The Coyoacan neighborhood is an area of a vast cultural repertoire, which accommodates all types of artistic, educational and even culinary expressions. It can be said without any remorse that cultural and educational Coyoacan is if not the richest if the largest in Latin America and even Ibero America by extension, quantity, variety and quality.
Besides being a historical site relevance and both cradle and refuge of famous and not so illustrious thinkers, politicians, artists and personalities of the most varied natures and nationalities who walk and have walked corner. From the Chalet you can walk: Three minutes to the Coyoacan Viveros, excellent site for sports, walking, reading or just relaxing.
Four minutes from the Frida Kahlo Museum, theaters habit, Chapel and Film Coyoacan. With regard to restaurants, antojerias, cafes and bars are concerned, the offer is equally high and varied. Management consultation about it, the neighbors are also friendly and happy to orient.
Twelve minutes, approximately at the intersection of the following points: the Market and the historic center of Coyoacan, the Coyoacán and Viveros meters, the Performing Arts Center, AC, Casa del Teatro, AC, Plaza Coyoacán Shopping Center, Leon Trotsky Museum, Teatro Hugo Argüelles and Cineteca Nacional.
In a diameter of fifteen minutes, half an hour from the Plaza de la Conchita and Santa Catarina, the Olympic Pool, the National Arts Center, the National School of Music, the School of Music, theaters; Coyoacán, Ramiro Jiménez and Rodolfo Usigli Forum, the beautiful street Francisco Sosa, the Italian Institute of Culture, the Cultural Center Workshops, the House of Culture in Coyoacan “Jesus Reyes Heroics” Museums; National Watercolor, Octavio Paz, the “Anahuacalli” of Diego Rivera and his house / museum.
We are neighbors of San Angelo and every corner through the Institute and Hellenic Theater, to reach the Nezahualcoyotl, Ollín Yolistli Salas, and certainly the UNAM also part of Coyoacán, in all its glory and its cultural and scientific collections, with Cuicuilco Pyramids.
From half to one hour by car to Mexico City International Airport “Benito Juarez”.
Within the southern route Turibus we are five blocks from the stop located opposite the Museo Frida Kahlo