Mexico Attractions

Chichen Itza

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1062 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza - meaning "At the mouth of the well of the Itza" - is Mexico's most visited archeological site, a magnificent display of Mayan culture and ...  Read more

El Rey Ruins (Las Ruinas del Rey)

The El Rey Ruins (or Las Ruinas del Rey) are a spectacular archeological site in Cancun's Hotel Zone, with 47 structures estimated to have been inhabited by the Mayans as early as 900 AD. There are ...  Read more

Fort of San Diego (El Fuerte de San Diego)

Though you chose Acapulco for its beautiful beaches and exciting nightlife, the Fort of San Diego (or El Fuerte de San Diego) provides a fine, air-conditioned dose of cultural enrichment ...  Read more

Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres

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On the north side of the Guadalajara Cathedral, you’ll find a little park that contains the Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres, or the Rotunda of the Illustrious Jaliscans. Ringed by bronze statues ...  Read more

San Juan de Ulua Fortress

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San Juan de Ulua is a maze of historic fortresses and prison cells on a shadowy island overlooking the once-busy port of Veracruz. Constructed in 1956, the fort is home to a dark history that ...  Read more

National Palace (Palacio Nacional)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The seat of Mexico's federal government since the age of the Aztecs (at least), the National Palace - or Palacio Nacional - is a working building, and many offices are off limits to visitors. You ...  Read more

Casa de Montejo

Located on the south side of the Plaza Principal, this intricately decorated structure was built by the son of Adelantado Montejo, the conqueror of Yucatan. It served as a mansion for the family and ...  Read more

Instituto Cultural Hospicio-Cabañas

Past the eastern end of the Plaza Tapatía, you’ll find the Instituto Cultural Hospicio-Cabañas. A UNESCO world heritage site, the massive stone building was constructed in 1805, but its ...  Read more

Royal Castle (Castillo Real)

This small, rather dilapidated Mayan ruin on the isolated northeastern shore of Cozumel was probably a guard post, keeping watch over the open sea for enemy ships. Though the Royal Castle - or ...  Read more

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