Monterrey stands out for its mild winters, its blooms, its pleasant springs and its hot summers. At any time of the year, it is a special destination that elevates the soul and satisfies the senses.
From the Macroplaza, the unquestionable epicenter of the city, Monterrey provides beautiful tourist attractions, such as colonial buildings, incredible local cuisine and the backdrop of the Sierra Madre mountains.
El Obispado, one of the oldest buildings in the city, the Museum of Mexican History, the Santa Lucia promenade and the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park, which includes the Cola de Caballo waterfall, are some of the admirable charms of this Mexican town.
In Monterrey you eat very well. One of the star dishes of the regiomontana gastronomy is the spectacular cabrito, which is prepared on the grill. El Rey Cabrito is the best place to try it. In addition, in La Félix-Cantina de Ciudad you can enjoy empanadas, fresh ceviche and exquisite carnitas.
Monterrey offers picturesque and fun places to have fun at night. The rooftop pool and bar at the Habita MTY Hotel is a popular entertainment center, with infinity pools and marguerite infused with mezcal.
Whether traveling for pleasure or business, this northern city will always welcome you with open arms. Book a car and let Alamo Mexico accompany you. We have the best plans, promotions and discounts so you can enjoy your stay to the fullest.
- Visit the Paseo Santa Lucía. Along this artificial channel, a pedestrian walker runs where you can enjoy murals by artists from Monterrey, illuminated fountains, museums, restaurants and bridges. It is also possible to travel on foot its two and a half kilometers of extension or do it on top of a small boat.
- What since 1900 was a lucrative steel company, during the decade of the 70's begins to decline due to trade union and financial problems, to finally close its doors in 1986. Today, the Fundidora Park, exalted as a Site Museum of Industrial Archeology , its blast furnaces, buildings, chimneys and 127 more pieces are part of the history of Monterrey.
- The Bishopric or Regional History Museum is located in the oldest building in Monterrey. A walk through the cultural history and identity formation of the region from its first settlers to the development of the industry that turned the city and its surroundings into what it is today.
- The Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey has an impressive collection of great artists such as Siqueiros, Leonora Carrington, Brian Nissen, Rodrigo Pimentel, among others. Don't forget to take a picture in front of the famous bronze sculpture, La Paloma by Juan Soriano.
- One of the pioneers in the interactive concept within the country, the Planetario Alfa has as its main objective to encourage all those who visit it to be interested in learning through its multiple exhibitions. The place has an aviary, pre-Hispanic garden, observatory, room of Ancient Mexicans and more.
But that’s not all:
- Visit the grutas de García, submerged under the sea for millions of years, hence you can observe marine fossil remains on its walls. In 1843, Father Juan Antonio Sobrevilla discovers them, now, ready for you to explore.
- Be amazed by the Cola de Caballo Waterfall, the most impressive in Nuevo León immersed in a wonderful park, the place has viewpoints to enjoy the landscapes and areas that are ideal for a picnic.
- Visit the Chipitín canyon, to enjoy it to the fullest if you like extreme adventures. In addition to the exuberant beauty of the place, it has multiple rappels that will please all levels.
- Walk through the Parque Nacional Cumbres de Monterrey, a protected natural area of ??almost 200 thousand hectares. This wonderful place is made up of a series of geological formations, with monumental rock walls, ravines, valleys and rivers.
- Have fun at Sesame Street Park, where you will find your favorite characters from this children's television series. Among the many attractions you can enjoy a family day, ideal for children of all ages.