5 Things you Can Not Miss in Mexico

Thinking of Mexico brings on tacos, tequila, mariachi, margaritas, and nature’s beauty on mind. Embraced for its astonishing beaches- Playa Del Carmen, Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Mazatlan to name a few and strikingly wonderful pyramids Mexico is the city for people who love exploring beauty.

This modern city offers a blend of all comforts spanning across the home, and the historical being the oldest capital city in the Americas. This traveler-friendly city lets you relish every bit of your time making you feel refreshed and relaxed at the most affordable cost.

We take you through the top attractions of Mexico City that would create unforgettable memories and you would love to visit.

  1. Frida Kahlo Museum

The Frida Kahlo is a renowned museum located in Blue House of Frida, where she was born and brought up and died. Frida and her husband Diego Rivera along with other famous Mexican artist lived here and shared the accommodation. Later it was converted to the museum that now is a home to an assortment of the artwork done by Frida and Diego reflecting an insight into the time and life.

  1. Museo Soumaya

Located in the posh neighborhood of Polanco, surrounded by lavish stores, Museo Soumayais the luxurious and modern museum that exhibits the incredible art.Generally, not crowded, this museum falls under the patronage of Carlos Slim, a Mexican super-billionaire. A huge number of around 60,000 art works curated during several centuries and from eminent international artists like Rodin, Dali, and many others are housed in this most visited place by travelers in the Mexico City.

  1. Cancún and the Mayan Riviera

Mayan Riviera is an alluring collection of Playa del Carmen, Cancún, and the island of Cozumel resorts that lies beside the coastline on the Gulf of Mexico.Situated on the tip of the Yucatán Peninsula, this magnificent area is approached by around five million travelers a year contributing to over 20% of the Mexico’s total revenues.

With crystal-clear water and the crowd at the Riviera’s broad beaches, the Riviera also treasures to offer exquisite fun activities including dolphin swims, snorkeling, scuba diving in the largest underwater museum in the world consisting of the breathtaking sculptures submerged under up to 8 meters. Mayan ruins represent the ancient region nearby to the beaches, but the largest and ChichénItzá and Tulum will take few hours to reach.

  1. The Top of Torrelatinoamericana

The Torrelatinoamericana is a prominent landmark in the Mexico City. Until 1984, it was the tallest architecture in the town, but it still own pride to be the biggest landmark in the core central downtown. Tourists can view the spread metropolis from its top and get an amazing sight of Mexico City. Visit this tower just before the sunset to catch the most captivating view.

  1. Copper Canyon

One of Mexico’s most northerly states is Chihuahua  that shares border with New Mexico. Famous for the strikingly beautiful Copper Canyon (Barranca del Cobre), it is the most visited place in Mexico that lies in Sierra Madre Occidental. The structure has been formed by six rivers and has steep canyon walls of green color. You can explore nearby areas like Ferrocarril Chihuahua al Pacíficoby rail and to add adventure to it, even on horseback or bike.

To leverage the beauty of Mexico and its alluring architecture, you can book cheap flight ticket to Mexico through farebirds.com and take the pleasure of luxurious holiday with family, or friends. We bring you the travel guide on the most favorite as well as unexplored places from across the world with our expert insights.


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