and genial atmosphere. Dig into specialties...
Lonely Planet review
Named after the mythical ‘goat sucker’ (something like Bigfoot), this famous street stall slings beef and sausage tacos (with ‘a secret ingredient of 127 spices’). Avail yourself of the fried onions, nopales (cactus paddles) and other tasty toppings.