The Mexican city of Monterrey is constantly home of business events and conventions because lots of international companies are based in here. Also, it has really great infrastructure better than other places in this country. That’s why we want to tell you about some tours in Monterrey that will make you forget about how tired you are after a hard day of work! These tours are ideal to make the most of your free time, no matter if there are only a few hours.
The following recommendations about what to do in Monterrey are useful if you’re about to travel to this city for business, or if you’re planning a group trip as part of the corporative strategy in the company you work for. The best part of them is they only take a couple of hours and are close to the Monterrey Convention Center and Cintermex, the two main venues for congresses and conventions in this city.
Zipline in horno3 at Parque Fundidora
The horno3 Iron Museum is one of the most emblematic spots in Parque Fundidora and a great example of the industry development of Monterrey. It offers the opportunity to see this monument from another perspective while you get impressive panoramic views of the city and, of course, feel the adrenaline inside your body!
You can choose between the complete tour (6 zip lines and 3 rappel circuits) and the half tour (2 zip lines and 2 rappel circuits). A hanging bridge and access to the museum in order to learn more about this place are other options you have to enjoy the horno3.
A boat ride in Paseo Santa Lucia
Paseo Santa Lucia is a beautiful promenade that connects the Macroplaza with Parque Fundidora. It’s one of the musts in Monterrey thanks to the wonderful views of Cerro de la Silla (an iconic hill in the city) it offers! Our recommendation is taking a boat tour to enjoy the place, but you can also walk or rent a bike. Don’t forget to grab a bite in one of the local restaurants!
Take a walk in the Macroplaza
With an area of almost 100 acres, the Macroplaza of Monterrey is part of the 5 biggest squares all over the world and home of the main historical spots of this destination.
It has green areas, fountains like the Neptune, colonial buildings and modern infrastructure in the surroundings, emblematic monuments and so much more to enjoy.
These tours in Monterrey are a great and quick way to explore this city if you’re in a rush during your business trip. If you have more time, we recommend taking a tour to the Cola de Caballo Waterfall, the Garcia Caves, the Boca Hoover or a Monterrey City tour where you can also visit the little town of Morelos.
Leave your room and discover Monterrey!
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