The Cool List 2019; National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Featuring everything from futuristic cityscapes and modernist architecture to pristine rainforest and rehabilitated wildlife, this is the Cool List 2019…

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This city might just become the hottest new destination, thanks to Narcos: Mexico; Mahima Dhoot; Condé Nast Traveller India

Guadalajara deserves to be known for more than its drug cartel…

Source: This city might just become the hottest new destination, thanks to Narcos: Mexico | Condé Nast Traveller India

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico: Retire, Cost of Living, Travel Info 2018; International Living

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San Miguel de Allende: Mexico’s artful city; Joanne Sasvari; London Free Press

There are no beaches here or, thankfully, bars filled with pasty tourists doing body shots of tequila.

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Grateful for family and travel; Marjorie Appelman; Ledger Independent

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Mexico’s Hidden Gems: World Heritage Sites; Janeen Christoff; Travel Pulse

The country is home to 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and continues to grow.

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T Suggests: Tasseled Chairs, Custom Face Oils and More; Hilary Moss; NY Times

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16 Amazing Day Trips From Mexico City; One Weird Globe

Written by travelers, our epic guide to the 16 best day trips from Mexico City shows you the absolute best hidden gems this city has to offer!

Source: 16 Amazing Day Trips From Mexico City [2018 Epic Guide] | One Weird Globe

A champion for the past and future of Teotihuacan; ASU Now

Imagine a renaissance city where revolutionary ideas in urban planning, politics, economy, ecology and the arts all arose at the same time, creating a high standard of living that was largely equitable for nearly all residents.It’s hard to imagine even by today’s standards, yet one ancient Mesoamerican city seemed to have achieved that status, for a time, and the archaeological remnants from that period and location are available for research and discovery today.

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Kayaking in Baja’s Loreto Bay; Tim Neville; World Nomads

Jacques Cousteau called Mexico’s Sea of Cortez “the world’s aquarium.” To travel writer Tim Neville, that sounds about right.

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