Naucalpan de Juarez is a municipality in Greater Mexico City, located in the Valley of Mexico and just north-west of Mexico City proper. This primarily urbanised location boasts a few landmark tourist attractions, over 100 neighbourhoods and a concentration of villages and residential housing developments. Naucalpan serves as a major hub of industry for the country of Mexico.
The Museo De Soumaya is one of the predominant tourist attractions with its containment of various murals and sculptures including Rodin’s famous “Gates of Hell”. The Torres De Satelite is the most famous point of interest, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Los Remedios National Park persists as one of the only remaining green spaces and encloses the famous Sanctuary of the Virgin of Los Remedios.
Personal vehicles are the most prominent form of transit around the area being well connected by motorway network for Mexico City. The nearest airport is the Benito Juarez International Airport, located in Mexico City more than 25 kilometres away.
Naucalpan de Juarez once housed the Toreo de Cuatro Caminos, a monumental landmark torn down in 2009 to make room for increasing commercial growth. The Virgin of Los Remedios is a small image of the Virgin Mary historically connected with the Spanish conquest.