Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Laredo
Founded by Don Tomas Sanchez, the San Agustin de Laredo Historic District once comprised of whole Laredo. Today the district is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Explore the enormous San Agustin Cathedral and other brick houses with strong Spanish and Mexican influences while roaming in its streets.
One of the two main business areas in Laredo, the Downtown Laredo lies opposite to the Rio Grande. The area is home to various worthwhile attractions like the Fort McIntosh and the historic Hamilton Hotel. Shoppers will love to shop at El Portal Center mall. Don’t forget to visit the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum.
Getting its name from Thomas C. Nye who introduced the Bermuda onion culture into community, the neighborhood of Nye is one of the newer residential areas in Laredo that offers wide boulevards and streets, ideal for swimming.