ADD TO LISTMany people travel to Monterrey to enjoy some great parks, trails, and hiking, and stopping over for at least day or two in Monterrey is more than worthwhile if you're traveling through Mexico's Northeast Mexico region. Monterrey is one of Mexico's more well-known travel destinations, and its most popular attractions include the Cola de Caballo and Mountain View. There's a lot more interesting things to see and do in Monterrey, so be sure check out this Monterrey travel guide in more detail.
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You don´t need to exchange money here prior to you arrival, the ATM machines accept all major cards plus cirrus and maestro cards. If you do however wish to bring cash, bring USD as you will get far more for your money. Food and nightlife are abundent here, I can recommend XBOX cafe for the best Pizza´s in town, and Señor Tenaka for the best sushi. Night life...well just head downtown into the center and experience it for yourself. Women travellers, i wouldn´t recommend coming here alone, come with a crowd or with a guy, safety first!!!.
Monterrey es una ciudad muy parecida a Texas.. con muchos restaurants, cafeterias americanas. Es una ciudad que se encuentra entre montañas, tiene lindos paisajes y se puede recorrer la fábrica fundidora, e se encuentra fuera de actividad hace tiempo, y el barrio viejo que es un barrio muy colonial. Sobre comidas se come muy bien en el "Rey del Cabrito" para los que comen carne
Monterrey is a vibrant and wealthy city, boasting many large companies and plenty of entertainment for tourists. Life in Monterrey varies greatly depending on where you stay and what you plan to do, with both natural and man-made attractions for everyone, including plenty of amusement parks.
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