The Nezahualpilli Light Rail Station is the station on the Xochimilco Light Rail most often used to for trips in and out of the Anahuacalli Museum. Although the walk from the Xotepingo is a little more direct, this station is a little closer. Crossing the original settlement of San Pablo Tepetlapa can get confusing. The crooked old streets seem to spider out in every direction. But it’s definitely a neighborhood with charm.
The station is named for the short street of Nezahualpilli. The street is in its turn named for:
The Nezahualpilli Light Rail Station is about 15-minutes walk from the Anahuacalli. Visitors may also want to check out the neighborhood itself. As one of just seven original settlements in Coyoacán, it’s ancient and inviting.