Mexico Travel Guide | 20 Things To Do
Want to swim in a magical place? The peninsula Yucatán is known for its magnificient cenotes.
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These are water-filled caves or hallows, that played an important role in Mayan times.
Take time to explore the colonial center of Mexico city and visit the Bellas Artes Museum.
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Visit the famous square: the Zocalo with the cathedral and surrounding landmarks.
Experience the colorful houses and streets of San Cristobál de las Casas.
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Visit the villages Zinacantán and San Juan Chamula and meet the local people, wearing traditional costumes.
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Rent a colorful boat and sail along the canals and floating gardens of Xochimilco.
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Learn more about Frida Kahlo in the Casa Azul, her former house.
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Go on an adventure and visit the deepest canyon in the world: Canyon del Sumidero.
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Discover the lovely waterfalls around Palenque in Chiapas.
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with its azure waters, beautiful lush jungle and mysterious caves.
Relax on the tropical beaches of the Riviera Maya: Tulum and Mahahual.
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Explore Izamal: the yellow city of Mexico.
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Visit Laguna de Celestun to observe many flamengos between November and March.
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Explore Mayan site and world wonder Chichen Itza to admire the famous pyramid of Kukulchan.
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Admire cool street art at Holbox Island.
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Visit the "frozen" waterfall Hierve el Agua.
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Are you visiting Mexico in November? Experience National Holiday: Día de los Muertos (day of the dead).
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Take pictures at the many colorful houses in Valladolid.
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Spend time in the white city and cultural capital of Yucatán: Merida!
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Enjoy the nice atmosphere and taste local dishes in Oaxaca.
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Visit the Temple of the Sun and the Moon in Teotihuacan.
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Discover one of the most remote archaeological Mayan sites in Mexico, Yaxchilan, only accesible by boat
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