Nuevo León

MONTERREY The City of Business this capital offers the necessar infrastructure for those planning events exhibitions and conventions within the corporate cultural or entertainment sectors. Usually visited by the so-called "Executive Tourism", the city of Monterrey in fact has a lot more to offer, including a splendid cuisine with northern Mexican or international options, world-class exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and a well preserved colonial heritage along the historic center of town. A rectangular raised terrace known as the Macro-Plaza is located within the Grand Plaza of downtown Monterrey, in turn surrounded by the Cathedral of Monterrey, the MARCO museum, the city theater known as the Teatro de La Ciudad, as well as a whole network of bars and restaurants across the Barrio Antiguo or "Old Neighborhood". For those looking for some physical activity, the Chipinque forest is located within the metropolitan area of the capital, and it offers bike routes and large areas for the whole family to enjoy, as well as a superb view of the city. ADVENT ... Read more >>

Mil Piedras or "A Thousand Stones", is the name of this series of paintings engraved on rock and located in ca ...

"Up with the North, yes Sir !!" shouts a proud local of Monterrey known as Regiomontano, as he watches a footb ...

For the adventurous at heart, or for anyone willing to experience close contact with the Mexican land, the sta...

Nuevo Leon keeps the tradition of running a robust and industrial economy, supported on the human factor as it ...

The state of Nuevo Leon shares its borders with the states of Coahuila and Tamaulipas, as well as with the Nor ...

Nuevo Leon is Mexico’s business capital. The State’s industrial development started in mid-19th century, when ...

Lic. Rodrigo Medina de la Cruz, Governor of the State of Nuevo León for the term 2009-2015, was born in Monter ...

The northern state of Nuevo Leon is the eighth in the country in terms of population with a little more than 4 ...

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