Monterrey Info

Steel Museum - Furnance #3

Located at the old Foundry of Monterrey Park, it is an Interactive Science and Technology Center which, through the fascinating processes of the steel industry, promotes scientific education and technology among children and adolescents. The panoramic view at the top of the furnace is take out breath scenery.

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Museum of Contemporary Art-MARCO

The Contemporary Art Museum of Monterrey, also known for its acronym in Spanish MARCO, is located at downtown center of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. It is the work of the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta and was inaugurated on June 28th, 1991.

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Museum of Mexican History

This museum offers a full panorama of our country’s
history, in a unique and original way. Enjoy a virtual
journey through history through the 4 periods that have
marked our society’s development: Ancient Mexico,
Viceroyalty, 19th century, and Modern Mexico

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Northeast Mexican Museum-MUNE

As part of the 3 museums, MUNE is a space
dedicated to the dissemination of the
northeast Mexico history, including Texas,
which looks to reflect the culture and
customs of this region, with an integrating
vision in an extraordinary way.

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Glass Museum

Considered the “home of Mexican glass”, where you can learn about the art and processes of glass making and its derivatives. Its mission is to rescue, preserve and spread the history of glass in Mexico, as well as to promote a culture of appreciation for glass and encourage artistic production with this material.

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Santa Lucía Riverwalk

Currently, it is the largest artificial river in Latin
America with an extension of 2.5 km and it’s
also considered as one of the 13 man-made
wonders in Mexico. Families from Monterrey
prefer this place for strolling in the afternoon
and in the weekend.

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Fundidora Park

Located within the facilities of what Fundidora
company used to be, symbol of the city for a long time.
Currently you will find entertainment, sport and culture
for the whole family.

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Santiago, Magical Town

The location of this municipality is in the
vicinity of the Sierra Madre Oriental, an
immediate neighbor of the Nuevo Leon capital,
to the south. It is located at coordinates 25°26′
north latitude and 100°08′ west longitude at 445
meters above sea level.

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Huasteca

At the bottom of the Sierra Madre, only
20 minutes from the capital of
Monterrey, but far from the noise and
bustle of the city, you can find one of the
most amazing natural areas in the north
of the country. Explore it.

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García Caves

Discover the second largest caves in the
world and enjoy the beautiful and typical
town of Garcia.

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Camino Real Hotel

Designed by the renowned Legorreta+Legorreta firm, completely unique in its design, color and form, bestowing its visitors with a special experience. It is worth noting that this building is one of a kind in the city, Modern Mexican Design.

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Safi Royal Luxury Hotel

A luxurious 5 star hotel, thanks to its central location you will have easy access from any point in the city of Monterrey, with 220 spacious, elegant and comfortable rooms plus International Restaurant Cuisine with 24 hours of full service.

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Quinta Real Hotel

Quinta Real is a haven of elegance and tranquility in one of the most dynamic cities in Mexico. The architecture of the hotel resembles the Mexican Colonial Style. Conveniently located just 35 minutes from the Airport and 15 minutes from downtown.

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Real Inn Hotel

Built above the exclusive Fashion Drive mall, with 238 rooms, meeting rooms, restaurant, bar, 24-hour room service, business center, cafeteria, gym and an amazing solarium with outdoor pool with panoramic view, opens its doors to offer you an extraordinary experience.

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Contact us

Cristina Guzmán Siller, PhD.

UNIVERSIDAD DE MONTERREY
Av. Ignacio Morones Prieto 4500 Pte., San Pedro Garza García, N.L. México. C.P. 66238

cristina.guzman@udem.edu
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