Bazar Artesanal de Coyoacán
Plaza Hidalgo & Jardín Centenario
The focus of Coyoacán life, and the scene of most of the weekend fun, is its central plaza – actually two adjacent plazas: the Jardín...
Casa de Cortés
The Casa de Cortés , on the north side of Plaza Hidalgo, is where conquistador Cortés established Mexico’s first municipal seat during...
Parroquia de San Juan Bautista
This single-nave church and its adjacent former monastery dominate the east side of Plaza Hidalgo. First erected in 1592 by the...
El Hijo del Cuervo
A Coyoacán institution, this stone-walled hall on the Jardín Centenario is a thinking person’s drinking person’s habitat. Assorted...
Corazón de Maguey
Adorned with old glass jugs used for transporting mezcal, this attractive restaurant does Oaxacan fare like gut-busting tlayudas (large...
Lonely Planet review
Has handmade hippie jewelry and indigenous crafts, jugglers, fortune-tellers and incense.