Things to do in Mexico


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Xochimilco

Things to do in Mexico

Xochimilco, meaning 'flower field', is the third-largest borough in Mexico City and sits to the south of the historic centre and has a culture all of its own. Traditionally it was separate from the main area and as a result, unique traditions were built over time which later merged with those of the city. These traditions are typified by a huge network of canals and artificial islands, known as... More info

Valladolid

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The importance of Valladolid in Mexico’s history is incomparable. There are two main events that happened in this city,1847 the Caste War of Yucatan, which began with the revolt of native Mayan people of Yucatan against the population of European descent. The second event is the “first spark of the Mexican revolution” in 1910; which is considered a precursor movement of the Mexican revolutio... More info

Tulum

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A trio of bohemian beach life, value for money, and ancient Mayan history Gorgeous white-sand beaches, friendly and easy-going locals, good food, relaxation, and spirituality are some of Tulum´s timeless and simple pleasures. Once a sleepy hippie outpost, Tulum has become a popular destination for those searching for a relaxing and close-to-nature vacation. There are actually three places c... More info

Tlalpan

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Tlalpan is a green, leafy suburb that is south of Mexico City. The region is made up of several small towns; Chicalcoyotl, San Pedro Martir, San Andres Totoltepec, Xicalco, and San Miguel Ajusco. Over time they have merged as the rise in population and lack of space has forced the borders of the city to expand. Although Tlalpan is technically within the urbanized area it has clung to its provin... More info

Merida

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Merida is the capital and main city of Yucatan; it is also the most populated city in the state. It is been exponentially growing as a tourist destination over the years, as it is famed for its colonial cities and Mayan villages, gastronomy, and its proximity to the coast and archeological sites like Chichen Itza.  It was founded by Spanish conquistadors on January 6, 1542, over the vestig... More info

Centro Historico

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Centro Historico, or simply ‘Centro’, is the historic center of Mexico City and an area of cultural importance. Many of the 9,000 buildings here were built in the 16th and 17th centuries, and the district features magnificent architecture dating from this era following the Spanish invasion. Centro Historico is a World Heritage Site and a must-visit for anyone traveling to Mexico City. The Z... More info

Cancun

Things to do in Mexico

Cancun is everything you want and more! It is a tropical paradise and a city that never sleeps; is a top tourist destination, located in the Caribbean, with great tropical weather white sand beaches, and a beautiful blue sea. But that is not the only thing Cancun has to offer; as a modern city, there are many accommodation options, exciting nightlife, and so many different activities. Believe u... More info

Cozumel

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It is Mexico's largest island and is world-renowned as a divers paradise. The name of this famous scuba diving destination in Mayan means 'Land of Swallows'. Cozumel became known worldwide in the early sixties after the explorer Jacques Cousteau named it one of the most beautiful scuba diving areas of the world. Cozumel attracts tourism as both a recreational and professional scuba diving locat... More info

Paa Mul

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Paa Mul, conveniently located 10 minutes south of Playa del Carmen and before Puerto Aventuras keeps its Mayan name which means 'hill or ruin destroyed'. Paa Mul is excellent for campers with RV amenities, is very close to the reef, and an ideal spot for snorkeling. Camping is allowed, so bring your tent and portable BBQ for an unforgettable time on the beach watching the sunsets and sunrises! ... More info

Progreso

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Progreso is a port city located on the Gulf of Mexico. Its foundation arose from the need for a henequen exportation port that was close to the state capital. The Federal Government granted permission on February 25, 1856. Nowadays, this port city is where the main fishing industry is, as well as the industry where containers are distributed to the neighboring provinces, and more recently where... More info