One of the great civilizations of the world, Mexico offers a blend of Spanish traditions and Meso-american cultures.
This mega-city is home to around 21 million people, which is a clear indication of the fact that it is the most popular metropolitan area in North America. Hordes of people all around the year visit Mexico for tourist endeavors and visit places like amazing resorts and big tourist centres, such as Cancun, Cozumel, Tulum, and Punta Cana. In this guide, we will take you through the Best Mexico Travel Guide and the places you can visit during your trip to Mexico.
Places to Visit in Mexico
From deserts to canyons of the north to the Maya ruins, jungles and beaches of the south, Mexico is a diverse country that offers all. Here are some best places to visit in Mexico.
- Mexico City
If there is one place in Mexico that offers a bit of everything, it has to be the capital, Mexico City. IF you are in the city for a limited number of days, you are going to have a real hard time preparing that itinerary, because you won’t know what to choose and what to leave out. No matter how good a job you do while shortlisting, you will anyway wish to have gotten the time to at least drop into a spot in Mexico City that you missed.
Mexico City is studded with political, artistic and cultural essence. It is among the world’s mega-cities with the population at over 2400 meter above sea level. In the city, you can enjoy the massive pyramids of Teotihuacan and the chief Toltec site at Tula. Moreover, you can also experience the pre-Hispanic cultures of Central Mexico.
- Chapultepec Park
One of the largest parks of the world, Chapultepec Park encompasses the La Feria amusement park, the Museum of Anthropology and the Mexico City Zoo. The museum has a vast collection of jewels, and Mexican civilization artifacts, sculptures.
If Chapultepec Park sounds like a fine combination of nature and history, that is because it is so. People of all age and tastes can enjoy being here. You can visit it from 9 AM to 7 PM (except Monday.)
- Explore Zocalo
Whenever we touring a country or city, one of the prime agendas is to visit places that give us an insight into that place’s cultural history. Zocalo is easily one of those places where you can let yourself be lost in the throes of history.
Located in the heart of Mexico City, the Zocalo plaza is from Aztec times encompassing the Palacio Nacional and Templo Mayor La Catedral Metropolitana is located just off the Zocalo. It is a magnificent cathedral and an ideal instance of Spanish colonial architecture with a gold altar.
When sauntering though nature, getting a taste of history and gaping at the architecture is done, there comes a time when you want to just chill and have fun. The various options when it comes to things to do in Cancun makes this place such a hot option.
Cancun offers you an enjoyable fun party in the sun. Moreover, you can visit some hidden, quiet markets and restaurants as well. The place offers resorts, picturesque beaches and spas. Also, you can enjoy some small nearby villages, Mayan ruins as well as archaeological sites.
Apart from these, you can visit a number of travel destinations in Mexico such as Oaxaca, Island of dolls, and more.
- Getting Around in Mexico
Public buses known as camiones are the most common option to travel in Mexico. For a long journey, you can travel through air and travel in-city and short distances; you can also use a taxi like Uber.
From colonial-era cities such as San Miguel de Allende to ancient archaeological sites to the contemporary metropolis of Mexico City, Mexico is home to updated minute style and thousands of years of history. You will have to spend days or even weeks first to shortlist all the places worth visiting and then finally zeroing in on the places that you will actually visit. And then is the turn of making books for your accommodation, and you may further get caught up in the call on whether to book a hotel or rent and Airbnb. We suggest you start right away.
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