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Papantla

The town of Papantla is located deep in the heart of the Totonacapan region about three hours north of Veracruz City. This quiet haven is famous for its ...  Read more

Plaza de Armas

The culture of the plaza, or town square, is central to Mexican life: the plaza is a community gathering place where school kids flirt, couples promenade, and ...  Read more

Plaza del Sol

Cozumel's only city (really, a large town) is San Miguel, surrounding a natural port with easy access to the mainland, which has been used since the Mayan era ...  Read more

Plazuela Machado

The heart of the historic district is this leafy rectangular plaza, with leafy trees and palm trees both in place, many buildings painted bright colors. It is ...  Read more

Puerto Escondido

Strung with gorgeous beaches, the coast of Oaxaca is a popular destination with travelers who prefer low-key beach towns to the booming mega resorts of Puerto ...  Read more

Quiahuiztlan

These ancient ruins of the Totonac people line the lower volcanic slopes near the Gulf of Mexico and have not been occupied since the 16th century. Cortez, ...  Read more

Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres

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 ...  Read more

San Agustin Bay

Located in the far West Bay, this quaint village filled with shaded palm palapas is as rustic as they come. Home to fewer than 100 people—mostly ...  Read more

San Juan de Ulua Fortress

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 ...  Read more

Santa Cruz Bay

Santa Cruz Bay is the perfect place for travelers looking to spend an afternoon combing through shops filled with Mexican handicrafts, enjoy a traditional ...  Read more

Stone Island

This offshore island is a popular excursion stop for cruise ship passengers docking in Mazatlan, but most of the visitors are locals on weekends and it’s not ...  Read more

Tangolunda Bay

Family adventurers and nightlife lovers flock to Tanolunda Bay, where tropical resorts and all-inclusive hot spots line the rocky cliffs. Destination ...  Read more

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

Teotitlán del Valle

The state of Oaxaca is famous for the rugs and blankets of Teotitlán del Valle, a small town 24 km southeast of the capital. Weaving is chiefly a cottage ...  Read more

Tlacotalpan

Brightly colored houses with Spanish tiled roofs line the streets of Tlacotalpan, a lively city and river port near the Gulf of Mexico. The architecture, ...  Read more

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