Mexico Travel Guide

Mexico Travel Guide

Think of Mexico and you’ll picture a beach chair with a margarita in hand and enjoying the sunshine on a white sand beach. On the Caribbean getaway, the diverse country Mexico welcomes its visitors with extravagant hotels, epic outdoor adventure, fascinating history, lively culture, and incredible nightlife. Interestingly, there is no bad time to visit one of the cheapest countries to travel in the world-famous for its delicious cuisine and awesome tequila.


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“Mexico City” – the capital city of Mexico offers beguiling architectural marvels, innovative food scene and top-notch museums. Mexico City aka DMX is one of the most spectacular cities in the world where visitors can find numerous landmarks associated with the Mexican Revolution. The prime attraction of this amazing city is one of the most sacred cathedrals for Catholics, the “Basilica of Lady of Guadalupe.

Other famous cities or towns you must not miss visiting in Mexico include; “Guadalajara” – an interesting city and home to iconic Mexican traditions including tequila and mariachi; “Oaxaca City” – a unique city in the Southern Mexico well known for its open-air food markets, breathtaking mountains and textile museum; and “San Miguel de Allende” - a city where you can see the intriguing blend of Mexican past and present and home to Mexico's most interesting tequila company SMA.

Known for its beaches, Mexico has a long list of pretty beaches and islands. The best beaches and islands to visit in Mexico are: “Puerto Vallarta” – a safe city in Mexico with beautiful white sand beaches and clear waters; “Cancun” – a beautiful beach resort famous for its ravishing nightlife; “Isla Mujeres” – a beautiful island famous for the Mayan ruins, an ecological park and underwater museum; “Riviera Maya” – on the eastern coast of Mexico Riviera Maya is full of gorgeous beaches and topnotch hotels and resorts; and “Puerto Escondido”- a peaceful coastal town and the best way to embrace the laid-back way of life.

Mexico is also rich in history and culture. To explore its history and culture do not miss to visit “Puebla” – a central Mexican state home to Museum of the Baroque and believed to be the birthplace of Mexican cuisine; “Palenque”- an ancient Mayan city enriched with Mayan history; “Chichen Itza” – home to UNESCO’s World Heritage site the famous Mayan ruins; and “Agua Azul waterfalls” – a spectacular place to witness stunning waterfalls, blue water, and intriguing natural formation full of history.

Experiencing world-class scuba diving; climbing atop ancient Mayan ruins, exploring colorful colonial towns, and indulging in Mexican cuisine are among the top things to do in Mexico.