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Leon, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 34
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,085
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 211
Committable Meeting Rooms* 11
Convention Center Space 45,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 6,559 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 3,188
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 1,541
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 2,391
*Maximum for a single hotel

Leon, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions

Excursion to the Sierra del Venadito

Enjoy a five-hour group excursion to the surrounding mountains of Leon in all-terrain Jeeps. The tour is operated by Ecotourism and Adventures of Mexico, a company that also operates a variety of ecotours, rural tours, team-building tours, equestrian

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Guanajuato City Tour

Just a half-hour drive from Leon is one of Mexico's most enchanting cities, Guanajuato. Guided tours can be organized through Tourism Group Minero, which offers daily four-hour tours to Guanajuato city departing at 10:30 AM from Guanajuato's

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Leon Shopping and History Tour

The 8-hour Leon Shopping and History Tour begins with a visit to the Historic Center of Leon, the Cathedral, the Arms Plaza and the Museum of Sacred Art. At the end of the tour, you can't miss shopping for shoes at the most traditional shops in Leon,

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Leon's Historic Center

Leon's Historic Center is over four centuries old. Strolling through the streets of the Historic Center, one will see the buildings from the colonial era side-by-side with modern architecture along wide avenues that resemble those of the European

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The Diego Rivera House of Culture

Located inside the historic Founders Plaza, the House of Culture offers a variety of workshops, including ballet, modern dance, crafts classes, painting, drawing, theater, and more. This 18th-century Baroque-style building has been the home of

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The Leather Zone

Located in front of the bus terminal at the heart of the city, Leon's Leather Zone is the largest commercial leather and shoe area in the world, with over 4,500 shops spread over 198 acres. Here shoppers will find leather shoes, jackets, belts, bags,

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Leon Zoo Park

With 240 different animal species and more than 2,000 animals, the Leon Zoo Park is a great place to spend the afternoon. In 2006, the Zoo began its Zoo Leon Safari tours, guiding guests to see animals as they roam an open plain, giving people a

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Manuel Doblado Theater

This French-style building was inaugurated in 1880 as a beautiful Neoclassical theater, with horseshoe-shaped balconies and an impressive glass dome over the interior courtyard and central fountain. Named after the former governor of the state of

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Located in an old Hacienda, one of Leon's architectural jewels, and surrounded by scenic gardens, the Argentilia restaurant offers a variety of international and national dishes. The house specialties are the Argentine and Italian food. Prices range

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El Rincon Gaucho Calzada

The spacious Rincon Gaucho Calzada is a traditional Argentine restaurant, serving quality meats, Spanish sausages, provolone cheese, and empanadas, all accompanied by their delicious Chimichuri sauce. Prices range from $200 MX (USD$17) to $400 MX

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Museo Panteon Taurino

For the past 40 years, the Museo Panteon Taurino restaurant has been a favorite of locals and visitors alike. The restaurant's interior resembles that of a bullring, with photos of famous bullfighters all along its walls. Prices range from $100 MX

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Metropolitan Park

This 832-acre Metropolitan Park surrounds the Palote Dam and lake, the city's largest body of water. The scenic park offers an array of recreational activities for groups and families. Groups can rent bikes, eat at the lakeside restaurants or

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