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Visit Mexico to enjoy its colorful architecture, friendly people, and sunny climate. Home to palm-lined beaches, snow-capped volcanoes, dynamic cities, and joyful fiestas, Mexico is a vivid and diverse country. Its landscapes provide activities from swimming and hiking to dining and dancing.

For outdoor types, Mexico’s hiking routes are some of the most varied in the world. From the Sierra Juarez mountains in Oaxaca to the Copper Canyon, there is plenty of striking space to explore. The waters of the Gulf of California and Gulf of Mexico create a swimmer’s paradise. You can spend time surfing the waves, snorkeling, or simply lounging on the powdery white sands. Cancun boasts some of the most popular beaches, with restaurants and shops not far from the clear, blue waters. Cabo San Lucas in Baja California Sur is best known for scuba diving, and Nuevo Vallarta is full of picturesque coastal towns. Mexico’s vibrant culture is reflected beautifully in its cuisine. Taste regional dishes like Yucatan’s cochinita pibil or Veracruz’s chilpachole and choose from an array of moles — complex sauces with well-guarded secret recipes. Be sure to sample some tequila, which originated in Jalisco.

This is a nation that knows how to party. From lively Mariachi bands to Jarabe Tapatio, there is always something to enjoy. November 2 marks Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos, a festival that remembers and honors ancestors. Colorful and elaborate decorations and ofrenda spring up across homes and town squares across the nation.

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Martini en Fuego Grill Bar

Martini en Fuego Grill Bar
Francisco Madero 260, Col. Emiliano Zapata Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
This seafood restaurant is a favorite for its catch of the day, vegan and vegetarian options are also a draw. Casual and relaxed, it's a local favorite.

Le Kliff

Le Kliff
Road to Barra de Navidad KM 17.5 | Between Mismaloya & Boca de Tomatlan Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48394
Come for the views of Banderas Bay and stay for the amazing menu, which showcases local seafood and contemporary Mexican technique.

Cafe des Artistes

Cafe des Artistes
Calle Guadalupe Sanchez 740 Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48300
This hidden jewel box of a restaurant features Mexican cuisine spiked with French influence. The dining room is a sight to behold and the wine list is expansive and impressive.

Punta De Mita

Playa de los Muertos

Playa de los Muertos
El Centro (Off Calle Olas Atlas) Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48380

Playa las Gemelas

Bajo La Luna Restaurant

Bajo La Luna Restaurant
Vicente Guerrero, Centro, San Lucas B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23450
Enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine in this hidden al fresco gem. A full bar pours creative cocktails and the menu includes prime cuts and fresh seafood.

Sunset Monalisa

Sunset Monalisa
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 6.5 B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23455
Come for the food and stay for the views. Mediterranean cuisine gets a modern twist at this award-winning restaurant, which offers amazing sunset panoramas and a huge wine list.

Chileno Beach

Chileno Beach
Hwy 1 Km 14.5 B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23410
Calm waters and sparkling, turquoise waters make this the perfect beach for snorkeling, swimming, and lounging on the sand.

Bay of Cabo San Lucas

Bay of Cabo San Lucas
B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23450
No trip to Cabo is complete without seeing the arch at this world-famous beach. Sea lions, fishing, and a marina make for an amazing destination with plenty to offer.

Playa Delfines

Playa Miramar

La Campana

La Campana
Col. Manzanillo,
This 25,000-acre complex allows you to explore stone pyramids with an active volcano as the dramatic backdrop. Quieter than most historic sites, La Campana lacks the tourists but not the history.

Los Muertos Pier

Los Muertos Pier
F. Rodriguez Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
Take a few minutes away from the Romantic Zone and Old Vallarta and take in the view from Los Muertos Pier. Feel the ocean breeze and sample authentic street food from local vendors.

Old Vallarta

Old Vallarta
Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
Visit Old Vallarta for cobblestone streets, outdoor vendors hawking everything from street food to souvenirs, and popular cafés, bakeries, and restaurants. There's also live music and dancing.

