Mexico’s capital and largest city is overflowing with culture, amazing culinary options, and the perfect blend of modern city life with colonial charm.
San Miguel de Allende
Where can you find Baroque/Neoclassical colonial buildings and a thriving arts scene? In central Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende, of course!
San Cristobal de las Casas
Add this colonial city to your bucket list! Surrounded by picturesque pine forest, San Cristobal de las Casas is a cultural oasis amidst the Mexican countryside.
While Tulum does feature some of Mexico’s best beaches, it’s the incredible Mayan ruins that put it on this list! During the 13th and 14th centuries, Tulum served as a major trading post. A visit to this former powerful city-state is a must in the area.
Explore one of the greatest and best-restored Mayan sites in the Yucatan!
You may recognize this complex of Mayan ruins by the iconic step-pyramid dominating the city, but explore further and you will also discover a ball court, a temple of skulls, and even a sacred sink hole.