State of Aguascalientes

Aguascalientes is a leader in the growth of the manufacturing industry, based on the development of clusters for industry sectors.

It highlight such industries like textiles, cars, electronics, information technologies, commerce and services, exports, robotics, food, furniture, and transportation.


This city has seen an explosion in manufacturing by big foreign automotive companies.




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In general, the climate of the State of Aguascalientes is semi-dry with a yearly average temperature of 63°F (17.4°C).


The Aguascalientes International Airport (AGU) receives nonstop flights from Dallas, Houston and Los Angeles, or connect from Mexico City (1h 10m) or Monterrey (1h 15m).

Where to Stay

Five-star venues topping the list include the historic 85-room Quinta Real, with 5,300 ft² (493 m²) of meeting space and the 192-room Fiesta Americana with 10,850 ft² (1,008 m²) of function space, as well as the Aguascalientes Marriott Hotel, with a grand 14,500 ft² (1,345 m²) of event space plus 269 well-equipped, modern rooms.

Where to Meet

The San Marcos Convention Center has meeting and event space for over 4,000 with 53,819 ft² (5,000 m²) including 8 rooms, an auditorium and an esplanade. There are several excellent off-site venues as well, including the historical Morelos Theater for events up to 500 people; the 18th-century Casa de la Cultura, with two outdoor areas for up to 265 attendees total; and the Interactive Museum of Science and Technology, with several rooms, an auditorium, an IMAX theater and a central patio for up to 1,155 total people plus 48,438 ft² (4,500 m²) of gardens for social events.

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What to Do

Coincide your event with one of several grand fiestas, including Mexico’s oldest and largest, the San Marcos Fair, held every year in April. Outside the city, Aguascalientes is a magnet for adventure tourism.