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HOW TO GET

TO MONTERREY?

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Because it is a destination with the character of an industrial, cosmopolitan city and, therefore, of progressive economic development, today it is reached without major difficulties, both by air and by land. Currently this capital city of Nuevo Leon, so cosmopolitan and modern, is connected by air with the main cities of the rest of the country as well as the most important in the United States.

Airway

Monterrey has the General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, which occupies the first places nationwide, for the number of operations and passengers served, with 4 terminals and one of them unique in the country and Latin America with a double circulation taxiway allowing greater connectivity.

By Highway

To get to Monterrey, you can also do it by car or bus. There is an important road network that quickly connects with states in the north of Mexico and the south of the United States.

FEDERAL HIGHWAY 85

It crosses the state of Nuevo León from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas passing through Monterrey and connects with the 35 from Laredo to San Antonio.

FEDERAL HIGHWAY 85

It crosses the state of Nuevo León from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas passing through Monterrey and connects with the 35 from Laredo to San Antonio.

FEDERAL HIGHWAY 85

It crosses the state of Nuevo León from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas passing through Monterrey and connects with the 35 from Laredo to San Antonio.

FEDERAL HIGHWAY 85

It crosses the state of Nuevo León from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas passing through Monterrey and connects with the 35 from Laredo to San Antonio.

FEDERAL HIGHWAY 85

It crosses the state of Nuevo León from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas passing through Monterrey and connects with the 35 from Laredo to San Antonio.

By Bus

Monterrey has a Central de Buses that receives most of the buses coming from the North Terminal of Mexico City, located on Avenida de los Cien Metros.

Arriving in Monterrey, the trip ends at the intersection of Cristóbal Colón s/n with Amado Nervo; between Rayón and Villagrán.

Lodging

Find your Lodging!

Monterrey has a wide range of hotels, in this section you will find information about hotels a short distance from the Cintermex Convention Center.

Connectivity

Monterrey has various options for movement inside the city. In this section you can find the best form of transport that suits you.

Tourism

Get to know the incredible public spaces of Monterrey and don't stop surprising yourself with its gastronomy, traditions, and attractions. The city of the mountains awaits you!

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