La Sultana del Norte awaits you to discover its imposing historical buildings, museums and taste the most exquisite of its regional cuisine. Monterrey is one of the most developed care in Mexico, making it one of the most important business, industrial, economic and technological centers in the country, thousands of people visit it daily to do business, tourism and to enjoy what the city has to offer.

Fundidora park

Fundidora Park is a public park located in the heart of Monterrey. It is considered a Museum of Industrial Archeology, it was created with the intention of a place of rest for the families of Nuevo León, where they can practice sports, in addition to an offer of entertainment, training activities, business meetings, commercial catwalks and cultural and artistic promotion, it has an art cinema room better known as the Nuevo León film library, an art gallery with two exhibition rooms, a media library, a children's workshop and a theater with capacity for 350 people, an interactive museum on the origin of steel which has an exhibition area and a viewpoint where you can see downtown Monterrey.

Papalote Children's Museum

Papalote Museo del Niño is a family of museums created more than 23 years ago. It is the second most visited museum in the country, only the National Museum of Anthropology, and one of the ten most visited interactive museums in the world, located in Fundidora Park in Monterrey, Mexico. It is an underground architectural space sixteen meters underground. The reason for this is to form a non-formal education center where children learn by playing and living together.

It has a laser screen, a telepresence room for children to establish dialogue with people from different countries, a large sculpture for educational and recreational purposes; in addition to rooms whose motive is the conservation of animal biodiversity and another room for hydroponics.

Chipinque ecological park

Being part of the Sierra Madre Occidental, Chipinque hill or, colloquially called the "M", is the rocky figure located on the upper edge of the mountain range, in the state of Nuevo León, Mexico. Its three undulations, known as the "M", are the focal point of this mountain range that covers the entire south of Monterrey and whose maximum height exceeds 2,200 meters. The silhouette is visible from various points of the city of Monterrey, including the municipalities of Gral. Escobedo, San Nicolas de los Garza, Guadalupe and San Pedro Garza Garcia; the latter established at the base of the mountain.

Chipinque is today an alternative of conservation, fusion and recreation for the inhabitants of the region and for those visitors who are attracted by nature and the knowledge of its biodiversity, subject to protection in its 1625 hectares. With an excellent climate and an annual average temperature of 21 degrees Celsius. Chipinque is one of the most important natural passages in the region due to its proximity to the city of Monterrey and the attractions and services it offers. The Chipinque Ecological Park is a Protected Natural Area, whose mission is the conservation of biodiversity through an integrated management that ensures the conservation of its natural resources, promoting at the same time a culture of respect and appreciation for the physical and natural aspects of the park, providing physical security to its visitors and guaranteeing future generations this invaluable heritage.