There are quite a number of places to visit in this large gem in the North America and you’ll have to spend years to travel if you do not have clear directions. I’ve do you a favor and sorted out the 10 best spots you must not miss. Hope you love this A-list.
- Cancun – One of the world’s most popular and famous beaches, known for its clear Caribbean waters, its lively party atmosphere, and its wealth of recreational facilities. During Spring Break it is noted for drinking, sunburning, and debauchery.
- Mexico City – Highland megalopolis, ancient Aztec capital, kaleidoscopic canvas of riveting museums, culinary adventures and masked wrestlers
- Playa del Carmen – The Riviera Maya’s toniest stop offers amazing daytrips to crystalline cenotes, spectacular diving and an 800-year-old ruin or two
- Acapulco – A sophisticated urban beach setting known for its top-notch nightlife, elegant dining, and nightmarish traffic. Many of the older (pre-1990s) concrete structures have suffered tropical decay.
- Mazatlan – A gorgeous colonial district only a short walk from a 20km-long crescent of sandy beach
- Tijuana – Mexico’s busiest border crossing for pedestrians and private vehicles, and a long-time bargain Mecca for southern Californians due to its proximity with San Diego.
- Monterrey – A large modern city that is the commercial and industrial hub of Northern Mexico. Monterrey enjoys a dry, mountainous setting and is known for its high-quality educational and transportation infrastructure.
- Guadalajara – A traditional city, capital of Jalisco state, and the home of mariachi music and tequila. Guadalajara is blessed with perpetual spring weather and its colonial downtown is graceful and sophisticated.
- Oaxaca – Fascinatingly lovely colonial city with great crafts, great ruins and great food
- Teotihuacan – Explore a pair of mysterious and majestic pyramids, remnants of a mighty civilization
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