Mexico

Things To Do & Attractions in Mexico

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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

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

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

Degollado Theater (Teatro Degollado)

Across from the Guadalajara Cathedral, the Teatro Degollado looms in stony, neoclassical glory. Corinthian columns form a massive portico topped with a marble ...  Read more

El Tajin Ruins

Perhaps the most well-preserved pre-Hispanic ruins in the state of Veracruz, El Tajin is rich with Mexican history and mythology from the infamous Totonac ...  Read more

Estero Ecological Reserve

This estuary nature park area is quite close to Mazatlan, making it a popular excursion for those who want to explore the coastal wildlife while in the area. ...  Read more

Finca La Gloria

This family-owned coffee plantation just outside Huatulco is known for its fertile green farms and fantastical butterfly sanctuary. Travelers can tour the ...  Read more

Governor's Palace (Palacio de Gobierno)

Just south of the cathedral and facing the pretty Plaza de Armas, you’ll find the imposing governor’s palace. The two-story building is massive, baroque, and ...  Read more

Guadalajara Cathedral

The heart of every Mexican city is its cathedral, and Guadalajara is no exception. Officially known as the Basílica de la Asunción de Nuestra ...  Read more

Guadalajara Historic Center (Centro Histórico)

By new world standards, Guadalajara is an old city. This is most evident in the downtown district, with its Colonial plazas, its 400-year-old churches and ...  Read more

Huatulco National Park

In 1998 this national park, which spans tens of thousands of acres of Oaxaca countryside, was declared a protected area and later designated as a UNESCO ...  Read more

La Antigua

Considered by many to be the first true Spanish town in all of Mexico, La Antigua is the home of Hernan Cortes, who led the expedition that ended the Aztec ...  Read more

La Crucecita

This quiet town just inland from Santa Cruz was built to support local tourism workers, but its unique shops and tasty restaurants lend it an authentic ...  Read more

La Marigalante

Step aboard the good ship Marigalante, and enter the fabulous world of pirates! The meticulously constructed Spanish galleon Marigalante was built to ...  Read more

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