Plan your next big trip and say Olah, Mexico!
For vacationers, travelling to Mexico means having tons of fun. Most travellers are thinking of the parties with unlimited tequila and enchiladas right away. While this is true, don’t forget to experience the sweet side of the country. Feel the warmth of the nation as you experience the musts in this country.
Bordering the Caribbean Sea are the beaches of Cancun. The perfect place to lay in the sun, go for a swim and party all night. It is spring break forever in this city.
Dive into the traditions of Mexico and take part in the local festivities. Dance along the Mariachi band and of course find the town of Tequila and drink tequila.
This thriving city showcases modern and historic Mexico. Be in the center of restaurants, hotels, and other luxuries. You can also spend your time in art museums, ancient structures, and old churches.
Deep fried tortillas filled with cheese, meat, and vegetables.
This tortilla-based typical breakfast meal of Mexicans are topped with salsa, chicken, beans and eggs.
This world-famous dish is a combination of meat or seafood, cheese, beans, and vegetables covered with Mexican chili sauce rolled with flour or corn wraps.
A traditional food that dates back to the Mayas. Meat, Chili, fruits and vegetables are wrapped in corn husk or banana leaf.
Apart from Mexico’s top dishes and cities, make sure to visit incredible landmarks that greatly influenced how the country came about.
Mexico has a broad history. Lots of ancient civilizations have risen and fallen during ancient times. The Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Toltec, and Aztec civilizations prospered during these times making the country’s culture a lot diverse.
Great Pyramid of Cholula
Also called the Tlachihualtepetl, this is believed to be made for the Aztec feathered serpent god, Quetzalcoatl. It is located in the west of the Puebla in Cholula.
This ancient temple district is located in an island in what was then Lake Texcoco in the Valley of Mexico. Visit the ancient ruins and discover the roots of the country.
Visit the ancient Mayan Village and see the Temple of Kukulcán (El Castillo).
Around 80 percent of Mexicans are Catholics due to Spanish Colonialism. They are life practitioners as it is a part of their whole identity. It is passed on from generation to generation, cementing their strong belief in Christianity. Know more about their innate values as you visit the top churches in the country.
Be in awe with the beautiful outdoor and indoor architectural of these churches in your next visit.
The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City
Templo de Santo Domingo, Oaxaca
Templo de San Francisco Javier, Tepotzotlán
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