4 Days in Mexico City – The Wonderful Heart of Mexico; Chris Christensen; Amateur Traveler

Mexico City is the chaotic, delicious, sometimes intimidating, and wonderful heart of Mexico. Including side trips, you could easily spend more than 4 days in Mexico City, but Chris Christensen’s first trip there was combined with Oaxaca for a great week in Mexico.

Source: 4 Days in Mexico City – The Wonderful Heart of Mexico – Amateur Traveler

3 Days in Mexico City: My Detailed Itinerary; Nellie Huang; Wild Junket

Got 3 days in Mexico City? Follow Nellie Huang’s detailed Mexico City itinerary to delve deep into the city’s rich culinary culture and history. It’s massive, energetic, and frankly, misunderstood. For years, Mexico City had a bad reputation for its ties with drug lords and the cartel. As the 6th largest city in the world by population (home to almost 21 million people), the high-octane megalopolis can be pretty damn overwhelming.

Source: 3 Days in Mexico City: My Detailed Itinerary

35 Cool Things To Do in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico; Nellie Huang; Wild Junket

Since the Yucatan Peninsula has reopened for tourism, it is now possible to travel there once again. Here’s my list of the best things to do in the Yucatan Peninsula. Cenotes, Mayan ruins, and spectacular beaches: the Yucatan Peninsula is truly a travel destination that has it all.

Source: 35 Cool Things To Do in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Why Mexico is in the heart of a Miss Universe; Margie Moran-Floirendo; Inquirer Lifestyle

Mexico holds an eternal fascination in Margie Moran-Floirendo’s heart, a special place of treasured memories. It all started in 1978 when she opened the Miss Universe contest at the Plaza del Zocalo (now Plaza de la Constitucion) in Mexico City. She introduced the country’s cultural heritage to the strains of vibrant mariachi music, and that electric moment remains one of her most memorable best. In a recent bout of adventure, her sister Lulette, her daughter Gabbi and she decided to return to Mexico and visit the country’s Yucatan Peninsula, provenance of the mystical Mayan culture.

Source: Why Mexico is in the heart of a Miss Universe | Inquirer Lifestyle

Jaw-dropping destinations on everyone’s wish list; Booking.com

Create a travel wish list for all the places you’ll soon be able to explore.

Source: Jaw-dropping destinations on everyone’s wish list | Booking.com

Top 10 most amazing ruins and archaeological sites in the world; Luxury Travel Expert

From century-old temples in Greece to pre-Columbian cities in Mexico, here’s the Luxury Travel Expert pickof the 10 most fascinating archaeological sites and ruins in the world.

Source: Top 10 most amazing ruins and archaeological sites in the world

Celebrating Mexican Heritage Through Art; Maya Garabedian; Mutual Art

On Cinco de Mayo, MutualArt explores contemporary Mexican Art and revisits some art giants from its past.

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Monte Albán; Ron Mader; Planeta.com

Source: Monte Albán – Planeta.com

Unique new initiative aims to preserve heritage in Campeche; Yucatan Times

In the beautiful, walled city of Campeche, on the Yucatan Peninsula, the question of how a government and population cares for heritage has recently become increasingly relevant, particularly since the granting of World Heritage Site status twenty years ago, and now a unique new local initiative is taking on the challenge.

Source: Unique new initiative aims to preserve heritage in Campeche

Things To Know About Visiting Monte Alban, Oaxaca; Emese Fromm; TravelAwaits

Monte Alban is a must-visit site if you’re spending time in Oaxaca. Here’s how to get there and what to see.

Source: Things To Know About Visiting Monte Alban, Oaxaca – TravelAwaits

UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Mexico You’ve Probably Never Been To; Danielle Ong; Latin Post

Mexico houses some of the most important archaeological findings in the world. Danielle Ong made a list of sites you absolutely have to include in your itinerary.

Source: UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Mexico You’ve Probably Never Been To

The Slithering Serpent and 6 Other Secrets of Chichén Itzá; Melanie Radzicki McManus; How Stuff Works

The archaeological site Chichén Itzá is one of Mexico’s most popular tourist draws. Here are some things you may not know about this amazing Mayan wonder.

Source: The Slithering Serpent and 6 Other Secrets of Chichén Itzá

Safe tourist destinations to travel this March to avoid coronavirus; Break.com

As an intelligent traveler, you can choose for yourself safe tourist destinations to visit in March, despite the complex coronavirus outbreak.

Source: Safe tourist destinations to travel this March to avoid coronavirus

Conservation Groups To UNESCO: Border Wall Puts Sonora’s World Heritage Sites ‘In Danger”; Kendal Blust; Fronteras

Just south of the Arizona border, Sonora’s stunning 2,700 square-mile El Pinacate and Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve is a vast desert landscape dotted with enormous craters, sand dunes and…

Source: Conservation Groups To UNESCO: Border Wall Puts Sonora’s World

Two deaths trigger alarm at Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve; Agustin Del Castillo; Monga Bay

Source: Two deaths trigger alarm at Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve

5 Fantastic Reasons Why You Should Study in Mexico’s Best Kept Secret; Stephanie Lukins; Top Universities

If Mexico is on your study abroad radar, you might want to consider the city of Puebla as your number one destination.

Source: 5 Fantastic Reasons Why You Should Study in Mexico’s Best Kept Secret

Abandon the coast for the Heart of Mexico: San Miguel de Allende; Jane Stevenson; Toronto Sun

They call it “the Heart of Mexico.”But San Miguel de Allende, a postcard-perfect colour-filled colonial city with cobblestone streets located about a three-hour drive north of Mexico City in the mountains, has a lot to offer for the eyes, ears and brain too.

Source: Abandon the coast for the Heart of Mexico: San Miguel de Allende

Two of Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Protectors Found Dead; Linette Page; IR INSIDER

Two Mexican conservationists have been found dead within the span of a week. Both were environmentalists in the state of Michoacán in southwest Mexico. Michoacán is home to the El Rosario reserve , where monarch butterflies hibernate during the cold season.

Source: Two of Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Protectors Found Dead — IR INSIDER

2 murders linked to Mexico’s famed monarch butterfly sanctuary; Bill Hutchinson; ABC News

The slain conservationists worked for the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve.

Source: 2 murders linked to Mexico’s famed monarch butterfly sanctuary

UNESCO expresses concern after the suspicious death of several guides in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico); Unesco

Source: UNESCO expresses concern after the suspicious death of several guides in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico)