Monterrey Vacations

Mexico
Ringed by jagged mountain peaks and cast in the shadow of the imposing Cerro de la Silla ( or "Saddle Mountain"), Monterrey is city of burgeoning industrial growth set to a backdrop of spectacular natural beauty. The third largest city in Mexico is a place of stark contrasts. Elegant colonial …

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Things to see and do in Monterrey

Ulises Muñiz | FlickrMuseum of Contemporary Art in Monterrey
Museum of Contemporary Art in Monterrey
bertobox | FlickrBarrio Antiguo
Barrio Antiguo
Elisson Placido | Trip by SkyscannerMuseo de Historia Mexicana
Museo de Historia Mexicana
Elisson Placido | Trip by SkyscannerFundidora Park
Fundidora Park
Audi Martinez Menchaca | Trip by SkyscannerParque fundidora
Parque fundidora
Steve DeAngelo | Trip by SkyscannerCerro de La Silla
Cerro de La Silla
Cymaris Gutiérrez | Trip by SkyscannerFuente de Neptuno
Fuente de Neptuno
Yavi Limon Segovia | Trip by SkyscannerMacroplaza
Macroplaza
Tasha Palma | Trip by SkyscannerPaseo de Santa Lucia
Paseo de Santa Lucia
Tasha Palma | Trip by SkyscannerMuseo del Acero Horno 3
Museo del Acero Horno 3

Reviews of Monterrey

Alex Zamarron
Alex ZamarronHouston, Texas, USA
10/05/2018

Mexico! A wonderful country with wonderful people. And the food? Even better! Great city if you want a modern atmosphere with a mix of culture. Eat all the tacos you can!

Adriana Torres
Adriana TorresKingwood
21/02/2016

A really good place to climb mountains and their food is amazing there is a lot of green places I love it ;)

Mony Bustam A
Mony Bustam AMonterrey
30/12/2015

Monterrey is the best place to go to shopping and enjoy some time with friends and family. The best place to visit will be Parque Fundidora.

Max Sugerman
Max SugermanSan Francisco
27/11/2014

It's very unfortunate that this city and the region surrounding it have seen such a rise of violence in the past few years. Monterrey is a modern, hospitable city with lots to see, amazing natural beauty and great food

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