Estadio Azteca

Estadio Azteca
Calzada de Tlalpan 3665 CDMX Mexico City,
The official home stadium of Liga MX's Club América and Cruz Azul, Estadio Azteca is the only stadium to boast two world championship finals: 1970 and 1986. Stop for a stadium tour to take it in.

Los Azulejos

Los Azulejos
Calle San Fernando 107 | Col. La Martinica, 37500 Gto. Leon ,
A favorite spot for authentic Mexican food offers classic dishes in a lively, colorful atmosphere. Try the crema poblana for a spicy kick and cecina or chilaquiles for a mix of bold flavors.

Loncheria El Pocito

Loncheria El Pocito
Calle 31 Sm 63 Mz 35, Between Avenue Lopez Portillo & Avenue Uxmal Yuc. Cancun ,
This no-frills restaurant serves traditional Yucutan foods, like braised pork on rice with hard-boiled eggs, and is a favorite among locals. Tamales and cochnita pibil are the most popular dishes.

Parque Museo La Venta

Parque Museo La Venta
Bulevar Ruiz Cortines S/N Tab. Villahermosa,
This open-air museum and zoo sit along the peaceful Laguna de los Ilusiones. Discover ancient Olmec sculptures and enjoy traditional snacks from the vendors that frequent the promenade.

Copalita Ecological Park & Ruins

Copalita Ecological Park & Ruins
Oax. Huatulco,
Explore ancient ruins just steps away from the riverfront. Wild iguanas, lizards, and wetland birds all call the site home, so you will have the chance to take in history and spot local animals.

Plaza de Las Armas

Plaza de Las Armas
Calle Miguel Lerdo de Tejada Ver. Veracruz ,
Stop by this lively town square to catch folklorico, jarocho, and danzon performances each evening. Take a look around to soak up the traditional colonial architecture while enjoying live music.

Alley of the Frogs - Callejon de los Sapos

Alley of the Frogs - Callejon de los Sapos
Pue. Puebla,
Technicolor buildings line this bustling street, which features an open-air market, cafés, quirky antique stores, and live music and entertainment once the sun sets.

Biblioteca Palafoxiana

Biblioteca Palafoxiana
Pue. Puebla,
The Jesuits filled this library with a vast collection of religious tomes, now prized as historic artifacts. Step inside to admire the amazing architecture and detailed carved wood details.

Allegue

Allegue
Blvd. Del Nino Poblano 2510 Pue. Puebla,
Allegue brings traditional Spanish flavors to Puebla with an upscale, gourmet twist. The menu offers paella, tapas, and steaks. Savor a Mezcal cocktail with modern additions like tamarind.

Zefiro

Zefiro
San Jeronimo 24 CDMX Mexico City,
This traditional Mexican restaurant has been awarded TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for three years in a row and serves traditional moles, slow-braised pork and beef dishes, and fresh seafood

Sonora Grill Prime Insurgentes

Sonora Grill Prime Insurgentes
Avenida Insurgentes sur 1458, Col. Del Valle CDMX Mexico City,
This upscale steakhouse blends standbys like prime cuts with modern twists on traditional Mexican fare, like beef tongue tacos. The Mezcal cocktails are some of the best in the city.

Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Plaza de las Américas 1, Villa de Guadalupe CDMX Mexico City,
Built on the site where an Indian claimed to have seen the Virgin of Guadalupe, this magnificent church houses the cloak containing an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a famous religious relic.

Cenotes Dos Ojos

Cenotes Dos Ojos
Q.R. Tulum,
This crystal-blue cenote is a paradise for scuba divers to admire freshwater fish, stalactites and stalagmites, and bats. Guides can facilitate journeys through the twisting cave system.

