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  • Cancun, the resort capital of Mexico, has long been popular among spring breakers and travellers who enjoy the luxury of all inclusive resorts. However, Cancun is not all party and luxury. Head away from the hotel zone into the city itself and tourists will find regular Mexicans going about their daily lives, enjoying traditional local food and dancing to salsa instead of whatever is in the charts right now. The prices here are cheaper and everything is more authentic compared to the hotel zone. And if tired of the city, simply hop on a bus and head to the white sand beaches located just outside of town. A world ...   More

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  • Located in the Caribbean Sea on the Yucatan Peninsula, the thirty mile island of Cozumel is one of the top diving destinations in the Western Hemisphere. For this reason, dive shops abound all over the island. Except for the calm beaches at Chankanaab National Park, the island’s ocean current and wind conditions are not ideal for swimming, but Cozumel’s beaches are ripe for surfing, kite surfing and parasailing. However, there are many beach hotels that offer outdoor swimming pools. Other water activities include deep sea fishing and glass bottom boat tours. Cozumel is one of Mexico’s most visit...   More

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  • Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city and capital of the state of Jalisco, enjoys a pleasant subtropical climate and has managed to preserve the independent character of a town conscious of its own traditions. The city exudes a distinct European atmosphere and the Tapatios, as the people of Guadalajara call themselves and have left their own distinctive mark on its broad avenues, carefully tended parks and attractive light coloured buildings. As well as being famous as centre of mariachi music, Guadalajara is also a stronghold of Charreadas, the Mexican version of the rodeo, along with the popular folk da...   More

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  • Home to the second largest historic centre in Mexico, Merida represents the best of both past and present. Architectural styles run from ancient Mayan to Spanish and French colonial. An impressive indigenous population intermingles with a growing expat community. Get swept up in the bustling city centre or be charmed by the parks and churches in quieter Merida neighbourhoods. Bustling streets, lively parks, a tropical version of the Champs-Elysees, endless cultural activities and a varied nightlife Merida is the beating urban heart of the Yucatan. The hubbub of the city can seem frustrating especially if spend a ...   More

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  • A sprawling, seething mass of more than eight million people, Mexico City is the beating urban heart of Central America. It bursts forth from the Valley of Mexico right in the middle of the country, a patchwork of barrios and shanty towns, gilded historic centres and more recently shiny blocks of business high rises. In the midst of the Centro Historico, the great Zocalo spreads out close to sights like the Templo Mayor and the sun splashed stones of Madero Street. Archaeological museums abound, while Chapultepec is green and leafy and Condesa comes complete with more international eateries and stylish cocktail b...   More

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  • Monterrey is a city that combines contrasting natural and urban settings. History and traditions converge in this metropolis, which features impressive buildings, innovative cultural and entertainment centres and modern financial and industrial developments. Here one will find magnificent parks, fabulous waterfalls and canyons, as well as history and art museums, a planetarium and fun theme parks. These attractions are just some of the reasons to come and discover a modern city, full of Mexican charm and enjoy the warm hospitality of its inhabitants. It has a great culture and history. The city has been developin...   More

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  • Enfolded by the rising foothills of the Sierra Madre in the deep south-western reaches of Mexico, Oaxaca City is kissed by mountain breezes and adorned with glorious traces of colonialism to boot. At its very heart, the UNESCO tagged Zocalo square gives way to a curious medley of the Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau. From here, visitors can opt to hit the stretches of the pedestrianised Andador Macedonio Alcala and spy out contemporary MACO and the Casa de Benito Juarez to name just a few of the artsy and historical musts. On the fringes of the city stand the World Heritage ruins of Monte Alban too an enthralling ...   More

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  • Commonly referred to as simply “Playa” Playa del Carmen is a lively resort town in the state of Quintana Roo on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Formerly a quiet fishing village of distinct European influence, the town has expanded in recent years into a vibrant metropolis of beautiful beaches, entertainment venues and commercial buildings. However, Playa still retains its relaxed atmosphere and friendly locals. As it is situated within the Riviera Maya resort region, Playa del Carmen is a frequent cruise stop and within easy reaches of other popular tourist spots like the Xcaret Eco Park and Sian Ka...   More

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  • The city of Puebla fairly bursts with baroque flourishes and colours of its famed Talavera tiles. The downtown area in particular overflows with religious structures it probably has more ex-convents and monasteries, chapels and churches per square mile than anywhere else in the country. The city centre generally follows a tidy grid pattern. The streets are either Avenidas or Calles and most are numbered. Avenidas run east and west, while Calles runs north and south. Odd numbered avenidas start south of the town square and even numbered avenidas start from the square's north side. Odd numbered Calles begins on...   More

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