Most Beautiful Places

The Mayan Metropolis

The beautiful Mayan metropolis of Chichén Itzá is one of Mexico’s most visited archaeological monuments, as well as one of the largest and finest preserved. It is a popular day excursion for visitors visiting Cancn and Playa del Carmen, or the Yucatán capital of Mérida. There are various reasons to visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The enormous El Castillo, also known as the Pyramid of Kukulkán and the site’s highest structure at 30 metres, is a must-see.

Mexico City's Historic Center

Mexico City (Ciudad de México) is the country’s capital and seat of government, as well as one of the country’s most popular alternative vacation destinations, owing to its numerous world-class museums, art galleries, and attractions. Don’t let its size deter you. Instead, concentrate your efforts on the historic city centre (Centro Histórico de la Ciudad), a 15-square-kilometer UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 1,400 significant colonial structures dating from the 16th to 19th century.

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta, on Mexico’s Pacific coast, is another increasingly popular beach resort. Vallarta, which is sometimes abbreviated as “Vallarta,” initially gained popularity as a playground for North America’s social elite in the 1960s and has since grown in popularity with foreigners searching for second homes in a sunny, warmer environment. Many sections of it have remained unaffected by modernization.