Museo de Frida Kahlo

Museo de Frida Kahlo
Calle Londres 247, Col. Del Carmen, Coyoacan CDMX Mexico City,
This humble-looking home was actually Frida Kahlo's house and has been transformed into a museum honoring the artist's life and loves. Arrive early or purchase tickets online to beat the crowds.

Museo Nacional de Antropologia

Museo Nacional de Antropologia
Avenida Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi s/n | Col. Chapultepec, 11560, Mexico CDMX Mexico City,
Considered one of the world's most comprehensive natural history museums, the Museo Nacional de Antropologia houses pre-Columbian artifacts from the Aztecs, Olmecs, and Mayans.

Huatulco International Airport

Huatulco International Airport
Carretera Costera Pinotera Salina Cruz KM. 237, El Zapote Oax. Santa María Huatulco,

Guanajuato International Airport

Guanajuato International Airport
Carr. Silao-León KM 5.5, Nuevo México Gto. Silao,

Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport

Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport
Carretera a Tepic KM 7.5, Área Militar de Vallarta Jal. Puerto Vallarta,

Acapulco International Airport

Acapulco International Airport
Blvrd de las Naciones, Plan de Los Amates S/N Gro. Acapulco de Juárez,

Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport

Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport
Carr. Guadalajara Chapala KM 17.5 Jal. Guadalajara ,

Veracruz International Airport

Veracruz International Airport
Carr. Veracruz-Xalapa KM 13.5 Ver. Veracruz,

Los Cabos International Airport

Los Cabos International Airport
Carretera Transpeninsular KM 43.5 B.C.S. José del Cabo,

Monterrey International Airport

Monterrey International Airport
Carretera Miguel Alemán KM 24 N.L. Monterrey,

Cancun International Airport

Cancun International Airport
Carretera Cancún-Chetumal Km 22 Q.R. Cancún,

Mexico City International Airport

Mexico City International Airport
Av Capitan Carlos León S/N, Peñón de los Baños CDMX Venustiano Carranza, 15620

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza
Merida, Chichen Itza 97751 Yuc. Tinúm Municipality, 97751
A complex of Mayan ruins on the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichen Itza's main draw is the giant pyramid, El Castillo. Book a tour to hear stories of human sacrifice and aliens before the nightly light show.

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Restaurants

Martini en Fuego Grill Bar
Francisco Madero 260, Col. Emiliano Zapata Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
This seafood restaurant is a favorite for its catch of the day, vegan and vegetarian options are also a draw. Casual and relaxed, it's a local favorite.
Le Kliff
Road to Barra de Navidad KM 17.5 | Between Mismaloya & Boca de Tomatlan Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48394
Come for the views of Banderas Bay and stay for the amazing menu, which showcases local seafood and contemporary Mexican technique.
Cafe des Artistes
Calle Guadalupe Sanchez 740 Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48300
This hidden jewel box of a restaurant features Mexican cuisine spiked with French influence. The dining room is a sight to behold and the wine list is expansive and impressive.
Bajo La Luna Restaurant
Vicente Guerrero, Centro, San Lucas B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23450
Enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine in this hidden al fresco gem. A full bar pours creative cocktails and the menu includes prime cuts and fresh seafood.
Sunset Monalisa
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 6.5 B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23455
Come for the food and stay for the views. Mediterranean cuisine gets a modern twist at this award-winning restaurant, which offers amazing sunset panoramas and a huge wine list.
Los Azulejos
Calle San Fernando 107 | Col. La Martinica, 37500 Gto. Leon ,
A favorite spot for authentic Mexican food offers classic dishes in a lively, colorful atmosphere. Try the crema poblana for a spicy kick and cecina or chilaquiles for a mix of bold flavors.
Loncheria El Pocito
Calle 31 Sm 63 Mz 35, Between Avenue Lopez Portillo & Avenue Uxmal Yuc. Cancun ,
This no-frills restaurant serves traditional Yucutan foods, like braised pork on rice with hard-boiled eggs, and is a favorite among locals. Tamales and cochnita pibil are the most popular dishes.
Allegue
Blvd. Del Nino Poblano 2510 Pue. Puebla,
Allegue brings traditional Spanish flavors to Puebla with an upscale, gourmet twist. The menu offers paella, tapas, and steaks. Savor a Mezcal cocktail with modern additions like tamarind.
Zefiro
San Jeronimo 24 CDMX Mexico City,
This traditional Mexican restaurant has been awarded TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for three years in a row and serves traditional moles, slow-braised pork and beef dishes, and fresh seafood
Sonora Grill Prime Insurgentes
Avenida Insurgentes sur 1458, Col. Del Valle CDMX Mexico City,
This upscale steakhouse blends standbys like prime cuts with modern twists on traditional Mexican fare, like beef tongue tacos. The Mezcal cocktails are some of the best in the city.

