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Things to do in Mexico

Travel to Mexico

Mexico is warm and sunny, has a strong identity and plenty of destinations that attract travellers. It is also comparatively more affordable. You can travel in between coasts for the best of the Atlantic and the Pacific. Cabo San Lucas is filled with excellent beaches, resorts and hotels, with eco-friendly options on offer. Want to learn something new on your next holiday? Go to surf camp! Travel to Mexico City- internationally recognized for its cultural riches as well as its many hip and up and coming neighborhoods. A big perk for many is the cuisine- eating authentic Mexican food from the numerous restaurants, open air markets and food stalls is unlike what you can get ”back home”. Mexico is also sourced with many historic sites and points of interests including a remarkable 26 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Travel to Mexico and discover it’s also a great place to take a siesta in a hammock in between fiestas and fish frys on the beach. Whatever your vacation aspirations may be, Mexico can oblige.

Cabo San Lucas

Often rated as one of Mexico’s top tourist spots, Cabo San Lucas offers unlimited access to beaches, nightlife venues, and golf courses. Read more about Cabo San Lucas…

Chihuahua

Chihuahua is a progressive city with an authentic old-world Mexican atmosphere. During your stay in Chihuahua, you can enter several history museums, taste some spicy norteno delicacies, and spend your day sightseeing via trolleybus. Read more about Chihuahua…

Guadalajara

The city of Guadalajara is regarded by many tourists as the perfect Mexican holiday destination. It is a progressive business center dotted with historic sites and cultural attractions. Read more about Guadalajara…

Guanajuato

The city of Guanajuato is highly regarded by a lot of tourists as one of the prime Mexican holiday destinations. Its winding streets, underground tunnels, and cultural landmarks are just some of the many wonderful points of interest to be found here. Read more about Guanajuato…

Merida

Merida is the capital of the state of Yucatan in Mexico and features a rich cultural history. It’s the perfect holiday location because you’ll see ancient ruins, beautiful caves, elegant hotels, and great performances and events. The ancient Mayan ruins around the city are hundreds of years old and are an unforgettable sight to see. Read more about Merida…

Mexico City

Mexico City, also known as Mexico DF, is a mesmerizing capital that charms its visitors with infinite opportunities of things to do in Mexico City – like Xochimilc, Teotihuacan and the Mexico City Zoo just to mention a few. Read more about Mexico City…

Monterrey

Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico. It has a thriving downtown with modern architecture, international cuisine, and great music. It is the perfect city for a holiday filled with wild weekends, cultural events, and delicious food. Read more about Monterrey…

Morelia

Morelia is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site for its beauty and historical significance. The city is small and easy to get around on by foot, which is why so many people love to spend their holidays in the quaint streets of Morelia. Read more about Morelia…

Oaxaca de Juarez

The city of Oaxaca de Juarez makes for a seamless holiday trip if you love exploring archeological sites, cultural attractions, and historic landmarks. It is also famous for its festivals and events that depict the city’s rich traditions and indigenous roots. Read more about Oaxaca…

Peubla

Snow-capped mountains and volcanoes are a permanent, picturesque background of the city of Puebla. When you go to the city for a holiday, you can take in the beautiful architecture, taste the delicious mole poblano, and spend a day hiking La Malinche, a volcano. Read more about Puebla…

San Cristóbal de las Casas

For many backpackers traveling through Mexico the small village San Cristóbal de las Casas is a given stop. Only an hour from the Tuxtla but up in the mountains, 2200 meter above sea level, the climate is not as warm as the rest of Chiapas but instead very fresco. Read more about San Cristóbal de las Casas…

San Jose del Cabo

Together with Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo composes the southernmost tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico. It is a major resort city dotted with historical structures and modern resort facilities. Read more about San Jose del Cabo…

San Miguel de Allende

The city of San Miguel de Allende has a lazy, quiet atmosphere that attracts tourists, holiday makers, and foreign retirees. Better suited as a town rather than a city, San Miguel de Allende offers several hot springs, cultural attractions, and wedding venues to visitors. Read more about San Miguel de Allende…

Zacatecas

From its vivid history as a silver mining town to its present metropolitan atmosphere, Zacatecas has remained to be one of the most important cities in Mexico. Read more about Zacatecas…