Stanza Hotel it’s near to a lot of interesting places. Here we list a few of them.
The World Trade Center Mexico City is a skyscraper located in Colonia Nápoles, Mexico City, capital of Mexico, which includes a convention center, cultural center
Distance: 20 minutes 3 km
Distance: 5 kilometers 25 minutes
Distance: 700 mts 7 minutes
CENTRO CULTURAL TELMEX
Set of theaters
Distance: 500 meters, 5 minutes
Rates: By event
Description: Pushkin Garden Park with outdoor activities next to the hotel
Distance: One minute
Shopping Center and theatres
Distance: 500 mts 5 minutes
PABELLÓN CUAUHTÉMOC 06700 CIUDAD DE MÉXICO,
Distance: 1km, 10 minutes
CASTILLO Y BOSQUE DE CHAPULTEPEC
Description: With an area of 647 hectares, the Bosque de Chapultepec is one of the largest oasis in Mexico City and one of the most enchanting sites to visit. The entrance to the forest shows us the Monument to the Heroe
Breathe in the Fresh Air of the Chapultepec Forest Miguel Hidalgo.
Take a short walk to reach Chapultepec Castle, which was the imperial palace of Maximilian of Habsburg and the presidential residence during the 19th century. Today it houses the National History Museum and is the home to the Siqueiros, Orozco, O´Gorman and Gonzalez Camarena’s murals. Enjoy the sumptuousness of the rooms of President Porfirio Díaz and his wife. Don’t forget to look out from the balconies of the Castle to admire the panoramic view of the Mexican capital.
If you wish to visit Chapultepec, get up early, put on comfortable clothes and a good hat for the sun. Jump into the adventure and give yourself the opportunity to observe everyday Mexico.
Distance: 2.8 kms. 15 min. approximately
Description: San Pablo Tepetlapa, 04620 Coyoacán, CDMX
Anahuacalli, casa en tierra entre dos mares, estudio, museo y templo para el arte que Diego Rivera concibió como una pieza arquitectónica que une el pasado, el presente y el futuro con el entorno natural.
Distance: 210.8 kms. 60 minutos aproximadamente.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOODS OF MEXICO CITY
Description: Visit Coyoacan in the morning to enjoy an authentic coffee and feel the tranquility and the magic of its environment. Visit in the afternoon and enjoy its artistic and vibrant colors; or enjoy the sounds, the music and its secluded corners, along with the charming streets, alleys and iconic sites surrounded by New Spanish baroque houses, cultural centers, restaurants, bookstores and galleries.
VISIT THE JEWELS OF THE NEIGHBORHOODCross the San Antonio Panzacola Bridge, one of the few viceregal bridges that has been preserved, and enter the San Juan Bautista church and convent, one of the oldest temples of the Valley of Mexico, as was well as the Conchita chapel, which is considered a jewel of baroque art.
WALK THE PLAZA AND ENJOY THE COYOTE SCULPTURES
Admire and photograph the entryway to the Plaza de Coyoacan with its double arch, built in the mid-16th century, as well as the coyote sculptures in the square, surrounded by artisans who weave textiles or make bracelets and earrings.
BE SURPRISED BY THE MUSEUMS
Coyoacan has housed numerous Mexican intellectuals and refugees from other countries of the world such as Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Leon Trotsky, whose houses have become museums that illustrate part of their legacy and way of life.
The Watercolor Museum is, without a doubt, a must-see visit. It offers a permanent exhibition on the history of watercolor in the country.
Distance: 7.2 kms. 30 – 45 minutes approximately.
MUSEO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGÍA
Description: Slightly more than a half century since its creation, the Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Anthropology; MNA) is today renowned as one of the most emblematic museums preserving Mexico’s indigenous legacy. It is a symbol of identity and a mentor for generations who seek their cultural roots. Also, its construction continues to impress those who visit it from all over the world.
Sundays free admission to Mexican citizens and foreign residents (valid FM document).
Admission free to Mexican citizens over the age of 60 (INAPAM ID), under the age of 13, people with a disability, professors and students (with valid ID).
Taking photos for personal, non-commercial use is permitted. Using a flash, tripod, or lights is NOT permitted.
To use a video camera, you must get a permit and pay a fee of MX$45.00 pesos.
