There aren’t many tourist attractions in Monterrey, Mexico. There is a local metro with two subway lines, but I decided to walk around near my hotel since I only had less than 24 hours in Monterrey. Zona Rosa was a two minute walk from the Sheraton Ambassador Hotel heading towards the Macroplaza.
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You will see a small park area with a monumental statue.
There are also local shoe shiners available if you need a cheap shoe shine.
The best part of the Zona Rosa area was the shopping. You can bargain here with local shopkeepers for souvenirs and handicrafts. I will keep this post short and simple and let the pictures do all the talking.