Nuevo León


Nuevo León is located in the northeastern region of the Mexican Republic, bordered by Coahuila to the north and by San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas to the south.

In an atmosphere of modernity, adventure and tradition, Nuevo León is a destination that offers attractions for all tastes.

Its capital city, Monterrey, welcomes you with a cosmopolitan and innovative essence, without neglecting tradition and customs. Walk through the Barrio Tradicional (Traditional Suburb) and admire the colonial buildings, you will also find art galleries, restaurants, bars and cafes.

In the Macroplaza you can visit the variety of museums that are in the place. In the afternoon, go to Paseo Santa Lucía (Santa Lucia Corridor), which houses the longest artificial river in Latin America, the tour on board a small boat begins in the Parque Fundidora (Fundidora Park) and ends in the Museo de Historia Mexicana (Museum of Mexican History), on your way you can admire the green areas , murals and landscapes that surround it.

Another unmissable activity on your trip to Nuevo León is taking the cable car up to the Grutas de García (Garcia Grottoes), whose incredible rock formations are more than 60 million years old.

If you are of a more adventurous personality, you will find in the Cañón del Chipitín (Chipitín Canyon) a paradise to unleash your adrenaline by practicing rappelling in seven areas of different difficulty between canyons and springs with crystalline pools.

Nuevo León has beautiful Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) such as Bustamante that welcomes you with a delicious freshly-baked bread made of wheat, brown sugar and anise; this will give you the energy you need to explore its streets and the legendary Grutas de Bustamante (Bustamante Grottoes).

You should also visit Linares and its old buildings such as the Acueducto Colonial (Colonial Aqueduct) and of course try its delicious “Glorias”, a typical sweet made from burnt milk.

Between the Sierra Madre Oriental and the Cerro de la Silla, Santiago is located. It is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that will captivate you with its picturesque streets and the beauty of the Templo de Santiago Apóstol (Temple of Santiago Apóstol).

Dare to discover Monterrey and its great territory full of extraordinary experiences.

Nuevo León is located in the northeastern region of the Mexican Republic, bordered by Coahuila to the north and by San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas to the south.

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In an atmosphere of modernity, adventure and tradition, Nuevo León is a destination that offers attractions for all tastes.

Its capital city, Monterrey, welcomes you with a cosmopolitan and innovative essence, without neglecting tradition and customs. Walk through the Barrio Tradicional (Traditional Suburb) and admire the colonial buildings, you will also find art galleries, restaurants, bars and cafes.

In the Macroplaza you can visit the variety of museums that are in the place. In the afternoon, go to Paseo Santa Lucía (Santa Lucia Corridor), which houses the longest artificial river in Latin America, the tour on board a small boat begins in the Parque Fundidora (Fundidora Park) and ends in the Museo de Historia Mexicana (Museum of Mexican History), on your way you can admire the green areas , murals and landscapes that surround it.

Another unmissable activity on your trip to Nuevo León is taking the cable car up to the Grutas de García (Garcia Grottoes), whose incredible rock formations are more than 60 million years old.

If you are of a more adventurous personality, you will find in the Cañón del Chipitín (Chipitín Canyon) a paradise to unleash your adrenaline by practicing rappelling in seven areas of different difficulty between canyons and springs with crystalline pools.

Nuevo León has beautiful Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) such as Bustamante that welcomes you with a delicious freshly-baked bread made of wheat, brown sugar and anise; this will give you the energy you need to explore its streets and the legendary Grutas de Bustamante (Bustamante Grottoes).

You should also visit Linares and its old buildings such as the Acueducto Colonial (Colonial Aqueduct) and of course try its delicious “Glorias”, a typical sweet made from burnt milk.

Between the Sierra Madre Oriental and the Cerro de la Silla, Santiago is located. It is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that will captivate you with its picturesque streets and the beauty of the Templo de Santiago Apóstol (Temple of Santiago Apóstol).

Dare to discover Monterrey and its great territory full of extraordinary experiences.

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