Landmarks

Playa de los Muertos
El Centro (Off Calle Olas Atlas) Jal. Puerto Vallarta, 48380
Chileno Beach
Hwy 1 Km 14.5 B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23410
Calm waters and sparkling, turquoise waters make this the perfect beach for snorkeling, swimming, and lounging on the sand.
Bay of Cabo San Lucas
B.C.S. Cabo San Lucas, 23450
No trip to Cabo is complete without seeing the arch at this world-famous beach. Sea lions, fishing, and a marina make for an amazing destination with plenty to offer.
La Campana
Col. Manzanillo,
This 25,000-acre complex allows you to explore stone pyramids with an active volcano as the dramatic backdrop. Quieter than most historic sites, La Campana lacks the tourists but not the history.
Los Muertos Pier
F. Rodriguez Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
Take a few minutes away from the Romantic Zone and Old Vallarta and take in the view from Los Muertos Pier. Feel the ocean breeze and sample authentic street food from local vendors.
Old Vallarta
Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
Visit Old Vallarta for cobblestone streets, outdoor vendors hawking everything from street food to souvenirs, and popular cafés, bakeries, and restaurants. There's also live music and dancing.
Estadio Azteca
Calzada de Tlalpan 3665 CDMX Mexico City,
The official home stadium of Liga MX's Club América and Cruz Azul, Estadio Azteca is the only stadium to boast two world championship finals: 1970 and 1986. Stop for a stadium tour to take it in.
Parque Museo La Venta
Bulevar Ruiz Cortines S/N Tab. Villahermosa,
This open-air museum and zoo sit along the peaceful Laguna de los Ilusiones. Discover ancient Olmec sculptures and enjoy traditional snacks from the vendors that frequent the promenade.
Copalita Ecological Park & Ruins
Oax. Huatulco,
Explore ancient ruins just steps away from the riverfront. Wild iguanas, lizards, and wetland birds all call the site home, so you will have the chance to take in history and spot local animals.
Plaza de Las Armas
Calle Miguel Lerdo de Tejada Ver. Veracruz ,
Stop by this lively town square to catch folklorico, jarocho, and danzon performances each evening. Take a look around to soak up the traditional colonial architecture while enjoying live music.
Alley of the Frogs - Callejon de los Sapos
Pue. Puebla,
Technicolor buildings line this bustling street, which features an open-air market, cafés, quirky antique stores, and live music and entertainment once the sun sets.
Biblioteca Palafoxiana
Pue. Puebla,
The Jesuits filled this library with a vast collection of religious tomes, now prized as historic artifacts. Step inside to admire the amazing architecture and detailed carved wood details.
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Plaza de las Américas 1, Villa de Guadalupe CDMX Mexico City,
Built on the site where an Indian claimed to have seen the Virgin of Guadalupe, this magnificent church houses the cloak containing an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a famous religious relic.
Cenotes Dos Ojos
Q.R. Tulum,
This crystal-blue cenote is a paradise for scuba divers to admire freshwater fish, stalactites and stalagmites, and bats. Guides can facilitate journeys through the twisting cave system.
Museo de Frida Kahlo
Calle Londres 247, Col. Del Carmen, Coyoacan CDMX Mexico City,
This humble-looking home was actually Frida Kahlo's house and has been transformed into a museum honoring the artist's life and loves. Arrive early or purchase tickets online to beat the crowds.
Museo Nacional de Antropologia
Avenida Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi s/n | Col. Chapultepec, 11560, Mexico CDMX Mexico City,
Considered one of the world's most comprehensive natural history museums, the Museo Nacional de Antropologia houses pre-Columbian artifacts from the Aztecs, Olmecs, and Mayans.
Chichen Itza
Merida, Chichen Itza 97751 Yuc. Tinúm Municipality, 97751
A complex of Mayan ruins on the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichen Itza's main draw is the giant pyramid, El Castillo. Book a tour to hear stories of human sacrifice and aliens before the nightly light show.

