Torreón, also known as the “City of Great Efforts,” was declared a city on September 15, 1907. By walking in its old irrigation canal that brings water from the Nazas River to the lands of the Hacienda “La Perla”, you will see on its walls the photographs that tell you the history of the city.
The outstanding metallurgical, agricultural, electrical, livestock and automotive industry have positioned Torreón as host for conferences and industrial conventions of great importance. Meet part of the infrastructure and facilities that have been created to respond to this demand, such as the University Cultural Center and the Centennial Coliseum.
Take a break in the Plaza de Armas under the shade of its lush trees, feel the breeze of its fountains and admire the kiosk, the distinctive Torre del Reloj and the sculptures that inhabit the square.
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Antigua carretera a San Pedro 188 Ejido Ampliación Allende , Torreón, Coahuila.(800) 849-8001 25.56413, -103.399079 Torreón, Aeropuerto Internacional Francisco Sarabia