What we love about Mexico is the rich culture, full of soulful and joyous music, pristine blue oceans with white beaches, ancient history and bustling cities. In Mexico City, you can go on a hunt for the best taco and feel tiny in a metropolis of millions. Worlds away in the southern provinces of Quintana Roo and Yucatan, wander in Mayan civilization ruins and then feast your eyes on rainforest, white sands and cenotes, natural freshwater sinkholes that turn into spots for snorkeling. In the rest of this big country are enough destinations to keep you enchanted for months.
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How to Spend a Perfect Weekend in Tulum, Mexico
Beyond the street vendors of the town and resorts of the Tulum beach are ancient Mayan ruins and crystal-clear cenotes. We’ll tell you how to beat the crowds in this popular Yucatan destination.
How We Beat the Crowds at Chichén Itzá
Chichén Itzá is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, and it is one of the most-visited Mayan ruin sites in Mexico. With its popularity comes lots of tourists, so we’re going to tell you our best secret for getting the place nearly to yourself.
Why Valladolid is the Most Authentic Yucatan City
Valladolid is a charming small city of 48,000 people with a compact town center, colorful homes, historic colonial ‘iglesias’ and authentic Mexican life, free of many outside influences. Valladolid is an excellent city for spending several days, with lots to do and see close by as well.
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Old and Vintage Vehicles in Valladolid, Mexico
Strolling leisurely around Valladolid, Mexico, for two days let us appreciate the street life in this authentic town in the Yucatan Peninsula. What charmed us was Valladolid's old cars, which are very much a part of its fabric. Among them were vintage VW bugs, old VW vans and pickup trucks that were from another time in history.
Patterns of the Yucatán, Mexico
Mexico's Yucatan region is an eye-full of texture, patterns and designs.