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CENTRO ROBERTO GARZA SADA

The Centro Roberto Garza Sada (CRGS) at the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM) stands as a beacon of innovation and creativity in the arts and design, housed within a masterpiece designed by the renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando. Established with a vision to nurture talent and foster cultural enrichment, the Roberto Garza Sada Center serves as a hub for interdisciplinary collaboration and artistic exploration. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and guided by a team of esteemed faculty and industry professionals, CRGS offers a diverse range of programs and initiatives spanning architecture, design, and arts. Through a combination of rigorous academic training, hands-on experience, and exposure to real-world challenges, the Roberto Garza Sada Center empowers students to push the boundaries of creativity and make meaningful contributions to society. Committed to excellence and driven by a passion for artistic expression, the Roberto Garza Sada Center continues to inspire the next generation of visionary artists, designers, and innovators.

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Estoa

The Estoa building at the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM) stands as a striking architectural landmark, symbolizing the university's dedication to excellence in education and innovation. Designed by the acclaimed architect Tatiana Bilbao, it embodies a fusion of modernity and functionality. This architectural masterpiece facilitates collaboration and creativity, providing a dynamic environment for students and faculty to engage in interdisciplinary pursuits. With its sleek and contemporary design, Estoa offers modern classrooms, administrative services, and communal spaces that foster a vibrant academic community. Moreover, Estoa serves as a hub for cultural and artistic events, hosting exhibitions, performances, and lectures that enrich the campus experience. As a centerpiece of UDEM's campus, Estoa not only embodies the university's commitment to academic excellence but also serves as a source of inspiration for generations of students striving to make a positive impact on society.

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Tecnológico de Monterrey

Monterrey Campus

Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico and, thanks to the high quality of the tourist services it offers, is considered a world-class destination. It is a multicultural city where culture, adventure, entertainment, and business converge. The Monterrey Campus of Tecnológico de Monterrey has been designed to create the perfect environment, fostering commitment to intense academic activity, research, and recreation, allowing the full innovative and entrepreneurial potential of students and faculty to flourish.

Founded in 1947, four years after the establishment of Tecnológico de Monterrey, its university campus was inaugurated in the south of the city. This space, now known as the Monterrey Campus of Tecnológico de Monterrey, was the first university campus in Mexico and one of the first in Latin America.

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Monterrey
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Monterrey

Nestled in the picturesque foothills of the Sierra Madre Oriental, Monterrey stands as a vibrant metropolis renowned for its unique blend of modernity and tradition. The imposing Cerro de la Silla, or Saddle Mountain is a distinctive geological formation, resembling a massive saddle, and serves as an emblematic symbol of Monterrey's identity and pride. The city is surrounded by mountains that not only offer breathtaking panoramic views from its summits but also invite adventurers and nature enthusiasts to explore its trails and beautiful surroundings.

But Monterrey's allure extends beyond its natural wonders to its rich cultural tapestry, exemplified by the historic Barrio Antiguo. This charming district, characterized by its colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, exudes a timeless charm, inviting visitors to stroll through its bustling plazas and vibrant markets. Here, one can immerse themselves in the city's storied past while savoring traditional cuisine at local eateries or browsing artisanal crafts in quirky boutiques.

Monterrey's cultural scene is diverse and vibrant, offering a dynamic blend of traditions, arts, and entertainment. From world-class museums like MARCO (Museum of Contemporary Art) and the Mexican History Museum, to the Horno3 at Fundidora Park, a former steel foundry turned cultural and recreational hub, there's something for everyone. The city pulsates with live music venues, theaters, and galleries, providing a platform for local talent to shine and inviting visitors to immerse themselves in Monterrey's creative energy.

Monterrey celebrates its rich culinary heritage with bustling food markets, street vendors serving up mouthwatering tacos, and upscale restaurants redefining Mexican cuisine. Festivals and events punctuate the calendar year-round, like the lively Festival Internacional Santa Lucía during the months of October and November. Monterrey's cultural offerings reflect the city's dynamic spirit and its commitment to preserving its heritage while embracing innovation and creativity.

Accomodation

Hotel Live Aqua Urban Resort Monterrey Valle

Av. Lazaro Cardenas 2424 , Zona Loma Larga Oriente, 66260 Monterrey, Nuevo León, México


Room price

Single or double room: $4,900 MXN

Promotion code: G1RPOM@AQV

Single room breakfast included: $5,385 MXN

Double room breakfast included: $5,870 MXN

Promotion code: G1REKB@AQV

Hotel Grand Fiesta Americana Monterrey Valle

Av. Lazaro Cardenas 2424 , Zona Loma Larga Oriente, 66260 Monterrey, Nuevo León, México


Room price

Single or double room: $3,200 MXN

Promotion code: G1RPOK@FGV

Single room breakfast included: $3,685 MXN

Double room breakfast included: $4,170 MXN

Promotion code: G1RPOK@FGV

Camino Real Fashion Drive

Av. Lázaro Cárdenas No. 1002 Col. Del Valle Oriente, 66260 San Pedro Garza García, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México.


Room price

Single or double room: $2,350 MXN

Promotion code: CUMULUSFDEP


Single or double room breakfast included: $2,650 MXN

Promotion code: CUMULUSBB



Camino Real Monterrey

Av. Diego Rivera No. 2492 Col. Valle Oriente, 66200 San Pedro Garza García, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México.


Room price

Single or double room: $2,250 MXN

Promotion code: CUMULUSEP


Single or double room breakfast included: $2,550 MXN

Promotion code: CUMULUSBB



Novotel Monterrey Valle

Ave Lazaro Cardenas 3000, Esq Dr Atl. Col. Valle Oriente, San Pedro Garza Garcia 66269 Monterrey, Nuevo León, México


Room price

Single or double room: $1,300 MXN

Promotion code: Congress CUMULUS 2024

Single room breakfast included: $1,450 MXN

Double room breakfast included: $1,620 MXN

Promotion code: Congress CUMULUS 2024
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