Como estes mi amigos? It’s the Adam Kaupert travel blog reporting in to you from Monterrey Mexico. Monterrey is one of Mexico’s biggest cities and is the capital of the stat Nuevo Leon. It serves as one of Mexico’s economic hubs. Many consider it to be the most modern Mexican city which makes sense because many American corporations are based here. Located in northeast Mexico,Monterrey was first settled in the late 1500s.The Adam Kaupert travel blog visited here about five years ago and though it is a very industrial city, there is still some charm here. You just have to look a little harder. Read up on Monterrey at this Adam Kaupert approved travel blog:
Adam Kaupert visits the Monterrey Museo de Arte Contempóraneo
The Museo de Arte Contemoraneo is one of Monterrey’s premier attractions. The city is not known for its aesthetics though there is definitely beauty to be found here. The MARCO is known for its permanent collection of modern art as well as a rotating series of exhibitions that help keep things fresh. This institution is crucial to Monterrey’s art scene and is a cultural hub of the city. Surf over to this Monterreytravel blog for additional facts about the Monterrey cultural and art scene:
The building that MARCO is in has a pretty cool design itself. Here you will find a massive metal dove above the door that alone makes the visit worth it. The MARCO is locate in the middle of the great Macro Plaza which is pretty much the center of all the action in Monterrey, Mexico.
Adam Kaupert visits Monterrey’s Macro plaza and Museums
TheMacro plazais centrally located in the geographic center of the city. After a visit to the MARCO I took a very short walk to the Macro Plaza which like its name suggests is huge, the opposite of a micro plaza. Across from the art museum is an old cathedral which gives the plaza a serene contemplative air.The Museo del Palacio is located here as well so it makes it easy to see several sights within a short distance. Perhaps the most striking feature of the macro plaza is the Luis Barragán designed orange tower known as the Faro del Comercio.For some fun additional Monterrey facts check out this handy travel link:
It was slightly overcast on the day I visited but remember to prepare the Adam Kaupert scam production way and bring plenty of sunscreen it can get really hot here and there is virtually no shade in the Macro plaza.
Adam Kaupert stays at the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle
As usual I wanted to check out a happening and luxurious hotel when choosing my Monterrey Adam Kaupert travel blog accommodations. The Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle came highly recommended for its consistency and comfort in a luxurious setting. I was pretty tired after a day down at the Macro plaza and the comfortable bed in my spacious room at the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle was just what I needed. There is a pretty good restaurant on the premises and the staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. From their food recommendations to suppling me with an extra pillow, the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle staff came through at every turn. There are fewer options in Monterrey when it comes to luxury hotels so looks like the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle is the official Adam Kaupert travel blog Monterrey hotel.
The Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle
Av. Diego Rivera 555, Valle Oriente, 66260 San Pedro Garza García, N.L., Mexico
+52 81 8100 7000
All the walking under the sun in Monterrey wore me out. Thankfully my hotel wasn’t too far from all the action and the suggestions I received prior to my trip made for an excellent time in Monterrey. There is a lot of good vibes and interesting history here, you just gotta look a little harder. I also want to extend a big Adam Kaupert travel blog thanks to Enrique at the Hotel Safi, see you next time Amigo!