Budget hotels in Coahuila, Mexico are located near many of the region’s top attractions. The capital of the northern Mexican state is Saltillo, founded in the 16th century and still home to many examples of colonial architecture. The Saltillo Cathedral, began in 1745, is considered one of northern Mexico’s most glorious cathedrals and best examples of Spanish Baroque architecture. Underground tunnels run from the cathedral to the city limits. The city markets in Saltillo are famous for their Saltillo tile and locally made serapes. The Zaragoza Market is a typical market where local artisans sell their wares – crystal, ceramics, leather, and more.
Outside the capital cheap hotels in Coahuila, Mexico can be found near villages and towns. Cuatro Cienegas is the location of former Jesuit missions that date back to the 1500’s. In the 1700’s the town of Cuatro Cienegras was founded on the spot and has become a hub for eco-tourism. Sportsmen and hunters often head to ‘Mexico’s Door’, Piedras Negras. This village is located across the Rio Grande/US border and is well known for hunting and sports fishing.