The city of Monterrey, with a population in excess of 3.4 million, is Mexico’s third largest city and high tech/industrial centerpiece. Monterrey also enjoys the distinction of being one of Latin America’s more enchanting cosmopolitan centers.
by Peter Colman on June 1, 2011 in Anthropology, Archaeology, Arts, Business and Economy, Colonial Destinations, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Dance, Education, Festivals, History, Industries, Music, Northern Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Regions & States, Uncategorized, Visual Arts
by Peter Colman on April 22, 2011 in Activities, Agriculture, Arts, Central Mexico, Chihuahua, Culture, Durango, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, History, Industries, Locations, Northern Mexico, Other, Regions & States, Tourism, Travel, Uncategorized
The city of Durango (formerly known as Victoria de Durango), is also the capital of the Mexican state of Durango, a 47,000 square mile, semi-arid terrain in Mexico’s north central regio
Each of these three cities in Mexico are well known for their friendly business climate. Each city has a unique history, work force, political and geographic location. These are several of the significant business centers in Mexico and internationally. The continued growth of this expansion is expected to grow in the future decades.
by Peter Colman on February 19, 2011 in Agriculture, Anthropology, Chihuahua, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, History, Locations, My Mexican Experience, Northern Mexico, Sea of Cortes, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tourism, Transportation, Travel
The century-old engineering masterpiece and eco-touristic marvel known affectionately by its Mexican hosts as ‘El ChePe,’ has been described by the Readers Digest as “The most dramatic train ride in the western hemisphere …”