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TOP SIGHTS IN MONTERREY

Barrio Antiguo (Old Quarter)

It is located in front of Macroplaza and next to the Cathedral, right in the heart of the city, creating a contrast with the modernity that prevails in Monterrey.

This area is composed of houses dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries that have been renovated for a variety of uses.

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Catedral de Monterrey (Cathedral)

The temple is located on the site designated by the founder of the city of Monterrey, Don Diego de Montemayor, in 1596. However, true construction did not begin until 1770, and it was completed in 1899.

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Zuazua 1100 Sur, Col. Centro, Monterrey, N. L.

Faro de Comercio (Lighthouse of Commerce)

It is one of the distinctive elements of Macroplaza and was designed by Luis Barragán and executed in 1983 by Raúl Ferrara, both notable Mexican architects. This monument was donated by the National Chamber of Commerce of Monterrey on its 100th anniversary.

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Avenida Constitución a 5 Zona Centro, Monterrey N.L.

Macroplaza

It covers an area of 40 hectares, which makes it twice the size of Moscow's Red Square, five times the size of the Vatican Square, and six times the size of Mexico City's Zócalo.

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Avenida Constitución a 5 Zona Centro, Monterrey N.L.

Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace)

Its construction took place from 1865 to 1908 and was the work of engineer Francisco Beltrán.

Built in pink quarry with a neoclassical style, it consists of two floors.

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5 de Mayo S/N, Centro, Monterrey N.L.

Parque Fundidora (Park)

It is one of the most attractive and largest urban parks in the country. It has something for everyone, offering entertainment, culture, sports, and educational activities.

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Location

Avenida Constitución a 5 Zona Centro, Monterrey N.L.

Paseo de Santa Lucía

It is a 2.3 km-long artificial river that runs from Macroplaza to Parque Fundidora. Visitors can explore it on foot or by one of the boats and enjoy various gardens, murals, walkways, terraces, and 24 fountains that beautify the landscape.

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Dr. Coss, 445 Sur Zona Centro, Monterrey, N.L.

3 Must See Attractions in Monterrey

Museo Regional de Nuevo León, El Obispado (Regional Museum)

Cerro de la Silla

La Huasteca Ecological Park

INDUSTRIAL CITY WITH VIBRANT ENERGY AND FULL OF CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS

 

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