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Introduction
Monterrey, the State's capital, is considered to be mainly an industrial city but also has plenty of things to do and places to visit. The surrounding cities along with Monterrey are considered the metroplex (Garza Garcia, Santa Catarina, Guadalupe, Apodaca, Escobedo, etc). Check the wikipedia page for Monterrey .

Top Things to See and Do
Cerro de la Silla, Obispado, Macro Plaza, Chipinque, La Estanzuela, La Huasteca, Fundidora Park, Santa Lucia Riverwalk, Barrio Antiguo, The Museum of Modern Art, Alfa Planetarium, The Museum of Mexican History, Museo Metropolitano de Monterrey, Museo del Vidrio, Kidzania, Grutas de Garcia, Cola de Caballo waterfall, Bioparque Estrella- Wildlife Safari park, ... - more info in the Travel Guide.

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Edited by: rotceh on 05.03.2008 goyoman on 23.01.2005
Last postings about Monterrey Nuevo León Mexico from other users
 
rebeca_gzz wrote:

You must go to MARCO (museum of contemporary art), mexican history museum, Cineteca Nuevo Leon, Casa de las Artes @ Parque Fundidora (there´s a youth hostel there too), hang around "El Barrio Antiguo" (is full of Bars and nightclubs) there, I´ll recomend: EL Akbal (lounge bar), .. just ask me ;)


shaggy wrote:

visitar barrio antiguo, museos de historia, grutas parques


lauvm wrote:

Monterrey is a big and industrial, modern city. There are also natural places to see, museums. An ideal place for business making.


oscar_nf wrote:

no to much



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