Monterrey

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  • Monterrey City Sightseeing Tour

    1. Monterrey City Sightseeing Tour

    Capital city of the state of Nuevo León and the 3rd largest metropolitan area in Mexico, Monterrey is a bustling center of commerce and industry. One of the most American of Mexico’s cities, it’s ripe for exploring on this 6-hour sightseeing tour .Get to know downtown Monterrey and its main attractions and history, beginning with the Colonial Bishop Hill and its incredible views. Visit the historical center, the Macroplaza, Metropolitan Cathedral and Municipal Palace. See one of the most important buildings of the city, the Museum of the Palace of Government. And don't miss sailing across the channel from the famous Paseo Santa Lucia, with the chance to see the Parque Fundidora (foundry park). Following a hotel pick-up in the Downtown area, you will head through the vibrant city, visiting its most prominent sites, from the striking contemporary Basilica of Guadalupe, site of an annual p...

  • Garcia Caves Day Tour from Monterrey

    2. Garcia Caves Day Tour from Monterrey

    Discover the Garcia Caves near Monterrey on this full-day tour. A breath-taking experience, the Garcia Caves are natural formations that developed more than 50 million years ago. Discovered in 1843, the Garcia Caves are the second-largest cave system in the world. After the Garcia Caves, you will be given the opportunity to explore the Xempal Zoo. The Xempal Zoo, complete with lake, mini-farm, and play area, houses plenty of animals including giraffes, zebras, and camels. The Xempal Zoo also offers pony, donkey, and llama rides. Wander round the Casa Rosa Museum for a cultural experience. Browse the textiles, ceramics, jewellery, wood and metalwork for a stimulating afternoon. Follow this by a visit to the El Ojo Museum which also houses popular works of art from neighbouring Mexican states. Complete the day by absorbing the scenic beauty of the Garcia village and stop by the Artesana...

    Mario, from Ajua Tourism was great. Excellent English. We decided to add the trip to Cola de Coballo waterfall. Well worthwhile.

  • Horsetail Falls Full-Day Tour from Monterrey

    3. Horsetail Falls Full-Day Tour from Monterrey

    Escape the hustle and bustle of Monterrey on this full-day sightseeing tour to the Horsetail Falls Park in the Eastern Sierra Madre, some 50 miles south of Monterrey. Cool down at the waterfall in beautiful woodland of pine, ebony, and mesquite. Feel the fresh spray of water on your face as water cascades some 80 feet (25 meters) down ridged rocks. You will also visit the charming colonial city of Villa de Santaigo, a designated Pueblos Magico (Magic Town). Wander through narrow, cobblestone streets, passing typical Mexican mansions. See the locals enjoying their traditional sweet treats, such as bolitas de leche (round milk candles) and dried fruit with raw sugar. Discover the fountain and gazebo of Plaza Ocampo, and the Casa de Cultura, which exhibits Mexican and foreign artists alike. Walk over the ruins of an old aqueduct, revealing traces of the 18th-century city. Explore the his...

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4.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

It is inevitable to go to the mountains in Monterrey, a town characterized by mountains. A very beautiful view was waiting. The ropeway waited for a system trouble on the day, but if it goes smoothly, it will climb 1000 meters in 4 minutes. There were plenty of places to see inside the cave, and the two-kilometer journey was very quick. After that, the museum dropped in and returned to the starting point. It would be great if there was something else besides the cave ... I hope that only two more people can apply and I need to pay for two people alone.

Mario, from Ajua Tourism was great. Excellent English. We decided to add the trip to Cola de Coballo waterfall. Well worthwhile.