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Professional Convention Management Association

INTERNATIONAL: Monterrey, Mexico

by Ali Gramaglia | Dec 26, 2012

‘The City of Mountains’

Monterrey is vibrant, tireless, and multifaceted - a city where sophistication goes handin- hand with folk traditions. Its wide range of museums, parks, restaurants, bars, shopping malls, and exclusive stores; its love of soccer and baseball; its exciting music and art production; and its shows and nightlife make this a metropolis that never fails to fascinate. Monterrey is also a powerful industrial city, a driving force for Mexico’s national economy, and a cultural epicenter - for which it has been dubbed “La Sultana del Norte” (“The Sultaness of the North”).

Ready and prepared to host your events, CINTERMEX is considered to be one of the most important venues in the north of Mexico. It is located 25 minutes from the Mariano Escobedo International Airport, inside the Fundidora Park, and is surrounded by 450 connected rooms. CINTERMEX has more than 20 years of experience with more than 11,000 hosted events since its opening.

CINTERMEX has three main concepts:(H3)
• Exposition Center: 282,877 square feet of contiguous space and six rooms, which can be used to host up to 20,000 people
• Convention Center: 43,000 square feet of total surface space with 27 salons for reunions, conventions, and congresses
• Permanent Business Area: More than 150 offices of international and national institutions and companies.

With more than 1,200 parking spots inside the complex and more than 5,000 in the surrounding area, CINTERMEX is the best place to host your event.

What is Fundidora Park?

Located in the heart of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Fundidora Park is the first public urban sustainable park in the north of the Mexican Republic. Recognized as a Museum of Industrial Archeology in 2011, Fundidora Park is a living testimony of the history of Monterrey - a cultural heritage of the state in which nature, tradition, and culture coexist to bring joy to the community. Located inside the former Monterrey Foundry property, visitors can now appreciate the 27 remaining industrial pieces, which include two blast furnaces, buildings, chimneys, and 127 smaller pieces that are distributed along the gardens and pathways of the park.

The park’s surface of 142 hectares provides visitors with diverse areas for rest, recreation, and socializing, a place for multifaceted activities such as sports and entertainment, as well as economic and cultural events of all kinds.

For more information: CINTERMEX - +52 (81) 83 69 69 48; info@cintermex.com; cintermex.com

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