Blvd. Avila Camacho, Col. San Lucas Tepetlacalco, Mexico, Mexico 54080
Mundo E and Plaza Satelite ares malls with a choice of boutiques, restaurants, bars, and cinemas for entertainment
San Juan Teotihuacan, Mexico, Mexico
An archaeological site and a must-see if you’re in Mexico City. The site is impressive for the size of the Pyramid of the Sun (the third largest pyramid in the world) and the majesty of the Calle de los Muertos (Street of the Dead). You’ll find restaurant, toilets and shops at the entrance.There’s also a museum.
San Bartolo Tenayuca, Mexico,
This archeological site, which used to be the capital of an old kingdom before the Mexicas, houses a main pyramid surrounded by other smaller ones. It is located in the north of the city
General Ignacio Zaragoza, San Martin Tepotzotlan, Mexico, 54600
The city of Tepotzotlán is located very close to the Mexico City-Querétaro highway, which cuts across the municipality; the center of town has maintained it colonial-era appearance with cobblestone alleys, arcades and plazas. There is a small, secular plaza in front of the main church, which contains a kiosk at which many cultural events take place. The municipal market is known for its food stands selling traditional dishes.
Carretera Mexico-Toluca, mexico,
is the common name for the National Park Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, situated west of Mexico City on the toll road heading towards Toluca. The main park entrance is opposite a restaurant on the highway (the free road). There are footpaths that lead into the woods and past picnic tables, horses are also available for rent.
av. Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi, Mexico, 11560
This museum shows Mexico's native history, fromm a remote past to present time. Archeological objects and the ethnical groups that inhabit Mexico.
Av. Independencia # 207, Col. Centro, Mexico, Toluca 5000
Los Portales, are located in the city center. These arches, together with its buildings, dating from the s. Century and have become the staple of Toluca. The portals give Toluca a unique character, eccentric, and are a particular interpretation of the idea of the mall, walking and meeting all kinds of establishments. Various colonial era churches downtown Toluca lord it.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz No.555, San Lorenzo, Tlalnepantla, Mexico, 54033
Río Lerma No. 108 Ext. 2, Col. Fracc. Ind. Tlaxcolpan, 54030
Company dedicated to Commercial Vehicle Systems like: Power Brakes, brake pads, brake chambers, air dryers, control valve, slack adjusters,etc.
Km. 41.5, México-Querétaro freeway, Fracc. Industrial La Luz, Mexico, Cuautitlan Izcalli
Bosques de Nayarit No.71, Col. Jardines de Santa Mónica, 54050
The place where sport, culture and family life come together to give balance to life
Alfredo del Mazo 9, Atizapan de Zaragoza, Mexico,
Manufacture Of Electrical Fittings For The Construction
Av Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz No 280, Col San Lorenzo Industrial, Tlalnepantla, Estado de Mexico 54033
Featuring a double stairway on the western side and a wall of serpents surrounding the base, the pyramid of Tenayuca is truly a must-see sight. This pre-Columbian Mesoamerican archaeological site is located a few miles from our hotel in Tlalnepantla.
With several malls nearby, there is always something new to see. Tlalne beautiful Fashion Mall shopping center just few steps from the hotel; Mundo "E" Shopping Mall features numerous, prestigious stores, and Plaza Satelite are one of the most important malls in Mexico City North. Our hotel's location is about a mile from both.
Taxi cabs are a very efficient way of exploring Mexico City. Our hotel's staff recommends you know the street address, as well as the colonia, or neighborhood of your destination because streets can change names as they go through the different colonias.
Visit the Magical Town of Tepotzotlan, located a few kilometers from the hotel, the main attraction is the Ex Convento de San Francisco Javier declared world heritage by UNESCO, also you would find the Museo Nacional del Virreinato, one of the best in the country. You can find different crafts as embossment, talavera, telar de cintura and orfebreria.
A popular stop for visitors, the National Museum of Anthropology houses two floors of artifacts from the nation's pre-Columbian era. Don't miss the reconstructed tomb of 8th-century Mayan ruler Pacal. Our hotel in Tlalnepantla is about six miles away.