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San Ángel

Tranquil San Ángel used to be a country pueblo that served as a summer retreat for the capital’s rich and famous. México City long ago encircled San Ángel, which remains today a highly desirable and expensive residential neighborhood.

Artists and craftsmen gather every Saturday in Plaza San Jacinto, San Ángel’s main square, for the Jardín del Arte, a fun art market that can yield some real treasures.

Prominent among San Ángel’s captivating attractions are the 16th century San Jacinto Church, Museo del Carmen, Museo Casa del Risco and the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, an outstanding modern art museum.

Follow narrow lanes as they twist and turn heading toward Calle Altavista. You might catch glimpses into the elegant homes of San Ángeleños, hidden behind stone walls. Some of México City’s toniest boutiques line Calle Altevista, also the location of the Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera. You can visit the artist’s studio and see the bed in which he died.

Getting to and away

Location: 10 km (6 mi) south of the city center and 3 km (2 mi) west of Coyoacán, Col. San Ángel

How to Get There:Métro: Line 7, Barranca del Muerto Station. Metrobús Insurgentes: Altavista and La Bombilla Stations

Website:No official website

Parking: Limited street parking, parking garages

Services: Restaurants, bars, shops, museums, church services



Other neighborhoods in Mexico City: Polanco, Condesa, North Of The Center, La Alameda Central, Zona Rosa, Calzada De Tlalpan, Zócalo, South Of The Center and Roma.







29 Jun 2011

Things to do in San Ángel

Museo Casa Del Risco (Centro Cultural Isidro Fabela)

San Ángel’s Museo Casa del Risco, or House of the Cliff, is an 18th century palace, once the family home of Don Isidro Fabela and Dona Josefina de Fabela. Now it is a free museum, located on ...
Museum
San Ángel , Mexico City, Mexico

Museo De Arte Carrillo Gil

The Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil in San Ángel occupies an important place in México City’s modern art world. The museum houses 1,775 works, most of them from the personal collection of Dr. ...
Museum
San Ángel , Mexico City, Mexico

Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera Y Frida Kahlo

Artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo lived and worked from 1934 to 1940 in this San Ángel compound, which preserves Rivera’s studio as if he just left, brushes and paint ready to be used. The ...
Museum
San Ángel , Mexico City, Mexico

Bazar Sábado/ Plaza San Jacinto

A popular weekend tradition for chilangos, as citizens of México City are called, is to visit San Ángel’s Plaza San Jacinto for lunch at a sidewalk café then stroll through the Bazar Sábado, or ...
Market
San Ángel , Mexico City, Mexico

Museo Del Carmen

The Ex Convento Carmelita de San Ángel, now the Museo del Carmen, is an 18thcentury church and monastery, built by Fray Andrés de San Miguel. The museum houses an important collection of New Spain ...
Museum
San Ángel , Mexico City, Mexico
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