Known as “La Ciudad de grandes esfuerzos” (The City of Great Efforts), Torreón, Coahuila, is a young and dynamic town that surrounds you with adverse historic environmental conditions that have been combined with modernity.
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Due to its geographical location, Torreón is part of the Comarca Lagunera. It is located in the northwest of Mexico, and in the semi-desert of Mexico, it limits to the north and east with the municipality of Matamoros; and to the south and west with the state of Durango.
There is a lot to visit in Torreón, starting with the Centro Historico (Historical Centre) that preserves some buildings and constructions, from the time of the Mexican Revolution, some of them are marked by these revolutionary battles.
On Avenida Juárez, and very close to Calzada Colón, is the Alameda de Zaragoza, which highlights a beautiful mosaic fountain surrounded by benches and columns, in which we see the convergence of leading characters of that endless novel that it weaves.
Spending an afternoon in a harmonious environment surrounded by trees and gardens. This scenery takes us to the Plaza Mayor, which houses the most modern Presidencia Municipal (Municipal Presidency) of Coahuila, with its schematic building of 12 thousand square meters (129166 square ft).
Stop at the Bosque Venustiano Carranza (Venustiano Carranza Forest), the meeting point for sportsmen and nature lovers, as well as whole families, who spend the day enjoying pleasant moments in its comfortable facilities.
The monumental religious center Cristo de las Noas, has an area of 70 thousand square meters (753500 square ft), here are some replicas of the historical sites located in Jerusalem, the so-called Holy Land.
Within your tour you will find a wide range of restaurants and bars, full of tradition and offering typical dishes of the region.
Continue exploring the city through its stadiums: Territorio Santos Modelo, the most modern in the country and the Estadio Revolucion, which is currently the home of the Vaqueros Laguna.