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Things to do in enchanting Guanajuato City

Guanajuato is a UNESCO-listed city that many have called the prettiest in all of Mexico with its vibrantly painted buildings spilling down the hillsides. Set in the heart of the highlands,  the leafy plazas, colorful architecture. Guanajuato is a city with a rich history and culture to explore. Guanajuato residents are friendly and there’s a wide range of things to see and do, with these options are the top to ...
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Most charming towns in Mexico to visit

Mexico is a huge, diverse country with a wealth of historic, colorful towns to discover. Many have been designated UNESCO World Heritage sites, yet they’re still overlooked, remaining off the radar for most visitors. If you aren’t sure which to experience, you may want to consider one of these charming Mexican towns. Taxco is Mexico’s silver capital, often also referred to as the "silver town". Taxco is a small cozy ...
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Most beautiful National Parks in Mexico

The concept of national parks stemmed from the desire to protect special places. Countries around the world have their own national park system designed to protect natural treasures and showcase amazing local landscapes. Mexico is no exception and has many national parks just waiting to be hiked through and marveled at. Mexico recognizes 67 federally protected natural areas as national parks, which are administered by the National Commission of Protected ...
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Swim near ancient Mayan ruins at cenote Ik Kil in Yucatan, Mexico

Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is filled with natural wonders, from postcard-perfect beaches and waterfalls to lush jungles and natural sinkholes are known as cenotes. This region is home to some 4,000 cenotes, each with its own distinct features and all ideal for swimming. The water inside these cenotes is strikingly clear and thousands come from across the globe just for the chance to enjoy a refreshing dip. One of the most ...
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Best beach destinations in Mexico you should visit in your next trip

Mexico is a vast country with an extensive coastline that hosts some of the world’s most jaw-dropping beaches. There are nearly 500 absolutely spectacular beaches in Mexico, spanning the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of California, and the Pacific Ocean. These Mexican beach destinations in particular are sure to make you want to book a trip there ASAP. Famous picturesque Playa Ruinas is the beach that most ...
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Mexico’s best less-traveled destinations

International travelers eagerly head to Mexico to enjoy the country's exquisite beaches, abundant sunshine, and delicious cuisine. While tourist hotspots like Cancún and Tulum promise to please wanderers on the hunt for some coastal relaxation, several destinations in Mexico offer an authentic experience that can't be found by staying on the beaten path. Rich history, small-town charm, and unique landscapes round out this catalog of less-traveled spots in Mexico that ...
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Colonial treasures of Mexico

Get a small but great taste of colonial Mexico! When, in 1521, the conquistadors of Cortez destroyed the Aztec empire of Montezuma, they founded the colony kingdom of New Spain, destined to last for three centuries, ranging from the current states of the Southwestern United States to the Panama Canal. The introduction of pack animals, from work and farm animals, of elementary metal technical tools such as hoes, plows, and ...
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Cool culture facts you didn’t know about Mexico

There are hundreds of examples of things that make Mexico not only an interesting country but also important in the history of humanity. Here are 15 things that you just might not know about Mexico and its fascinating contributions to the world. Without Mexico, there’d be no pizza The colonization of the New World by the Spaniards introduced a lot of products to the rest of the world. Among those ...
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Surprising facts about Mexico

What comes to your mind first when you think about Mexican culture? Mariachis, tequila, tacos, breathtaking beaches, and cactus? These are all legitimate associations – but Mexico’s natural and cultural diversity includes much more than that. Surprising facts about Mexico described below will show some other aspects of the country that you were surely unaware of. Although this is only a little recollection of random facts, these insights into Mexican ...
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September 2022 – A powerful earthquake hit Mexico on the fateful anniversary

Mexico City, September 19, 2022 A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck western Mexico on Monday on the exact anniversary of two devastating temblors of 1985 and 2017. The quake hit shortly after 13:00 (18:00 GMT) near Mexico's west coast and close to Michoacan's border with the state of Colima - where the major port Manzanillo is located. It was relatively shallow, at only 15 km deep, which would have amplified its ...
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