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San Pedro Garza Garcia
San Pedro Garza Garcia

San Pedro Garza Garcia

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San Pedro Garza Garcia, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Monterrey

The Basics

Towering office blocks and sprawling suburbs make up much of San Pedro Garza García, but there are plenty of family-friendly attractions hidden behind San Pedro’s corporate facade. Take a hike through Chipinque Ecological Park, stop by Planetario Alfa, or visit the crafty Barrio de Tampiquito neighborhood.

For some of the city’s best nightlife, don’t miss "El Centrito"—this cluster of bars, clubs, and restaurants is one of Monterrey’s swankiest after-hours spots. Shopping fans are also catered to in San Pedro, thanks to Calzada San Pedro and Calzada del Valle.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • San Pedro is a surprisingly family-friendly destination by day but comes to life with bars and nightclubs after dark.

  • There’s no need to take lots of cash as most places in San Pedro will accept card payments.

  • Navigating public transit in San Pedro can be tricky so consider hiring a driver or renting your own vehicle.

  • Most attractions and businesses in San Pedro Garza García are wheelchair and stroller accessible, including Planetario Alfa.

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How to Get There

San Pedro Garza García is situated just 30 minutes southwest of Monterrey’s city center. While Monterrey has a robust public transit system, most travelers find it easiest to arrive and explore San Pedro by private vehicle. To reach Planetario Alfa, take advantage of the free shuttle service that runs from La Alameda in downtown Monterrey.

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When to Get There

Although some of San Pedro’s key attractions—such as Chipinque and Planetario Alfa—are best visited during the day, San Pedro really comes to life in the late afternoon and evening when the bars and restaurants in El Centrito open. Expect the largest crowds over weekends and holidays.

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Monterrey Day Trips

After you’ve exhausted your options in San Pedro and explored downtown Monterrey, swap the Nuevo León capital for nearby Santiago—this so-called "magic town" offers a charming escape from the business-driven city center. Alternatively, take a hike into the surrounding mountains, cool off at the Horsetail Waterfall (Cascada Cola de Caballo), or pay a visit to Parque Natural La Estanzuela.

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