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Mexico Attractions

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Ake Mayan Ruins

About 25 miles east of lovely Merida lies the architectural site of the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization, Ake. A small slice of vintage Yucatan, this ancient ...  Read more

Angela Peralta Theater

This pride and joy of the historic district of Mazatlan has been through a tumultuous history. Built in the late 1800s, it was named after a famous singer who ...  Read more

Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park

Strap on your diving gear to enter the magical underwater world of Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. Dotted in the waters is a heady mix of wreck diving, ...  Read more

Cacaluta Bay

Cacaluta Bay was made famous in the movie “Y Tu Mama Tambien,” where the mangroves, quiet shores and tropical climate of this heart-shaped bay served as a ...  Read more

Campeche

Peerless Gulf of Mexico scenery, beautiful beaches, and colonial buildings draw visitors to Campeche in their droves. A World Heritage city, Campeche is a ...  Read more

Casa de Benito Juárez/Museo Casa de Juárez

Benito Juárez is a big deal in Mexico, and nowhere more so than in his hometown of Oaxaca de Juárez. The Casa de Juárez museum pays homage to ...  Read more

Catemaco Lake

Catemaco Lake is a natural wonderland for travelers who love the outdoors. Whether it’s joining one of the thousands of fishermen casting lines into the ...  Read more

Cempoala

Cempoala—a name that means “the place of twenty waters”—is a set of ancient ruins in the heart of Ursulo Galvan that was once inhabited by the Totonac, ...  Read more

Centro Historico

Mexico City's Centro Historico was once called Tenochtitlán, founded in 1325 atop a an island in Lake Texcoco. The seers of the wandering Aztec tribe had ...  Read more

Centro Historico

While this area of Mazatlan has gone through several periods of ascent and decline, a government focus on restoration incentives and sensible zoning laws has ...  Read more

Chichen Itza

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 ...  Read more

El Arco

Nature has carved some amazing formations at Los Cabos, and El Arco is perhaps the most famous. A signature icon of Los Cabos, the limestone arch carved ...  Read more

El Malecon

Puerto Vallarta locals and visitors alike strut their stuff on El Malecon, the city ’s iconic boardwalk overlooking the Bay of Banderas. It’s the place ...  Read more

El Mirador Lookout

While the tranquil waters, white beaches, and endless stucco strips of bars and shops that line Cozumel's touristy West Coast provide most vacationers with ...  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 ...  Read more

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