A link between the two Americas, a trip to Mexico is synonymous of colors, traditions and fabulous food.
From the sophisticated Mexico City, to the beaches of Tulum via the colonial cities of Yucatan, to the unique setting of Puebla, to the charm of the streets of San Miguel de Allende, what is your dream?
The long white sand beaches of the Riviera Maya? The Mayan ruins? A cenote crystal clear water? Haciendas or palapa roofs? Historic architecture? Local markets?
Tacos al pastor? Cheese? Tamales wrapped in banana leaves? hapulines (grasshoppers) with chile, salt and lime? Churros? Aguas frescas, Tequila, Mezcal or Pulque? What is your favorite food or drink?
A myriad of possibilities.
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Mexico City is a sophisticated and vibrant capital that offers a little bit of everything, food, culture and shopping.
It is a mega city, widely spread. It is colorful, beautiful, artistic, charming, and with a history filled with heated revolutions and tragic idealism.
Discover the mangroves and beaches on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, with soft sand and minimal surf.
Explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, which sit atop cliffs overlooking the sea or the impressive Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, another remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Site and less visited ones such as Coba or Ek Balam.
Visit the UNESCO-listed Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean. It is located in the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, and is home to a vast biodiversity, especially bird and marine species, in its tropical forests, mangroves, marshes and barrier reefs.
Oaxaca is a traveler’s paradise; famed for its colonial architecture, its archeological sites, its sandy beaches to the south, and the best food in Mexico.
San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende is almost 500 years old, and an ideal destination to combine with Mexico City.
After the chaos of Mexico City, it is a great idea to find peace and tranquility in this beautiful colonial city.
It is famous for its cobblestone streets and colonial buildings.
There is an abundance of organic produce coming from the nearby farms such as avocado, mango but also paprika and turmeric.
It is also a sophisticated city where you will find designer stores, art galleries and great restaurants.
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