Christmas arrives in Monterrey with a festival of lights in Parque Fundidora

The iconic Christmas festival of lights, Luztopia, began its fifth season decorating Parque Fundidora, the urban park of the capital of the state of Nuevo León and thus bringing the Christmas spirit to the people of Monterrey in the industrial city of the north of the country.

Through their social networks, the Ministry of Tourism of Nuevo León shared photos and videos of the inauguration of this urban Christmas setting, which according to its organizers presumes to be: the largest Christmas lights festival in Mexico.

The The red button to start the 2022 Christmas celebrations in the city of Nuevo Leon was pressed by the mayor of the city, Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas, who, accompanied by his family, inaugurated the V Edition “Cuento Encantado” of the festival of lights.

The Christmas festival is distributed throughout the entire industrial park With more than 200 light-up figures and other interactive attractions that bring the space to life, full of music, color, flavor and community.

In addition, those who decide to attend will be able to enjoy different attractions such as the Ferris wheel, the iconic castle that will present a multimedia show every hour, photography with Santa and the Grinch, a craft market, Mexican snacks and for the first time a 130-meter zip line. meters long that will cross the Lake of Waves.

The facilities will remain until Sunday, January 8, from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., every day except December 24 and 31. Tickets are on sale on the festival page or through the App “Passport NL”. The cost ranges from $105 to $260 pesos, with special 5×4 packages.

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The Christmas Festival of Lights It will also have a presence in the city of León in Guanajuatowill be inaugurated on December 1 and will remain until January 8, 2023, in Parque Explora.

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