Located in central Mexico, San Luis Potosi is roughly equidistant from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey. Founded in 1592, the city is known for its stunning, baroque architecture. San Luis Potosi is Mexico’s 10th largest city in size, with a population of 1,000,000 inhabitants.
San Luis Potosi has two convention centers, and an arena that can hold up to 10,000 persons. The largest convention center is, the San Luis Potosi Convention Center, was inaugurated in 2009 with 96,300 square feet of event space. San Luis Potosi also has wide range of historic venues for events, including art centers, museums, university auditoriums and theaters. In terms of accommodation, San Luis Potosi has 3,000 hotel rooms with ratings between three and five stars.
San Luis Potosi offers thrilling opportunities as pre and post-event activities, such as visits to well preserved traditional villages, eco-tourism activities (hiking, camping, climbing, rappelling, swimming in lagoons) and interesting art museums. In recent years, San Luis Potosi has been the site of several major cinematographic productions, selected for the variety and beauty of its landscapes, unique architecture and authentic colonial traditions.
Ponciana Arriaga Airport, San Luis Potosi international airport, is located 18 miles north of the city, and it has 8 daily national flights and 3 daily flights to international destinations, including Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.
|Flights / Month|
|Passengers / Month|
10,885 (rooms / night)
|San Luis Potosi Convention Center||96,300||4 Exhibition Areas
12 Session Areas
|Centro Cultural Universitario Bicentenario||11,770||1 Exhibition area
13 Session areas
|Centro Potosino de Convenciones||14,980||1 Exhibition Areas
8 Session Areas
|Cinthya de Santiago Guevara
CVB Executive Director
|firstname.lastname@example.org||(422) 238 5214|
Meetings & Convention Manager
|email@example.com||(422) 814 14 16|