Looking For Your Next Vacation? Discover The Magic Of Mexico!

Are you on the lookout for your next vacation destination? Are you after a place that offers pristine beaches, ancient sites, and bustling cities? If so, why not choose magical Mexico? Here are some highlights to include in your visit, and some tips to help you get around with minimal hassle.

Where to go and how to get around

Hitting the beach

If you’re eager to take advantage of the golden sands and turquoise waters, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Cancun is the chosen port of call for many tourists. If you’re looking for nightlife, busy restaurants, and watersports, this is the place for you. If you’re hoping to relax and escape it all, it’s best avoided. Cabo San Lucas draws huge crowds for Spring Break but is more sedate during low season. Playa del Carmen is lively. But it’s renowned for chic wine bars and waterfront cocktails rather than souvenir shops and clubs. Isla Mujeres, a short boat ride from Cancun, is an idyllic spot to flee the crowds. Here, you’ll find a deserted lighthouse, a turtle sanctuary, and ancient Mayan ruins.

White sandy beach of Cancun, Mexico | Photo credit: Maria Michelle | Source:www.pixabay.com

White sandy beach of Cancun, Mexico | Photo credit: Maria Michelle | Source: http://www.pixabay.com

Mexico City

In the past, Mexico City was a destination feared by many. But today, it’s an increasingly interesting proposition for tourists. It may not be on a par with Paris and Rome, but it’s certainly climbing the popularity lists. A mysterious and intriguing city, there’s no denying its beauty and grandeur. There a list of sights as long as your arm, and some incredible cultural experiences on offer. Start your visit with a trip to Palacio Nacional before making your way to Templo Mayor and Monumento a la Revolución. If you’re interested in art, you won’t want to miss out on Museo Frida Kahlo. Many airlines offer direct flights to Mexico City. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll find that you can walk to most places of interest. If you’re eager to cram a lot in during a short trip, consider booking a guided tour. You can also get around by public bus or flag down a pesero. This is a minibus service, which is run by private firms. For more travel tips, take a look at http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/mexico-city-cultural-tips/.

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral | Photo credit: Rory Finneren | Source: www.flickr.com

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral | Photo credit: Rory Finneren | Source: http://www.flickr.com

Culture and history

Chichen Itza is an ancient wonder worth discovering on your Mexican travels. You can organize day tours, or hire a car if you fancy exploring the area at your own leisure. Check out sites like Carrot.mx to find out more. Tulum is another gem to include on your itinerary if you’re a history enthusiast. If you’re hoping to combine beach days with cultural experiences, this is an ideal base for you. Located around 100 miles south of Cancun, this is a beautiful national park that boasts temples overlooking the rolling waves. Spend your days at the beach, go trekking in the jungle, and learn all about the Mayans.

Tulum, Mayan archaeological site of El Castillo, in Quintana Roo | Photo credit: Mi Quitos | Source: www.flickr.com

Tulum, Mayan archaeological site of El Castillo, in Quintana Roo | Photo credit: Mi Quitos | Source: http://www.flickr.com

Mexico is a fascinating country, which offers stunning scenery and boasts a rich history. There’s something for everyone here. You can spend your time soaking up the rays, exploring the deep blue seas or discovering the ancient ruins. Alternatively, head to Mexico City. Wander around the museums and learn all about this city’s troubled past and promising future.

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