Tlalnepantla Travel Guide, Mexico
Tlalnepantla is one of the most important towns of Mexico. Tlalnepantla is definitely not one of the talked about tourist destinations of the world. But the city offers everything that you look for in your holiday.
There are historical sights in the city that take you back in early centuries. The fantastic hotels of the town like the Crown Plaza, Fiesta Inn, Camino Real, and Sheraton’s Four Point etc offer everything that will make your stay comfortable. The place offers a good number of options to treat your taste buds with Mexican food. There are a large number of restaurants in the town that offer fantastic Mexican cuisine. For those who want to shake their leg all night there are a lot of good night clubs and discos to a great night out. Hence, Tlalnepantla offers everything to make your holiday an enjoyable affair.
Area: 83.48 sq Km
Population: 12 million (approx)
Languages spoken: Spanish, number of Nahuatl, Mayan and tribal dialects
The remnants of the past can be seen in the form of old buildings in the town standing amidst the bustling cosmopolitan. The architectural beauty of the old convents and churches is something that will fascinate you. The two pyramids standing in Tlalnepantla speak of the architectural superiority of the people of the city in the older days. The architecture of the Gustavo Baz square and Tenayuca’s pyramid has always attracted the tourists.
Tlalnepantla is one of the biggest industrial towns in Mexico. The initial industries of smelting, mining, chemicals and machine building are responsible for the growth of the town. Today Tlalnepantla has more than 2700 industries making it one of the most prosperous regions of Mexico. The industries like textiles, petroleum and tobacco products have lately flourished in the region. The town has a sound infrastructure with a good network of rail and roads.
People and culture
The people of Tlalnepantla are very vivacious and live life with full zeal. The people of Mexico take pride in their age old customs and rituals and follow them with full devotion. You will get a warm welcome by the people of Tlalnepantla unless you show any kind of disrespect for their culture. Learning a few words of Spanish will help you to get closer to the local people of Tlalnepantla. The people here love to celebrate their festivals with great pomp and show. Visiting Tlalnepantla during one of the festival seasons can be an added feature in your holidays. Seeing the people of the city celebrating their festivals is the best way to get a glimpse of their culture and traditions.
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