You’ve Just Got To Go To Mexico

You plan to travel to Mexico in the near future and have no idea what to visit? You have an endless list of highlights, but you don’t know which one you’d like better?

Below, we will give you an essential guide of the best places to visit when you travel to this wonderful country. Because Mexico is a place full of beauty and history that deserve to be seen at least once in a lifetime.

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Well let’s start!

TEOTIHUACÁN

Teotihuacán is considered a sacred place of worship by all Mexicans. Located only 50 kilometers from Mexico City, this architectural location is full of beauty and history, conserving remains of constructions that carried out from the first civilizations that inhabited the place.

The highlight of this place is the great Pyramid of the Sun that welcomes all the tourists who approach the place, being considered one of the largest pyramids in the world.

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

This beautiful city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, being one of the best preserved places in Mexico and with a great cultural richness.

Its stone streets, the houses of all colors, its artisanal markets, the fruit and food stands on the street and its wide variety of churches and squares make this city a small earthly paradise that will delight the lovers of the Mexican tradition.

CHICHÉN ITZÁ

This place is considered one of the seven wonders of the world, so if you travel to Mexico you can’t leave without visiting it and enjoying its spectacular views from the top of one of its pyramids.

It is a place that receives thousands of visitors a day and offers a tour that lasts from 3 to 5 hours to visit all the ruins Maya with tranquility; it is preferable to go early in the morning to avoid agglomerations and to be able to better manage the high temperatures of the summer.

PALENQUE

The village of Palenque is one of the few Mayan villages that are still intact and that enchants all the people who visit it, even referring to it as “The Magic Village”.

Palenque is a Maya archaeological site smaller than Chichén Itzá but with the same cultural richness. Located in the middle of the tropical rainforest, stands out the quantity of buildings and sculptures that still conserves in very good condition and that allows tourists to see up close the beauty of the architecture and the history of the Maya civilization.

The town has one of the most important Mayan museums, the Alberto Ruz Lhuillier Museum, where you can see truly incredible pieces full of beauty.

HOLBOX

If you love beaches, visit Holbox, a paradise of crystal clear beaches and white sand on the Riviera Maya. This beautiful location is full of charming places where we can get lost and disconnect from everything, while enjoying some of its exquisite dishes of local cuisine while watching the sunsets.

In addition, this island is not yet very crowded, so we can enjoy its beaches and restaurants with total tranquility.

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