Plaza Fiesta San Agustin
With over 300 outlets—including high-end retailers, jewelers, and homeware stores—the 2-story Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is the largest shopping mall in metropolitan Monterrey. Pick up souvenirs, catch a movie at the on-site cinema, or simply enjoy a glimpse into local life as you browse department stores and brands.
Situated within easy reach of Monterrey city center, Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is the ideal spot to spend an afternoon if the Monterrey heat gets too much. Populated with hundreds of stores from the affordable to the high-end—including international brands such as Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, and Bershka—Plaza Fiesta is the perfect place to pick up some new clothes, souvenirs, or games before grabbing a spot of lunch at the food court. Meanwhile, youngsters and adults alike will appreciate the nostalgic Interactive Toy Museum (MIJU) and multiplex cinema.
Things to Know Before You Go
With stores, a cinema, and even a toy museum, there’s likely something to suit most at Plaza Fiesta.
Don’t worry about bringing cash, as there are plenty of banks and ATMS.
There’s free Wi-Fi, accessible bathrooms, and on-site parking at Plaza Fiesta San Agustín.
Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is fully wheelchair and stroller accessible; there are also wheelchairs available to borrow.
How to Get There
Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is situated in the San Pedro Garza García municipality, just a 10-minute drive from downtown Monterrey. Travelers typically find it easiest to arrive by private vehicle, skipping the hassle of renting a car in favor of ordering a rideshare.
When to Get There
Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is open daily from the mid-morning until the late evening, although the on-site cinema typically stays open later for nighttime screenings. Visit in the morning or midweek to browse the stores while the mall is quiet and avoid weekends and holidays, when Plaza Fiesta is at its busiest.
What to Do in San Pedro Garza García
After an afternoon at the mall, get back to nature and venture into the Chipinque Ecological Park, visit the interactive Planetario Alfa to learn about science via hands-on exhibits, or stick around until after dark when San Pedro’s nightlife strip—known locally as El Centrito—comes to life.
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