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Ciudad Juarez

Ciudad Juarez also known as Paso del Norte is located in the northern state of Chihuahua which is the largest state of Mexico and shares border with Texas and New Mexico.

Ciudad Juarez is one of the fastest growing cities in Mexico. The city has four international ports of entry connecting Ciudad Juarez and El Paso, including the Bridge of the Americas, Ysleta International Bridge, Paso del Norte Bridge, and Stanton Street Bridge. The city has a growing industrial center which is made up in large part by more than 300 assembly plants located in and around the city.

The most important venue in the city is the Cibeles Convention Center which has 110,000 square feet of event space and can accommodate up to 5,000 persons. Ciudad Juarez also has a number of hotels appropiate for meetings such as the Camino Real and Holiday Inn Lincoln.

The city is served by Abraham Gonzalez International Airport, with flights to several Mexican cities. Nearby El Paso Airport handles flights to cities within the United States.


Air Flight Connection

Flights / Month    
380 380 0
Passengers/ Month    
56,000 56,000 0


Connection Cities

  • Mexico City
  • Guadalajara
  • Leon
  • Puerto Vallarta
  • Chihuahua
  • Hermosillo
  • Tijuana
  • Monterrey
  • Tijuana



  • Aeromexico
  • Viva Aerobus
  • Interjet


Hotel Capability

3,000 (rooms / night)


Convention Capability

44,758 sqft



Venue (sqft) Rooms Website
Cibeles Convention Center 44,758 5 Session Areas www.cibeles.com.mx
Centro Cultural Paso del Norte   5 Exhibition Areas
4 Session Areas



CVB Contact

Name E-mail Telephone
Francisco Moreno Villafuerte
CVB Director
direccion@visitajuarez.com (656) 6113174
Cristina Cunningham
Sales Executive
ventas@visitajuarez.com (656) 6134939




Things to do

Vertigo and Fantastic Views in Copper Canyon

Discover Chihuahua—one of Mexico's very best kept secrets, far from the tourist track. Beneath the deep purple of the Sierra Madre Occidental, you'll find towns unchanged for centuries, traces of the Mexican Revolution, and a grand tradition of welcoming visitors. After a breathtaking train ride through intense desert landscapes and ghostly indigenous villages, you reach Barrancas del Cobre—a series of canyons deeper and grander than even Arizona's. Hike, bike or horseback 4921 feet, nearly straight down, to camp at Lake Areko after a dip beneath Cusarare Falls. Hardcores do a 66-mile double marathon up and down La Sinforosa, the canyon's “queen of the cliffs”.

Canyoning in Mexico

Mexico's canyons are filled with adventure—whether it's a climb, a quick rappel to the floor, the rush of a raft trip or a peaceful descent or horseback. Get to know Mexico at its most profound. Top Mexico canyon exploration: the sheer, dramatic drops at Boquillas and Huasteca Canyons in Nuevo Leon; the primeval height and incredible plant life at Chiapas's Sumidero; or the mother of them all: Chihuahua's Copper Canyon, the desert dazzler that's grander than even you-know-what in Arizona. And don't forget Baja Norte's Cañon de Guadalupe, whose high granite walls shelter hot springs, waterfalls and natural cold-water pools.