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Nuevo Laredo

Country
Mexico
State
Estado de Tamaulipas
City
Nuevo Laredo
Type of Location
Multiple
About Location

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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By airplane

Quetzalcoatl International Airport (IATA: NLD, ICAO: MMNL) is an international airport located in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. It is situated near the U.S.-Mexico border border that handles national and international air traffic for the city of Nuevo Laredo. Four daily direct flights to and from Mexico City are available.
Laredo International Airport(IATA: LRD, ICAO: KLRD) is a public airport located 3 mi (4.8 km) northeast of Nuevo Laredo located in Laredo, Texas. The airport has scheduled direct flights to Dallas/Fort Worth (80 minutes) and Houston and Las Vegas via American Eagle, Continental Express, Allegiant.

By car

From Mexico:
 Mexican Federal Highway 2 starts at the international dam at Lake Amistad near Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila and runs through Piedras Negras, Colombia (Nuevo Leon), Nuevo Laredo Reynosa, and ends near Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
  Mexican Federal Highway 85 starts in Nuevo Laredo and runs through Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Ciudad Valles, San Luis Potosí, and Pachuca, Hidalgo. It ends in Mexico City.
  Tamaulipas / Nuevo Leon Sate Highway 1 starts in Nuevo Laredo and runs through Anahuac and ends in Monterrey.
From the United States:
 Via International Bridges located in Laredo, Texas. Bridge 1 is the smaller bridge downtown, used largely for local traffic. Bridge 2 is the large bridge at the terminus of Interstate 35. Bridge 3 is the "International Commerce Bridge" and used only by trucks. An alternative to the Laredo bridges is to use the Colombia bridge, about 20km northwest of Laredo.


By bus

Mexico City. Direct buses leave from, and depart for, Mexico City frequently with Grupo Senda.

Key places to visit
Cultural Center, Natural History Museum, Museo Jose Reyes Meza, Regional zoo, Narciso Mendoza Park, Old Bank Museum Longoria


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Places to Visit

Cultural Center

Cultural Center was Opened in 2004, the cultural center has a main theater, experimental theater, museum of natural history, museum Reyes Meza, gourmet restaurant, cafe, temporary exhibition area, library, library, media library and Uxmal ride where works are pre-Hispanic art with colossal sculptures of gods and idols of Mesoamerican cultures.

Natural History Museum
 
Natural History Museum was opened in late 2007 in its permanent museum exposed human skeletons, dinosaur bones and fossils in general allows a chronological journey through the history of the region, fauna, flora and geography, from the Jurassic to our era.

Museo Jose Reyes Meza

Museo Jose Reyes Meza was Opened in June 2008, is named after the painter, designer and muralist highlight of Tamaulipas, the museum displays various works of art.

Regional zoo

Regional zoo has a wide range of animal species in different ecosystems and the region, located next to the Ecological Park "Viveros" receives hundreds of visitors daily.

Narciso Mendoza Park

Narciso Mendoza Park or better known locally as the Park Mendoza is one of the largest and most famous parks in Nuevo Laredo.He created the "Committee of Roots of My City" responsible for the creation and organization of the park, one of the most important activities that the committee had to deal with was the relocation of 45 families residing in the area. The park was opened on May 1 of 1926 (85 years) and takes its name from the famous Lieutenant Colonel Narciso Mendoza .

Old Bank Museum Longoria

Old Bank Museum Longoria was built in 1929 by Don Octavio Longoria, now in its lobby exhibit photography exhibitions and visual arts among others.

Right Time to Visit

January - February
October - December

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