Tranvía de Coyoacán - Mexicocity
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An opportunity to learn all about the bohemian and colonial borough of Coyoacan while sitting in tram going around this Magic Neighborhood, just like Frida Kahlo did decades ago!
There are two different routes available at this tram ride: The Culture-Historical Tour, running during the morning, and the Legend Tour, which runs when the night starts falling. The company also offers a special promotion called 'Universal Tour', recommended for large groups as it includes the tram ride and the access to two local museums.
These tours go around the most picturesque neighborhoods of this borough in four types of trams, while a guide explains the popular legends and many facts. All the trams can adjust to the costumers' needs.
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