Take in the sights of this Tollocan neighborhood
Explore Toluca to find out why the State of Mexico’s capital city has earned the title La Bella, the Beautiful. From the colonial architecture and museums downtown to the modern industrial sector where the Radisson is located, Toluca has something for both the business traveler and the vacationer. You can also travel to Mexico City, 63 kilometers away, and spend the day touring Aztec ruins and Diego Rivera murals between bites of tostados. When it’s time for you to depart this charming Mexican city, the Toluca International Airport (TLC) is about 17 kilometers from the hotel.
Visit these popular attractions nearby:
- Galerías Toluca (2.2 km)
Browse the stores at Toluca’s main shopping center. From clothing and accessories to food and entertainment, Galerías Toluca has it all.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 211-3660
- Museo Modelo Ciencias e Industria (3.5 km)
This museum showcases the saga of Grupo Modelo, a major brewery in Mexico.
Phone +1 (52) 722 226 2244
- Cosmovitral (3.8 km)
See the three-year project designed by Toluca’s notable artisan, Leopoldo Flores. This stained glass mural is the crown jewel of the art gallery that was previously the popular 16 de Septiembre Market.
Phone: +1 (52) 155 5042-5871
- Museo de Bellas Artes de Toluca (4.1 km)
Founded in 1945, this is Toluca’s oldest museum. This 18th-century building, previously a convent, contains valuable artwork almost destroyed by church authorities.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 215-5329
- Museo Jose Maria Velasco (4.2 km)
Famous for his landscape paintings, Jose Maria Velasco was one of Mexico’s most prominent artists during the 19th century.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 213-2814
- Plaza de los Martires (4.2 km)
This historic square features a monument of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla as well as the Toluca Cathedral, which took more than a century to build.
- Museo Felipe Santiago Gutierrez (4.3 km)
During a time when most Mexican artists painted their subjects with European features regardless of their descent, Gutierrez opted for a realistic representation. He also instructed his contemporary, Jose Maria Velasco, in drawing figures.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 213-2647
- Museo Taller Nishizawa (4.3 km)
A landscape painter and muralist born in the State of Mexico, Nishizawa also studied Japanese art and taught fine arts at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 215-7465
- Galerías Metepec (4.5 km)
Since 1980, this mall has been a popular place for shopping, dining and entertainment in Metepec.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 232-5865
- Museo Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon (4.5 km)
Visit the home of Jose Maria Morelos, a priest and leader of the revolutionary rebels during the Mexican War for Independence.
Phone: +1 (52) 722 226-2300 ext. 1300
- Teatro Morelos (6.7 km)
Visit this stunning local theater to see a variety of dramatic productions and dance performances.
Phone: +1 (52) (722) 276-1900