Category: Mexico

Headed to Mexico City? Here’s what you shouldn’t miss!; MSN

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Headed to Mexico City? Here’s what you shouldn’t miss!

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12 places to visit in North America if you want to feel like you’re in Europe; Zoe Miller; Insider

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If a European trip is too pricey, try these cities within the US, Mexico, Canada, and Puerto Rico that look like they’re transplanted from overseas.

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Get Off the Resort: 9 Mexican Destinations to Explore; Becky Pokora; Forbes

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Cancun, Cabo, Puerto Vallarta: they’re all over today’s social media. Thanks in part to Mexico’s broad acceptance of tourism throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, popular cities and resort towns like Mexico City, Cancun and Los Cabos have seen a steep uptick in visitors. While there’s nothing wrong with the beach and the all-inclusive resorts that come with it, there’s more to Mexico than meets the eye.

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This Mexico Hot Spot Was Just Named the Best City in the World by T+L Readers — and Here’s How to Plan the Perfect Trip; Brad Japhe; Travel + Leisure

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Oaxaca, Mexico, was just named the No. 1 city in the world, according to Travel + Leisure readers. Here, a rundown of the best places to eat and drink and things to do in Oaxaca.

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20 Things To Do In Veracruz; Angie Grier; Travel 2 Next

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Veracruz is a coastal state located on the Gulf Coast of Mexico with a unique history, culture and gastronomy. Visiting the many Pueblo Magicos and coastal areas of Veracruz is a great way to get a deeper understanding of the region.  Coffee plantations, archaeological sites like El Tajin, historical buildings such as the Casa de Hernan Cortes, cultural traditions like the Dance of the Voladores, and festivals like Carnival are some of the interesting things to do in Veracruz.

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20 National Parks In Mexico; Angie Grier; Travel 2 Next

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Mexico has 67 national parks spread throughout the country in 23 different states. From Desierto de Los Leones, established in 1917, the oldest national park in Mexico, to Revillagigedo Islands National Park, the newest national park in Mexico, was established in 2017. Six of Mexico’s national parks are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, and seven are UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Preserving the extraordinary history, culture and biodiversity within Mexico is vital to the Mexican identity and economy. These national parks draw millions of visitors each year and provide the monetary and economic support necessary to protect these natural and historical wonders for future generations to enjoy.

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