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Monterrey City Sightseeing Tour
"Your Monterrey city tour starts with hotel pickup by your guide who will show you the city’s top landmarks and introduce you to its history and culture. Head first to Barrio Antiguo the old town where colonial architecture mixes with many restaurants shops and bars. Visit the State Museum of Popular Cultures located in Casa del Campesino once the palace of the governor and the oldest civil building in the city. Tour the museum with your guide to see its exhibitions about different cultures in Mexico and around the world. Next head a few blocks west to Macroplaza
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Private Day Trip: 7 Bays of Huatulco from Puerto Escondido
"During this private tour you will visit 7 of the most beautiful bays in Huatulco in the Mexican Pacific Coast and have the chance of swimming and enjoying its fresh waters. You will begin at the Bahia of Santa Cruz to embark a catamaran that will take yo which distinguished for its heart shaped and isolated beach. At the Bay of Maguey you will have time to swim and snorkel in its tranquil and cristaline waters. If you want to try one of the dishes from the coast there will be plenty of options to choose from. Before returning to Puerto Escondido you will go to the center of Huatulco better known as La Crucecita there you wlll have the chance to visit the church of Virgen de Guadalupe famous for having the biggest Virgin of Guadalupe paint in the world on its roof besides visiting the public main park and its traditional stores."
From $535.00
 
Cola de Caballo Waterfall and Villa de Santiago Day Trip from Monterrey
"After pickup in Monterrey head with your guide by comfortable van to Cola de Caballo about 1 hour south of the city on the edge of Cumbres de Monterrey National Park just outside Villa de Santiago. Meaning Horse Tail in English the 82-foot (25-meter) Cola de Caballo waterfall is one of the most popular natural attractions in the Monterrey area. Find out why as you admire the falls from all angles by climbing up the steps that provide different viewpoints some of which are so close to the falls that you’ll feel the spray of the water. To get to the waterfall you can either walk with your guide along the 1-mile (1.6-km) path from the entrance
From $100.00

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My Apartment

I got an apartment for $550 USD a month, $50 more than it should have been because I changed the lease to run only five months. It had no A/C, no heat... was very basic for a two room apartment, and,...
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Colorful panteon

During november most panteons in Mexico ar decorated with flowers because we celebrate the day of all deads in november 2 Take a tour trought one of the local panteons, specially november 2 to see...
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Dont loost the track

Stay in the right way following the blue signals around downtown Monterrey and find the places you want to visit. If no blue signal are visible, try to ask somebody, english is our second tongue and...
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Old time, people and life

The Alameda, someting like central park, is a place where old people, unemployed and people from another mexican states come to share their time and experiences. It is a beautiful place to spend a...
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But check it out

If you see in detail, you can find that this announcement was made of thousand of personal photos, thera are many small telescopes in the square below to see in detail each picture and to find...
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Monterrey, the captial of Nuevo Leon

It is considered one of the three most important cities in Mexico, for its great managerial and financial vigor. The city was founded in 1596 , but by the year 1846 the population was of less than 300...
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Most of the people in Mexico...

Most of the people in Mexico are catholics, this is the Monterrey cathedral built in 1770, right in downtown, you can eonjoy the olds northern style, inside you can see novohispanic XIX century paints...
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Spend an entire night out on...

Spend an entire night out on the town. (if you are a teenager or into that)Start by hitting some bars, then if you want move on to antros (clubs). Wind down at another bar or hit the parks with a...
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Visit Las Grutas de Garcia...

Visit Las Grutas de Garcia (Caverns). First you climb the steep side of a mountain in a cable car. Then once inside, expect a lot of stairs on your guided tour to get to the various areas like La...
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The City

It's a really neat city, but very Americanized... very modern. It's sad to see Chili's, Applebee's and other chain places there, but at least they can be escaped.
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Flowers market

The flowers market is brought to us by people of sout and central part of Mexico, where the conditions to grown plants are better
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Laaaaaaarge sponsor

I think this is the largest announcement in the wold, it is 28 floor tall and is in the Latin building, right in downtown
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Corregidora 519 Oriente, Colonia Centro, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64000, Mexico
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Diego Rivera 500, Fraccionamiento Valle Oriente, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 62260, Mexico
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Blvd Antonio L. Rodriguez #1880, Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64650, Mexico
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Av Lazaro Cardenas 3000, Esq. Dr. Alt., Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 66269, Mexico
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Avenida San Jeronimo 1082, Col. San Jeronimo, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64640, Mexico
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Avenida Universidad 314 Norte, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 66450, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Monterrey

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Cola de Caballo

Cascada Cola de Caballo literally means "Horse Tail Falls", describing how it looks from a distance. It's a pretty waterfall, and it's wonderful to see that natural elements are preserved in Mexico....
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Cervecería Cuauhtemoc

Take a free tour of Cuahtemoc Brewery (makers of Sol, Dos Equis, Bohemia, among others). Tours are offered during regular business hours and on Saturdays until 2:00 pm. No photos allowed...
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Cerro de la Silla

If you have the breath enought to climb Cerro de la Silla to the Teleferico, you will see a post card like this, seeing the 3 million people city below your feet. This is an easy 2.5 Km hike travel...
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El Obispado

In the middle of Monterrey's modern day concrete jungle, the Obispado is to be found perched on a hill overlooking the city. Being the former episcopal residence, it is now transformed into a museum...
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Santa Lucía

The Paseo de Santa Lucia (also called the River Walk, in English) is a charming way to get from the museum area to the very large Parc Fundidora. A cheap boat ride will save you the walk along a...
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Barrio Antiguo

The majority of entertainment options are concentrated just a few blocks from the hotel zone in the downtown area, in the Barrio Antiguo (Historic Downtown) which is easily accessed from other parts...
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"Monterrey, My New Home"
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