My time in Mexico City was limited. As I wrote here before, I soon realised I wasn’t be able to see as much as I’d like. Aside from being rich in museums and such a an artistic culture, the capital of Mexico is also an intricate combination of different neighbours with something unique and exclusive.
Coyoacán, the place where you’ll find Casa Azul, is a beautiful, vibrant neighborhood with a mexican bohemian vibe I didn’t even know existed. I didn’t have the chance to spend as much time as I would have liked here – only passed by to have some lunch after visiting Frida Kahlo’s home.
From all the places I visited in Mexico City, if I had to choose one to live in, it would probably be this one.