Stay close to Toluca's best things to do

Even if you're only in Toluca for a quick corporate trip, make time to explore the attractions of one of Mexico's fastest-growing urban areas. Radisson Hotel Del Rey Toluca makes an excellent home base and is ideally located near the trendy shops, restaurants and entertainment at Galerías Toluca as well as the city's gorgeous art galleries and museums. Plan a day trip to Mexico City, just 63 kilometers away, or stay close to Toluca with a tour of Calixtlahuaca, a fascinating Mesoamerican archeological site. When you have to head home, Toluca International Airport (TLC) is only 17 kilometers away.
Select what to see in a map

Cosmovitral

1.98 mi / 3.18 km from the hotel
Considered the crown jewel of the city, Cosmovitral is a wonderful place to lose yourself for a few hours. Wander across bridges and beside fountains as you appreciate the lush gardens filled with stained-glass murals designed by Leopoldo Flores.

Galerías Metepec

2.01 mi / 3.24 km from the hotel
With more than 130 shops and restaurants, Galerías Metepec is one of the area's most popular shopping centers. If you want to cool off, go skating in the Icedome.

Galerías Toluca

0.34 mi / 0.55 km from the hotel
Hunt for bargains and shop for your favorite brands at Galerías Toluca. You can take a break from shopping to grab a bite to eat or watch a movie at the cinema.

Museo de Bellas Artes de Toluca

1.88 mi / 3.02 km from the hotel
This fine-arts gallery was once a convent and is now the oldest museum in the city. Visit to see more than 400 pieces of artwork from the 16th century to the 19th century.

Museo Felipe Santiago Gutierrez

2.04 mi / 3.29 km from the hotel
During a time when many Mexican artists painted their subjects with European features regardless of their descent, Gutiérrez opted for a realistic representation. He also instructed his contemporary, José María Velasco, in drawing figures.

Museo Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon

1.73 mi / 2.78 km from the hotel
Located on the campus of the University of the State of Mexico, this museum honors a national hero who led revolutionary rebels during the Mexican War of Independence.