Top 10 of Mexico

1. Tulum Ruins

Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico, Tulum has it all. It is located south of Cancun, almost 130 km. The Tulum ruins have the most spectacular and paradisiacal beaches in the Riviera Maya, with turquoise waters and fine white sand. The combination of the ruins, surrounded by thick jungles and large beaches make this place a must-see in the country.

2. Tour of Teotihuacán

The archaeological zone of Teotihuacán, declared a World Heritage Site, was the largest city in all of Mesoamerica and contains the third tallest pyramid in the world: The Pyramid of the Sun. Climbing it is a challenge to the legs and lungs, but the view is worth the sorrow. It is located less than an hour from the downtown area of ​​Mexico City.

3. Knowing the Escondida Beach in the Marietas Islands

Worthy of a photographic postcard, Escondida Beach in the state of Nayarit is positioned as the favorite place to visit during your stay in Mexico. It is a beach located deep in a cavern that can be seen from a natural skylight. It is a protected area that has abundant marine life ideal for snorkeling and boating with the possibility of spotting dolphins and in-migration season, humpback whales, giant manta rays, and killer whales.

4. Underwater Museum of Art in Cancun, Quintana Roo

Mexico is known for its rich history and its varied museums, but there is no museum in the world like the one in Cancun. The Underwater Museum of Art is a museum built in 2009 at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea. The best way to get to the Underwater Museum of Art is by hiring a snorkeling or diving tour.

5. Spend a day in Coyoacán (and fill yourself with Frida Kahlo)

South of Mexico City is the neighborhood of Coyoacan, where Frida Kahlo was home with her husband, Diego Rivera. Caza Azul, today is governed as a museum dedicated to his life and work.

6. Chichen Itza

Named one of the wonders of the modern world, Chichen Itza is a unique place to visit if we plan a trip to Mexico. Located in the Yucatan peninsula, it enters the cities of Mérida and Cancun.

7. Bathing in the cenotes of Yucatan

To rest after having walked through the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza, a bath in the various cenotes that the peninsula has is a pleasure. These wells of freshwater earned him the worship of the Mayans and were considered sacred places.

8. Try the typical Mexican dishes

Considered Intangible Heritage by Unesco, Mexican cuisine is varied throughout its territory, but some of its typical dishes such as tacos, enchiladas, or guacamole cannot fail to be tasted during this visit.

9. Rent an all-inclusive in Acapulco

Considered the most traditional resort in Mexico, famous for the quality and diversity of its hotels, resorts, and leisure centers. Its beaches of more than 20 km and lie on the mountains of abundant vegetation of the Sierra Madre del Sur. With "360 days of sunshine" a year, this city also has intense nightlife, full of bars and restaurants.

10. Los Cabos

Los Cabos has become a place that in just a few years was winning over international tourism in Mexico, as it combines beautiful beaches with luxury hotels like no other.