Mexico

Travel stories about Mexico

Mexico is a perfect country for traveling or for spending your holidays. Mexico has a lot to offer for you. If you like to learn more about the culture or if you just want to relax, Mexico might be a country to consider to visit.

If you want to know more, because you want to visit Mexico or you are traveling there right now, you will find here useful and fun blog posts written by other travelers that have been visiting Mexico in North America. Just let other travel bloggers inspire you!

Gran Museo Del Mundo Maya Beyond The Ordinary 26d

Perhaps the most surprising fact about the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya in Merida is that it took…

Mexico #city #museum #sightseeing

A Yucatan Itinerary - 2 Weeks in the Yucatan Peninsula Gypsy With a Day Job 89d

Spending 2 weeks in Yucatan? A Yucatan 2 week itinerary including Merida, Tulum, and Chichen Itza,…

Mexico #beach #cave #city #history

Top 10 Mexico Experiences Back to the Passport 105d

Mexico is an amazing - and affordable - travel destination and one that should be on everyone’s…

Mexico #nature #sightseeing #tip

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Visit Nuevo Progreso Mexico Via the Progreso Texas Border… Gold Country Cowgirl 108d

Visit Nuevo Progreso Mexico via the Progreso Texas Border Crossing for cheap healthcare, dental,…

Mexico #food #shopping #sightseeing #spa

Mayan Ruins, Crocodiles, and a Beautiful Beach - a Day at… Just Chasing Rabbits 129d

At Punta Sur Eco Beach Park in Cozumel, visitors can experience authentic Mayan ruins, crocodiles…

Mexico #animals #beach #nature #sightseeing

Yaxchilan - in the Jungle of Chiapas Wanderer Writes 178d

Yaxchilan, hidden in the jungle of Chiapas, is one of most spectacular Classic Maya archaeological…

Mexico #architecture #history #nature #wildlife

Snorkelling in a Mexican Paradise I Travel and I Cook 181d

Experiencias Xcaret park is the place to go for lovers of all things underwater.

Mexico #beach #nature #park #sightseeing

Bonampak - Ancient Maya Art at Its Height Wanderer Writes 190d

Bonampak, a small Mayan site in the middle of the jungles of Chiapas, is home to the most elaborate…

Mexico #architecture #art #history #sightseeing

Tulum Eats: Where to Eat in Tulum Adventure At Work 190d

Tulum has amazing food around every corner; handmade pasta, cheap but authentic tacos, and açai…

Mexico #accommodation #beach #drinks #food

Palenque - One of the Most Beautiful Classic Maya Site Wanderer Writes 197d

The archaeological site of Palenque in Chiapas represents one of the most outstanding examples of…

Mexico #architecture #art #history #sightseeing

A Roadtrip in Search of Ancient Mayan Sites Wanderer Writes 207d

We explored known and unknown Mayan ruins from Xel-Ha to Yaxchilan and Bonampak, through Palenque…

Mexico #architecture #history #nature #sightseeing

How to Visit Azulik, Tulum Adventure At Work 207d

Azulik Tulum is a resort Mexico whose trendy vibes and stunning design has people all over the…

Mexico #accommodation #architecture #beach #drinks

Exploring Ek Balam Through the Decades Wanderer Writes 248d

The now-famous Mayan ruins of Ek Balam were virtually unknown three decades ago. Fully excavated…

Mexico #architecture #history #sightseeing

Coba - the Hidden Mayan Gem Beyond The Ordinary 255d

It might be just 27 miles inland from the Yucatan Peninsula’s fabled east coast, but the Mayan city…

Mexico #history #sightseeing #temple #tip

Yucatan Peninsula: Unesco World Heritage Sites Beyond The Ordinary 297d

UNESCO World Heritage sites are locations of global significance. As of 2018 there were 35 in…

Mexico #nature #sightseeing #tip

Cholula Is Home to the Largest Pyramid in the World Wanderer Writes 309d

The Great Pyramid of Cholula, also called Tlachihualtepetl, Nahuatl for "made by hand mountain", is…

Mexico #history

What Is the Day of the Dead? I Travel and I Cook 310d

When is Day of the Dead celebrated in Mexico and what should you know about this misunderstood…

Mexico #festival #lifestyle #sightseeing #video

Xochitécatl, an Ancient Site Surrounded by Volcanoes Wanderer Writes 316d

Xochitécatl, a Mesoamerican site dating from around 1000 BC, sits on an extinct volcano overlooking…

Mexico #history