Long a magnet for intrepid expats and creatives, this colorful colonial enclave attracts an ever-growing wave of visitors with its formidable art scene, singular architecture, and inimitable atmosphere.
For a Mexican vacation filled with adventure, culture and old-world luxury, leave Quintana Roo and her hedonistic resorts of Cancun and Playa del Carmen behind…
Double down on the spirits and the culture at Day of the Dead celebrations in Tequila
Take flight to soak up this enchanting city in central Mexico.
Yucatán State and its capital city Mérida have been favorite getaways for Mexican vacationers, and with good reason. Whether you’re tasting the cuisine, exploring the markets of Merida, or walking the sacred grounds of Chichén Itzá, there’s no shortage of exciting experiences to be had in this exotic destination.
The world wonder is that natural masterpieces and construction works are chosen and rated based on strict criteria and chosen by most people. Going together with the development of science and the Times is the discovery and finding of great architecture, which in turn reached the top of the New World wonders.
Chichen Itza astonishes the visitors that travel to Mexico to see it, and here are a few facts and tidbits you might not have known about this wonder.
Terry Ward is all for destinations that take her by surprise. Those are often places that are super family-friendly when she had them wrongly pegged in her mind as quite the opposite. Case in point: San Miguel de Allende, the UNESCO World Heritage city in Central Mexico that she had somehow imagined to be a blue-haired, baby …
Yucatan is amongst the most beautiful and historically-important Mexican States. It’s far from the biggest or most-populated but Yucatan has its own charms. Of course, it is best known for the sign…
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The new 200-peso banknote features a biosphere reserve marked by capricious rock formations and enormous craters surrounded by a lava field.
Half-hidden by grassy slopes, this striking Spanish colonial fort is now a museum of underwater archaeology.
Source: Fort of San José el Alto
Visiting the Yucatan Peninsula and the town of Valladolid, as well as the Los Colorados Biosphere Reserve, dining with local Mayans, seeing temples.
An escape to Mexico’s remote Revillagigedo Islands offers a sorely needed lesson in embracing the unexpected.
Travel from Cancún to Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a full-day trip. Take a guided tour of the ancient ruins, visit and swim in the underwater grotto of Cenote Ik Kil, and eat a buffet lunch accompanied by traditional music and dance.
These will satisfy your wanderlust…
They make quite the ambitious travel bucket list — the New Seven Wonders of the World. Find out what they are, their histories and the best times to go.