It is a city of wide avenues and small places to sit and eat, to relax as folk who go about their day. The rest are parks and wild spaces, a chance to walk among nature or enjoy riding on bicycles. Yet perhaps my favorite thing was the river that flowed through both cities, crossing the bridges, pausing just to look at the view I saw every day and loved it all the more. Laredo is an infusion of culture from our sister city, a border town with year round American & Mexican traditions with a stunning nightlife.
All streets lead to downtown brings fresh ideas on an enormous potential. From our active art district to our Outlet Shoppes of Laredo. More than a 3 million people cross our international bridges making us the largest inland port of entry.
Downtown Laredo prides itself with plenty of restaurants, bakeries, farmers market, and wonderful events all year. You can find hidden gems like El Meson de San Agustin featured on Taste of Laredo during our Washington's Birthday Celebration as one of the " Top 10 Authentic Mexican Dish". Laredo also holds their monthly farmers market showcasing farmers from the valley bringing freshness every month promoting health and lifestyle for the community.
Laredo is also known for its diversity in culture with their sister city celebrating Washington's Birthday Celebration, Jamboozie Music Festival, Menudo Bowl, L.I.F.E Downs, Down Town Business Meetings, with a wide variety of venues for businesses with a vivid food park atmosphere. There is always somewhere to go and something to do!
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|Median Household Income||$43,351|