Mexico is a tourist destination that has a great diversity of natural resources, enormous cultural and historical wealth, world-renowned gastronomy, privileged geographical location and exceptional climate, a situation that positions it as an attractive destination.
The center of the Mexican Republic has charming colonial cities such as: Guanajuato, Morelia, Querétaro, Puebla, San Miguel de Allende and Taxco.
With regard to the so-called Magical Towns, these are ancient populations where important historical events have taken place and which preserve symbolic, architectural or natural attributes. The inhabitants of these sites maintain customs and traditions which they transmit to the new generations for the pride that represents them. In this way, magical towns are living spaces that preserve their value and cultural historical heritage through different expressions that represent their tangible and intangible heritage.
Located at more than 2,000 meters above sea level and with more than 20 million inhabitants, this city has a beautiful old quarter that revolves around the Zócalo, ruins of ancient civilizations such as the Templo Mayor, interesting museums such as the Frida Kahlo museum, and charming neighborhoods such as San Ángel and Coyoacán.
Teotihuacán, the place where men become gods, is one of the best excursions in Mexico City and one of the essentials to visit in Mexico.
Located less than 50 kilometers from Mexico City, the archaeological zone of Teotihuacán still presents many enigmas around the people who built and inhabited it for centuries.
Mérida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, known as the White City, is another of the most beautiful cities to see in Mexico.
Considered one of the cities with the best quality of life and the safest in the country, Mérida stands out for its rich colonial, Mayan and African heritage, the latter influenced by French and Lebanese cultures, as well as for the renowned Yucatecan food with dishes such as Cochinita Pibil, Papadzules and Panuchos.