Yucatan peninsula

Yucatan peninsula

Yucatan separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea. The northern part of the peninsula is occupied by the Mexican states of Yucatán, Campeche and Quintana Roo. More »

Top 10 beaches in Mexico

Top 10 beaches in Mexico

The influential magazine Conde nast Traveler chose the best beaches in Mexico. In their opinion, this list includes 10 seats. More »

Mexico

Mexico

Mexico – variegated mixture of Spanish, Native American and Caribbean cultures. Relax on the best beaches of Cancun and the Riviera Maya, the ancient monuments of mysterious civilizations and diving on the island of Cozumel, tequila, fine cuisine and incendiary disco – all of Mexico: tours, rates, hotels. More »

10 best Mexico hotels by Conde Nast Traveler

10 best Mexico hotels by Conde Nast Traveler

At the end of the year, Conde Nast Traveler magazine summed up the twenty-eightth Readers\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' Choice Awards. More »

Acapulco

Acapulco

Where is Acapulco The city is located on the Pacific coast, 411 km from Mexico City , in the picturesque bay of Acapulco, surrounded by mountains. More »

 

Birds of the Yucatan peninsula

The Yucatán Peninsula is one of the richest in the natural diversity of places on the planet. Perhaps, that is why the postclassical period of the Mayan civilization in the 6th-9th century flourished here. AD: here, after the decline of Copan, Tikal,

Celebrating the day of the dead in Mexico

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In the first days of November in Mexico and Central America celebrate the Day of the Dead . This original and mysterious holiday has its roots in the Indian culture, in which death was not at all identified with grief and loss, but

5 best coffee shops in Mexico city

Mexico is one of its largest world producers. Coffee berries are grown in the highlands in the southeast of the country, in the states of Chiapas , Guerrero, Veracruz, Puebla, Oaxaca and Nayarit. But despite this, coffee culture is much less developed here than, for example, in Italy or

Greetings from the past: south to Mexico city

Recently, we received an unusual “mature” material about Mexico – an article written by Wilbor Gerret (WE Warrett), published in August 1968 in the American The National Geographic (vol. 134, no. 2). The material entitled “South to Mexico City” is dedicated to traveling on

A new trend: riding in Los Cabos

Every year more and more travelers try to combine a relaxing beach holiday with something else, for example they go on sightseeing tours . At the Mexican resort of Los Cabos has its own “chip” – it’s riding. The center of attraction for beginners and

10 best Mexico hotels by Conde Nast Traveler

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At the end of the year, Conde Nast Traveler magazine summed up the twenty-eightth Readers’ Choice Awards, a ranking by definition of the best tourist destinations, resorts, cities in various regions of the world.  The rating took into account the opinion