Bazaar Saturday - Convent of Carmen - San Angel

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  • 6 hr

Visit to the wonderful neighborhood of Coyoacan located in the south part of Mexico City and its XVI century mansions full of History and Legends, we will continue to Del Carmen Museum built between 1613 and 1628 by the religious order of Carmelitas Descalzas, this is a Historical Museum that holds more than 80 pieces from of Religious Art, plus 12 mummified dead bodies and a great garden that used to be the orchard of the friars. Time for shopping in the Saturday bazaar that is one of the most colorful and visited of Mexico City, is considered an excellent craft center that offers to visitors a wide variety of paintings and handcrafts made of silver, iron, ceramic, glass, wood, and textile. Later we will visit Chimalistac (Its name comes from an ancient pre-Hispanic town known as Temalistac which means “where sacrifice stone is carved”); an old neighborhood where bridges made of Stone and small chapels are preserved with a Colonial environment.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Coyoacan

Visit to the wonderful neighborhood of Coyoacan located in the south part of Mexico City and its XVI century mansions full of History and Legends, we will continue to Del Carmen Museum built between 1613 and 1628 by the religious order of Carmelitas Descalzas, with 488 years from its establishment, this is a Historical Museum that holds more than 80 pieces from of Religious Art, plus 12 mummified dead bodies and a great garden that used to be the orchard of the friars.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: El Bazar Sabado

Time for shopping in the Saturday bazaar that is one of the most colorful and visited of Mexico City, this Bazaar was first opened in 1960 and now is considered an excellent craft center that offers to visitors a wide variety of paintings and handcrafts made of silver, iron, ceramic, glass, wood, and textile.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: San Angel

Later we will visit Chimalistac (Its name comes from an ancient pre-Hispanic town known as Temalistac which means “where sacrifice stone is carved”); an old neighborhood where bridges made of Stone and small chapels are preserved with a Colonial environment.

Duration: 1 hour
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