Best of Mexico

1. Mexico City

Travel to Mexico City to start of your trip in the country’s heady capital. While this metropolis, one of the largest cities in North America, can be daunting at first, pair you exploration with a bit of common sense and there’s nothing to fear here.

Explore Frida Kahlo Museum one of the most emblematic characters in Mexican culture, Coyoacan the romantic streets, a picturesque and enchanting village and a typical Mexican dish market.

2. Playa del Carmen

Playa de Carmen is among Mexico’s best beach destinations. Treasured by travellers for at least the last few decades, there’s always something fun and exciting to do here, whether that be lying back on the white sands, strolling down its shopping avenues, or grabbing a drink in its many bars.

There’s always a lively atmosphere at night here, making it one of the best places in Mexico , Coco Bongo Playa del Carmen! One of Mexico’s most legendary nights out combines electric live performances of dance, trapeze, and sexy theatrics, with the thumping atmosphere of an all-night rave. Boogie the night away as the booze flows and the tunes belt out across the dance floor. Come for the party – stay for the party!

3. Oaxaca

Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s most beautiful colonial cities. There are deep cultural roots here, with archaeological sites dotted all over the outskirts of the city, making it one of the best places to come if you’re into history. Around these are also mountains and beautiful landscapes, ideal for outdoor adventurers.

That said, the centre of Oaxaca itself should not be missed. The city is quickly developing a strong foodie scene, bustled along by its own traditional cuisine that’s inherant to the surroundings. Make sure you spend time both in and outside Oaxaca during your stay.

4. Chichen Itza and the Ik Kil Cenote

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Chichen Itza is a must-do on any trip to Mexico. These fascinating Mayan site is thought to have been here for around 1,000 years, revealing many things about this intrinsic part of Mexican history.

Explore the complex of ruins for a day, and on your way back to your base stop by the Ik Kil Cenote. One of Mexico’s most visited and beautiful cenotes (essentially an underground pool of water), Ik Kil  is less than 5km from Chichen Itza so easily accessible after your day of soaking up history. And a relaxing way to finish it off!

5. Puerto Vallarta

Fly to Puerto Vallarta to find one of Mexico’s best resort towns, a sun-drenched paradise on the west coast of the country. This is another place that’s perfect for relaxation, where you can spend your days snorkelling in the clear waters, ambling through markets, and walking along the city’s breezy boardwalk. Top sights here include the beautiful Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a significant landmark for Puerto Vallarta, and the city’s peaceful botanical gardens.

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