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Best Places to Visit in Mexico

The nation of Mexico is culturally and historically intriguing, and if you find yourself in this captivating country, be sure to check out the many attractions it has to offer.

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Tulum

If you're looking to explore the historical side of Mexico, then this is definitely one of the best places to start. Tulum was one of the last cities that were built by the Maya and is also one of the best preserved. Due the presence of many Old World diseases, the population of Tulum eventually migrated away, seeking better landscapes to populate. It is also a beautiful locale since it is situated on the coast, where you can find breath-taking Mayan architecture amidst beautiful tropical beaches.

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Playa del Carmen

This is one of the most popular places to visit in Mexico if you're looking for glitz and glamour. It is situated along the famous Riviera Maya, which is an iconic strip of coastline that acts as the tourism district of Mexico. Any tour provider such as Jetwing Holidays, one of many if you're looking for a travel agency Sri Lanka has to offer, is bound to feature this renowned area within a tour to Mexico. Playa del Carmen has been the setting of various movies and shows and even many PGA Championship matches.

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Zihuatanejo

This is one of the most prominent cityscapes in Mexico, and offers some of the continent's most captivating beach-side locales. It is also a prominent port and you will discover a range of elegant and expensive watercraft within this area. This city however is a lot more laid-back compared to the Riviera Maya. If you're a diving enthusiast, the waters around Zihuatanejo feature more than thirty notable dive-sites.

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Guadalajara

The capital of the state of Jalisco is a truly unique metropolis with modern constructions as well as historic works of architecture. The history of this magnificent city is showcased in various museums and historical sites to be explored through its landscape. Guadalajara is also known to have an incredible culinary culture as well, with a wide range of eateries to explore ranging from restaurants to street-side vendors. The city is also known for its budding nightlife, which is no surprise since it is the birthplace of tequila.

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San Miguel de Allende

For an uncompromising experience of Mexico's vibrant culture and heritage, a cisit to San Miguel de Allende is essential. In 2008 the city made it to list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and with good reason too. The city was built by the Spanish, and features pristine examples of astonishing colonial buildings. Most of the city's iconic historic centre features buildings that are more than five hundred years old. Some of the most notable establishments include the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel and the Sanctuario de Atotonilco. In addition to history, the city is also incredibly rich in the arts, since after almost being abandoned, it was rediscovered by artists. You could also experience the culture of the region through the many festivals that take place here.

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