For professional photography or movie projects, special permission is required. For more information: trámites@inah.gob.mx or call (+52) (55) 4040 5665
Distance: 3.3 kms. 18 min. approximately
Princes: Permanent exhibition MX$70.00 pesos
CATEDRAL METROPOLITANA DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO
Churches – Cathedrals
Description: This over 400-year-old cathedral is a spectacular symbol of colonial architecture and Roman Catholic Apostolic history in the Americas
Plaza de la Constitución S/N, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México
Distance: 4,4 km. 15 min approximately
PALACIO DE BELLAS ARTES
2.3 km. 10 min approximately
Distance: 2.3 km. 10 min approximately
MUSEO FRIDA KALHO
Description: The Frida Kahlo Museum is located on 247 London Street, in one of the oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods of Mexico City, the center of Coyoacán.
Distance: 7.2 kms. 45 minutes
Description: End your day wandering the Paseo de la Reforma. Admire the famous Angel of Independence, which is a symbol of the city, Diana the Huntress and El Caballito, the Equestrian Statue of Charles IV of Spain. Along the way, enjoy historic and contemporary buildings that line the avenue and house luxurious hotels, restaurants and shopping centers.
Distance: 1 km. 10 minutes approximately.
The Templo Mayor Museum was inaugurated in 1987. This building was designed to exhibit the archaeological findings of the zone that used to be the Main Temple of Mexica peoples.
The collection shows the political, military and aesthetic relevance of the city that dominated Mesoamerica before the Spaniards arrived. The Coyolxauhqui monolith discovery on 1978, enabled the archaeologists to find the exact place where the pyramid stood, since the Huitzilopochtli myth tells that he threw his sister down from Coatepec mounThe $70 MXP fee includes the admission to the museum and the archaeological site. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a videocamera. Temporary exhibitions, auditorium, library, guided tours, museum miniguide, educational workshops, summer courses, bookstore, parking lot, wheelchair facilities, checkroom. Student advis
Distance: 3 kms. 12 min. approximately
Princes: PVisiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 17:00.
Description: Xochimilco is one of the most ancient towns in Mexico and its indigenous people preserve many of their old cultural traditions and native heritage, all in the middle of urban Mexico City.
WALK THROUGH THE CHARMING NARROW STREETS
Enjoy its warm, colorful people while you stroll through the town, with its beautiful buildings and a plethora of flower gardens. If you’re looking to grab some souvenirs, visit the two main markets. One is known for its variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as some handmade goods. In the food market, make sure to stop by the stalls that cook local delicacies and try a wide variety of tamales, traditional champurrado, quesadillas of flor de calabaza, chicharron, mushrooms, huitlacoche, pambazos, pozole, tlacoyos, sopes and the tacos, so traditional of Xochimilco.SET SAIL ON A TRAJINERA DECORATED WITH FLOWERS AND HARMONY
Get ready to enjoy a relaxing sail on the ancient canals. Their waters are filled with colorful, flat boats called trajineras. As you sail, enjoy traditional Mexican food and local music, such as mariachi, marimba, salterio an Northern bands.
After your relaxing canal journey, ride a horse through the Nativitas Woods and visit the Madre Selva market; it will surprise you with its wide variety of fruit trees, plants and flowers available for purchase, and even some carnivorous ones!
EXPERIENCE XOCHIMILCO’S ARTS & CULTURE
Some of the best cultural forums to visit include the Museo Arqueologico de Xochimilco and Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño, where you can find a collection of paintings by Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.
Distance: 25 kms. 48 min. approximately
MUSEO CASA ESTUDIO DIEGO RIVERA Y FRIDA KALHO
Description: Calle Diego Rivera s/n, San Ángel Inn, 01060 Álvaro Obregón, CDMX
BASÍLICA DE NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUADALUPE
Description: Mexico’s patron saint, the Virgin of Guadalupe, is believed to have appeared on the site of this church, making it an important pilgrimage site for many Catholics.
Open from Monday through Sunday, from 5:50 to 21:00 hrs.
Fray Juan de Zumárraga núm. 2
Colonia Villa Gustavo A. Madero
Delegación Gustavo A. Madero
Ciudad de México, México
Distance: 17,9 km. 48 min approximately
Contact: Teléfono: (55) 5118-0500