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Monterrey, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 43
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,609
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 403
Committable Meeting Rooms* 14
Convention Center Space 18,380 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 3,439 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 59,169 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 2,117
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 1,181
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 2,004
*Maximum for a single hotel

Monterrey, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions


Also known as the Gran Plaza, this central square is a reflection of Monterrey's inclination to think big, and is reminiscent of Moscow's Red Square, or Mexico City's Zocalo. Covering nearly 100 acres, the Macroplaza is surrounded by some of the

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Monterrey Cathedral

Built over a 150-year span beginning in 1663, the Monterrey Cathedral boasts a three-tiered bell tower and contains sculptures and murals crafted by renowned Mexican artists. In 1990 the Cathedral hosted Pope John Paul II during his visit to

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Museum of Contemporary Art

Monterrey's Museum of Contemporary Art accomplishes the task of housing Latin American contemporary artists like Paula Santiago, Alberto Vargas and Frida Kahlo, while at the same time being a work of art itself. The architect, Ricardo Legorreta, is

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Santa Lucia Riverwalk

Opened to the public in September 2010, and seemingly inspired by the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas, the Santa Lucia Riverwalk is a popular spot for visitors in Monterrey. This 1.5-mile walkway along the riverbank connecting Fundidora Park to the

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Barrio Antiguo

Located east of the Macroplaza, the Barrio Antiguo, or Old Neighborhood, is one of the few places in Monterrey to exhibit traditional Mexican architecture. In recent years, the Barrio Antiguo has become the city's nightlife district, with some

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Cerveceria Cuauhtemoc

Mexico's oldest and largest brewery, inaugurated in 1890 by two brothers, brews market-leading brands such as Tecate, Carta Blanca, Dos Equis, Sol and Bohemia. The facility provides tours of the plant, as well as complimentary beer, served in its

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Planetario Alfa

Planetario Alfa attracts visitors not only because of its sophisticated touch-and-do science exhibits, but also because of its awe-inspiring architecture: the building, shaped like a large cylinder, juts out of the ground at a seemingly

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Monterrey offers many options for the visitor who shops. From antiques to luxury goods, shoppers will find exciting items to suit any taste. The city's most prominent shopping centers are Galeria Monterrey, located at Insurgentes and Gonzalitos,

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Trolley Tours

An old-fashioned trolley bus takes passengers along the downtown area, passing by the main square, the history museum, the shopping districts of plaza Morelos, the Cathedral and Marco.

The service runs Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

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El Gran San Carlos

Known especially for its excellence in preparing the local dish of cabrito (baby goat), El Gran San Carlos is recommended by locals for its tasty eats and attentive wait staff. Prices range from $225 MX (USD$20) to $300 MX (USD$25). The restaurant

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El Granero

El Granero serves international dishes, such as Sushi, however, its indigenous dishes, such as tacos with huitlacoche (mushrooms grown on corn) are definitely worth a taste. Prices range from $300 MX (USD$25) to $1,200 MX (USD$100). The

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La Catarina

With a tasty selection of dishes from different regions in Mexico, La Catarina offers some exotic, pre-Columbian choices as starters, such as grasshoppers (chapulines) or ant eggs (escamoles), as well as some more "classical" Mexican entrees and

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Muelle 17

Affordable, friendly and tucked away from bustling tourist areas, Muelle 17 offers delicious seafood, Mexican dishes, a large selection of salsas, and original desserts, such as corn on the cob ice cream. Prices range from $180 MX (USD$15) to $225 MX

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Bosque Magico (Magic Forest)

Bosque Magico is an exciting theme park featuring 34 different rides and games, ranging from roller coasters to bumper cars, and everything in between. This amusement park features fun activities and shows for the entire family, as well as dining

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Plaza Sesamo

This Sesame Street Theme Park provides fun and entertainment for the whole family, with 17 giant water slides, a space shot that launches passengers at 45 miles per hour and many other games and rides. Located in Fundidora Park, Plaza Sesamo is close

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Bird Watching

Thanks to its climate and diverse topography, about 400 bird species can be found in Nuevo Leon, making it one of Mexico's bird watching paradises. Among the most treasured species of the region are the Maroon-Fronted Parrot (Cotorra Serrana), which

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Cola de Caballo Waterfall

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Located near the town of Santiago, one of Mexico's 37 Magic Villages, or Pueblos Magicos, and only 22 miles from Monterrey, the hike up to the 25-meter Cola de Caballo Waterfall offers an accessible and stunning setting in which to relax, picnic and

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Hacienda el Mirador Golf Club

Although most of Monterrey's golf courses are private and require an invitation to play, the Hacienda el Mirador Golf Club offers its guests a 9-hole golf course at relatively affordable prices. This par-70 course is located on the outskirts of

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