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City Tour Monterrey

55 USD50 USD

(per traveler)

* 2 persons are required for this tour.

Total: $50 USD

*All taxes included in the price.

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Prepare to be awed!

In any city you go first thing you should know is its historic center and for start with this tour, we will visit the Mirador del Obispado, where you can enjoy panoramic view of the city later have the opportunity to visit main attractions of Monterrey.
The Cathedral, the Municipal Palace, the most famous fountain in Monterrey, the source Neptune and the Metropolitan Museum in Morelos find all the souvenirs that you must take your family and friends as well as regional sweets including delicious GLORIAS, after this continue in the Government Palace Museum building of quarry with more than 100 years old where we will know the history of the city, we continue our journey in the Paseo Santa Lucia, a navigable channel board the boats to take us to the Fundidora Park, there.We begin the imposing of this park, which is one of the main lungs ofMonterrey and yields of major events.

Where?

When?

Days of departure: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday , Friday , Saturday, Sunday,
Starting time 10:00
Ending time 18:00
Duration 8 hours

Itinerary

  • Lobby del Hotel 10:00 am
  • Mirador del Obispado
  • Catedral
  • Palacio Municipal
  • Museo del Palacio de Gobierno
  • Paseo Santa Lucía
  • Parque la Fundidora
  • Regreso al Hotel

Important!

We will start 10:00 am

6-8 hours in total ( This may vary)

Open from Monday to Sunday

Pick up and drop off at your Hotel

Bring comfotable clothes ad shoes, camera, hay

Food its no included, but we have free time to eat.

  • What’s included?

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    • icon_microfono.pngTravel or show
    • icon_transportation.pngTransportation
    • icon_bilingual_guide.pngBilingual Guide
    • icon_boat.pngBoat ride
  • What’s not included?

    • icon_meals_drinks.pngDrinks
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  • Good to know!

    • icon_comfortable_clothes.pngComfortable clothes
    • icon_hat.pngHat
    • icon_jacket.pngJacket
    • icon_money2.pngMoney
    • icon_sunglasses.pngSunglasses
    • icon_backpack.pngSmall backpack
    • icon_camera.pngCamera

Highlights

Mirador del Obispado

El Mirador Asta Bandera, also known as Mirador del Obispado, is located on top of the Cerro del Obispado in Monterrey, Mexico. That is the second biggest monumental flag of Mexico. The hill and the viewpoint are named for the building constructed near the hill in the late eighteenth century, the Bishopric.

Nuestra Señora de Monterrey Cathedral

The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception or Monterrey Metropolitan Cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Monterrey. It is located in the capital of the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.

La Fuente de la Vida de Monterrey

The Fountain of Monterrey, grand and well modeled, is a sculpture executed by the Spanish artist Luis Sanguino. It erected in 1984, it is in the Macroplaza Monterrey City. It bronze eight figures are guided by God Neptune are observed; commemorates the completion of the aqueduct that comes from the dam Cerro Prieto, which drought relief to the people of Nuevo Leon.

Paseo Santa Lucía

The canal was opened on September 15, 2007, considered one of the 13 wonders of Mexico, created by man. Visitors can embark on a journey guided by the channel lovely part from Fundidora Park to the Museum of Mexican History, next to Macro plaza. It is one of the most attractive sites most visited by tourists arriving in the city of Monterrey. During the course of 2.5 kilometers, visitors can enjoy a magnificent landscape with 24-lighted fountains, bridges, walkways, murals large Mexican artists, a large expanse of green areas, terraces and esplanades, which create perfect landscapes and scenarios where you can do different sports and recreational events. At the end of Paseo Santa Lucia, let not attend any of the varied restaurants that are to disembark along the canal, where you can enjoy typical Mexican food and drink and the region. Certain areas of Paseo Santa Lucía, are available for rent for your events, especially the Lake of Waves. Each boat has a capacity for 40 people.

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