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Information about tourist attractions in mexico & new mexico tourist attractions

Mexico's attractions are so incredibly diverse; it may be difficult to decide what to do on your vacation and what not to do. Modern luxury resorts and untouched natural reserves, gorgeous beaches, fascinating ancient sites, beautiful colonial architecture, colorful festivities and rich cultural traditions. To help you decide which of Mexico's attractions you would like to explore more, follow the links below and see an overview of what Mexico has to offer. Tourist attractions in Mexico are quite a beautiful blend of ancient relics and modern hip hop culture.

While you're there, don't miss Mexico City's top sights, inclusive of  the National Museum of Anthropology. Mexico tourist attractions are as follows:

  • Many cities in Mexico retain their colonial town plan, cobblestone streets and beautiful colonial architecture.
  • You can step into the past on your visit to Mexico by staying in a beautifully restored historical hotel. Or visit one of these lovely and fascinating colonial cities:
  • Guadalajara,Jalisco, birthplace of mariachi and tequila, is Mexico's second biggest city and has plenty of museums and historical sites to keep tourists busy!
  • Merida, Yucatan, known as the "white city," has a vibrant cultural scene and is a great spot from which to explore the archaeological sites and natural attractions of the Yucatan Peninsula.
  • Morelia,Michoacan has elegant buildings made out of pink quarry stone and is a destination for people who enjoy colonial architecture and local culture,who will also enjoy strolling through Morelia's lovely plazas and gardens.
  • Puebla, Puebla, is renowned for its Talavera pottery, but its historical center is chock-full of beautiful colonial buildings. It's also the home of the chile en nogada, Mexico's national dish.
  • Oaxaca, Oaxaca is a destination that combines gorgeous colonial architecture with colorful traditions, beautiful handicrafts and delicious cuisine.
  • Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico's silver capital, is a great place to buy jewelry but is also a charming colonial town set in the mountains south of Mexico City.
  • A good notion to get to know the historical center is by taking a walking tour. When your feet get tired, climb on the Turibus to enjoy the sights from a different think tank.
  • With approximately 6000 miles (9330 km) of coastline, and a number of of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Mexico enchants all those who enjoy sea and sand.
  • Mexico's colonial history marked the blend of two very different cultures. This period witnessed great destruction, but also gave rise to a flowering of art and architecture.


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