You have to try the ride to downtown in a boat through the canal, it is a little like san antonio's river walk, at the stop in downtown step down and try the museums or just explore the city.
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Paseo Santa Lucia was a great park! Very big, We took the boat ride and we got a cool breeze. It was to hot and the lines we too long but moving quick.
Walk the whole river front or take a scenic boat ride to see the waterfalls, landscaping and even museums! Beautiful and well maintained! One word of caution is to bring your own tissue or toilet paper to the restrooms as it is not provided.
This was a great tour. About 20' long. We took it from MacroPlaza to Fundidora Park but you can do it the other way around. The ticket price (60 pesos or about $4 dollars) per adult includes return ticket. The scenery is beautiful. I recommend...More
Paseo Santa Lucía is a river walk in the heart of Monterrey city. To me, it's somewhat unexpected to have this kind of water path in the middle of the city so well designed, and presented. Surrounded by gardens, benches and scattered park attractions for...More
Paseo Santa Lucia is a nice walk along a man-made river. It starts (or ends) in The Museo de Historia Mexicana which has two very good permanent expositions. Next to this museum there is another museum I can´t tell you much about because I haven´t...More
Not much to see but inexpensive way(60 peso) to either get into the downtown area(from park) or to the park(from downtown). It would have been nice if tour was in both English & Spanish(only Spanish spoken). Also would be convenient if they offered a one...More
The river is a great place to come for a small walk. it is not too long only 2.5 km and there are lots of beautiful flower decorations on both sides. it goes from Fundidora to the Macro Plaza. You can also go on one...More
It is a nice, clean and one of the most famous places to visit if you go to Monterrey. They have a river that goes through the downtown! It reminds me at San Antonio Tx., but also this place has a lot of fun things...More