Travel Info

Huatulco International Airport
Carretera Costera Pinotera Salina Cruz KM. 237, El Zapote Oax. Santa María Huatulco,
Guanajuato International Airport
Carr. Silao-León KM 5.5, Nuevo México Gto. Silao,
Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport
Carretera a Tepic KM 7.5, Área Militar de Vallarta Jal. Puerto Vallarta,
Acapulco International Airport
Blvrd de las Naciones, Plan de Los Amates S/N Gro. Acapulco de Juárez,
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport
Carr. Guadalajara Chapala KM 17.5 Jal. Guadalajara ,
Veracruz International Airport
Carr. Veracruz-Xalapa KM 13.5 Ver. Veracruz,
Los Cabos International Airport
Carretera Transpeninsular KM 43.5 B.C.S. José del Cabo,
Monterrey International Airport
Carretera Miguel Alemán KM 24 N.L. Monterrey,
Cancun International Airport
Carretera Cancún-Chetumal Km 22 Q.R. Cancún,
Mexico City International Airport
Av Capitan Carlos León S/N, Peñón de los Baños CDMX Venustiano Carranza, 15620

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Travel Tips

Where can I see traditional Mexican architecture?

Mexico is home to 33 World Heritage Sites, including the historic town of Guanajuato and Uxmal, the remains of an ancient Mayan city with stunning buildings like the Pyramid of the Magician. Mexico City has five Aztec temples and you can see pyramids, canals, and dams carved into the mountains at Monte Alban in Oaxaca’s historical center.

Where can I see the monarch butterfly migration?

Monarch butterflies spend their winter hibernation in Mexico. The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is in Piedra Herrada, but the sky around the reserve is filled with these opulent insects, too. The population is highest in January and February and the butterflies love to bask in the sun, so arrive at the reserve between 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. — the warmest part of the day.

How much time do people spend at The Frida Kahlo Museum?

Kahlo’s Casa Azul (Blue House) in Mexico City was turned into a museum showcasing her life and work in 1958. You can book a guided tour, which lasts 45 minutes, or roam the museum independently during opening hours — between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. You must purchase a permit to take flash photography inside the museum. It is closed on Mondays.

Where are the best beaches in Mexico?

Tulum offers picturesque, palm-lined sands and clear blue waters, as well as 13th-century Mayan ruins. It’s one of the quieter beaches, with limestone pools nearby for swimming and snorkeling. For sailing and whale-watching, Puerto Vallarta is a beach with protected coves and views of the Sierra Madre Mountains. The city of Cancun offers some of the most popular beaches to explore.

Which famous Mexican celebrations can I experience?

Many of the traditional celebrations in Mexico are connected to religion. Día de Los Reyes (the Epiphany) celebrates the visit of three kings to Jesus with a special bread. If you find the little doll hidden inside, tradition states that you organize a party for everyone. Sixteen days before Christmas is Posadas. It’s marked with singing and a piñata. Día de los Muertos is celebrated country-wide on November 2. Mexican Independence Day is on September 16 and parades are organized throughout the country.

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