Bars and Clubs Nightlife in Mexico
Mexico is particularly good at night? -the country is very lively, you can discover a huge number of fun activities and adventures on your mind.
There are nightclubs, concert halls and a variety of night tours, night beaches, cabarets and restaurants. One of the favourite cities for tourists is Acapulco. One gets the impression that it never sleeps. Life here is in full swing day and night. The city is situated on the shores of bays of extraordinary beauty. The beaches are stunning in their beauty and the vast amount of water entertainment, the weather is usually perfect, the city has a large number of hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, elegant discos, casinos and shows.
In a word, the nighttime affair will last a long time; there is a reason why the city is considered the 'night capital of Mexico'. The city's busiest night-time street is La Costera Miguel Aleman. It is here that restaurants, hotels, shops, nightclubs and the bullfighting arena are mainly located. Not only do foreign travellers come here, but also the locals Mexico itself.
Not only foreign travellers come here to relax, but also residents of Mexico itself. One of the most famous night spots in Acapulco is the Palladio disco, which takes place in the heart of the city. Also at night you can party at the Disco Beach Club, which is located on Condesa beach. It is always crowded and cool, and there are often popular foam parties.
In addition to Acapulco, tourists actively visit the town of Riviera Maya. Lovers of nightlife will be able to have a good time here, even though the town is the exact opposite of Acapulco. There is everything here: delicious cuisine, amazing beaches, incendiary discos, diving, itinerant street artists. The city's beautiful nature is simply mesmerising.
The nightlife of the Riviera Maya is also incredibly beautiful and many people come here for this. In the shops and shops of Mexican cities you can find souvenirs, masks, skulls... The fact is that Mexicans celebrate the day of the dead. It is said that at night, Mexicans gather in cemeteries, leaving food, candles, photos of the dead and drinks on the graves, hold family gatherings and, during the day, funerals with noisy songs and dances. There is even a trail of the dead in the ancient Indian city of Teotihuacan.