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- Museo Soumaya
- Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
- U.S. Embassy
- Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)
- Estadio Azteca
- The Angel of Independence Monument
- Six Flags Mexico
- Foro Sol Autodrome
- Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
- National Medical Center (Siglo XXI)
- Reforma 222
- Sports Palace Dome
- Antara Polanco
- Arena Ciudad de Mexico
- Auditorio Nacional
- Alameda Central
- Torre Latinoamericana
- Plaza Satelite Shopping Center
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
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Whether underground or overground, transport hubs such as Coyoacan Station offer a convenient and inexpensive way to get around Mexico City. Find accommodation near Coyoacan Station and get easy access to many attractions and neighbourhoods in Mexico City, Mexico.
The best way to find the closest hotels is to use our map based search; we show all available hotels for the area as well as the station.
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Our most popular hotel in Mexico City is currently La Valise Hotel. It’s already been booked 5 times in the last hour and is well worth checking out.
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