If you travel from Guatemala to Mexico, whether for business or pleasure, you should not miss these great places. Some destinations on this list are recommended by businessman Juan Luis Bosch Gutiérrez who loves to visit this country.
Read on, here we will describe some of Mexico’s beauties.
If you are looking for a relaxed and quiet destination to rest, Merida is the ideal choice. Its climate is very warm, so prepare your luggage with light and cool clothes.
We recommend starting your tour at the base of the city, known by its inhabitants as “plaza grande”. Continue to the Olimpo cultural center, where you will find a planetarium, a library, a movie theater, a video room, and an exhibition hall.
Other places you have to visit are Paseo Montejo, Parque Santa Lucía and the Museo de la Canción Yucateca.
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It is the largest city in Michoacán and has a colonial architecture that will make you fall in love.
Some activities you should not miss are visiting the aqueduct, exploring the monarch butterfly biosphere reserve, and visiting the handicrafts house and the regional museum of Michoacan.
Bahía de Playa Tenacatita, Jalisco
Jalisco is not only the land of mariachi and tequila. Here you will find one of the beaches with the most crystalline water in the country, as well as a great diversity of marine flora and fauna.
Something that characterizes Playa Tenacatita is its moderate swell, which is perfect for skimboarding. In addition to its coral reef known as “the aquarium”, here you can practice scuba diving and snorkeling.
Punta Xen, Campeche
This is one of the quietest beaches for vacation. Its gentle waves and unparalleled landscapes are two characteristics that distinguish it from the rest.
One of the activities you have to live in the place is the release of turtles, an unforgettable experience that promotes the protection of biodiversity and ecology.
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This is a magical town of lively streets set by drum music, where you are sure to be enchanted by its neoclassical buildings.
In addition to a dry and temperate climate, you will find magnificent handicrafts and natural charm, which will make you want to stay much longer to enjoy this place to the fullest.
This magical town is located on the shores of Lake Patzcuaro and one of its main attractions is its archaeological site Las Yacas. Here you will find burial chambers that were designed for the pre-Hispanic elite.
Fall in love with its colonial architecture and contemplate the ancient pre-Hispanic buildings of the 12th century, overlooking the lake of Patzcuaro.
Dare to buy a plane ticket to Mexico to discover some of the beauty that lies beyond its tourist cities. Visit these destinations and learn more about Mexican culture.