Apodaca (Spanish pronunciation: [apoˈðaka]) is a city and its surrounding municipality that is part of Monterrey Metropolitan area. It lies in the northeastern part of the metropolitan area. As of the 2005 census, the city had a population of 393,195 and the municipality had a population of 418,784. The municipality has an area of 183.5 km. The fourth-largest city in the state (after Monterrey, Guadalupe, and San Nicolás de los Garza), Apodaca is one of the fastest-growing cities in Nuevo León and an important industrial center.
Restaurants in Apodaca
4.5 based on 67 reviews
I didn't visit for a match, just the fan shop outside and the restaurant inside the stadium which is accessible during business hours. My brother and I had some drinks (Micheladas) and some snacks and it was relatively inexpensive. I really enjoyed the sights surrounding the stadium and the stadium itself. The restaurant is located behind the goal and that is your view as you take in the sights and drinks. I took a taxi from downtown Monterrey and it was 8 dollars one way. Great experience, next up I will definitely visit for a match.
4.5 based on 866 reviews
Wooded park on the top of a mountain overlooking the city of Monterrey; a great place to bike, hike and jog.
I regret not visiting Chipinque before. Now i come back everytime I am in Monterrey!!
It's a perfect spot to forget about the city, the place is great if you bring your own car and stop in the different views until the top of the hill. Very safe place, lots of families and security; but even with that, its very private and you can easily have a romantic/quiet picnic in one of the amazing benches surrounded by beautiful nature. There are some animals too, i have only seen raccoons.
Don't miss visiting Chipinque ;)
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Excellent visit to San Nicolas in Nuevo Leon. Great atmosphere with over 45k people cheering on Tigres. Beer sales are everywhere really and your hand will not be empty throughout the game, great variety of good throughout the stadium. When Tigres scores it is really loud and awesome, great place to visit if you can get a ticket. Try the tortas "el minuit" outside the stadium and el "choripan" Uruguayan style sausage inside the stadium. Love the people, most were really friendly and welcomed outsiders really well.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The park once belonging to an Iron and Steel Melting Company now is a cultural center containing museums, concert halls and an amusement park.
Nice place to ride a bike or stroll around. Interesting use of an old industrial site. You can see the Mountains surrounding the city and there are quite a few sites within the park.
5 based on 12 reviews
I taught an undergraduate course in English about Business Ethics and Leadership at UANL. The students really impressed me with their creativity and productivity. I have no doubt that they are on their way to some very interesting lives in Mexico and overseas. Nearly all of them know multiple languages and are studying a few more to add on. I can't wait to see the amazing things that they do with their lives.
4 based on 61 reviews
4.5 based on 567 reviews
History of Horno Alto Nº 3, Horno Alto Nº 3 was designed by Arthur G. McKee & Co. from Cleveland, Ohio. The installation began in October 1965 and it began operating in January 1968, with the capacity to produce 1,500 to 2,000 tons of cast iron per day. It had the most advanced technologies, notable among which were the electronic programmer of raw materials and the automatic system for the control of furnace combustion. With the beginning of operations of Horno Alto Nº 3, the Monterrey Foundry reached a production of a million tons of steel per year, which made it the most important steel mill in Mexico.
We had a large conference event in the location and it was superb. The food was lovely, the wait staff prompt and at tentative and the surroundings picturesque. The multimedia history presentation, complete with smoke, flames, video and light show was totally unexpected. What a...MoreThanks for the comments. See you soon!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A historic street in downtown Monterrey passing through the Plaza de los 40 Años and the Mexican History Museum.
Average at best. Restaurant scene mentioned in other reviews seems pretty dim. Not much to see along the river except some highways and buildings ... pretty artificial.
4 based on 1 reviews
Es un parque público sin costo, excepto por un pago mínimo de estacionamiento. Es parte del curso del Río La Silla. Hay agradables vistas naturales y lugares de esparcimiento, para hacer ejercicio, o simplemente pasear. Se encuentra dentro de una zona completamente urbanizada.
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