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The Weather in Monterey
Here is our climate diagram for Monterey. This year, September will have the highest average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 6° in January. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is August.
Escape into culturally-rich Monterrey with lavish holiday homes
Monterrey is the capital of Nuevo León, a north-eastern state in Mexico. If you are travelling to Monterrey with family to soak in the best of what the city has to offer, make your trip memorable with holiday lettings like apartments, hotel suites, and condos that offers city comfort and luxury.
Nightlife in Monterrey
Locals of Monterrey know how to paint the town red with a host of fun activities taking place in the lively area of Cannery Row and Alvarado Street.
Kokoloco is a fantastic place in Barrio Antiguo to listen to electronic, alternative, and reggaetón music in a span of hours while you sip away to a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Regular events in Monterrey
The Monterrey International Film Festival is one of the top five film festivals that take place in Mexico. The festival celebrates the diversity in cinematic art and showcases a wide range of classic and contemporary feature length and short films.
Hazlo Tu is an art exhibition, held twice in a year, that visitors can check out to discover the latest in art equipment and material. The exhibition also organizes competitions among guests after the art demonstrations.
Important sights in Monterrey
This town square is a major attraction with an area of almost 100 acres. It consists of several monuments with neighboring gardens and smaller plazas. Fuente de Neptuno – which represents the Roman god Neptune surrounded by a bronze fountain is a sight to behold. Other landmarks include a lighthouse of 230 feet called Faro del Comercio.
Fundidora Park, located to the east of Monterrey, is an urban public park that has all amenities for the public like a playground, walking track and a pavement for joggers and cyclists. With a vivid history, it now serves as a recreational centre for visitors and locals alike.
Santa Lucia Riverwalk
It is an artificial river that connects the Macroplaza to the Fundidora Park. This man made river walk is one of Mexico’s Thirteen Wonders. A riverboat ride across this magnificent river offers stellar views of pristine fountains and greenery all around.
Museum of Steel
The Museum of Steel is situated in the Fundidora Park and is an adaptation of the Fundidora steel plant that was retired in the mid 80's. The museum now stands as an educational focal point depicting the history of the blast furnace with underground tours to the coal mine.
Cerro de la Silla
Cerro de la Silla is a uniquely shaped organic mountain that includes four peaks and has an area of 23 square miles. Because of its uniqueness, it has become a favourites recreational spot with hikers following the ascent of a 3 mile trail to make it to the top.
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