The official name of Mexico is Estados Únidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States) with its’ border between the United States awarding the second largest border in the world. Let the daydreaming of images of white sand beaches, clear, blue water, and continuous sunny weather become a reality; visit the place where the Chihuahua, the world’s smallest dog get its name after one of the 31 Mexican states.
Tourism is a major contributor to economy, which allows the culturally-rich, ancient dwelling space to profit from travelers’ love of Mexico’s richness. Tourists from various countries including the U.S. flock to taste Mexico’s cultural diversity and natural environment at relatively low prices.
Mexico City Museums
The rich city boasts that they hold the most museums on earth in one space, making it a cultural hub. It’s here that you can embrace your inner Monet and Ricky Martin, as It has more than 30 concert halls and 100 art galleries. The National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia) is one of the top tourist attractions. Located in Mexico City, it holds 23 exhibition halls and is considered one of the most comprehensive natural history museums in the world.
Although it is not necessarily our cup of tea, you might enjoy bullfighting. Not animal friendly, but a genuine cultural, colonial derivative, it was brought to Mexico by Spanish conquerors. Second to Spain, Mexico now has the most bullfighting rings in the world. Bullfighting takes place from November to April, and the Plaza Mexico is the largest bullring in the world to offer this type of entertainment.
Riding the waves here will be a memorable experience, especially in some of the best surfing sports in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Tulum, and others. Mexico offers some unforgettable destinations to explore nestled against the breaking waves and beautiful waves of the ocean.
Rivera Maya offers travelers a more engaging, multifaceted vacation experience in tune with the natural environment and with the world’s ever-increasing social and ecological awareness.
Located on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has a curious charm with a list of endless activities to enjoy. Jet-skiing, banana-boating, parasailing, snorkeling, kitesurfing, diving and horseback-riding opportunities can all be found with a short exploration down the sand.
A must stop includes the Teotihuacan pyramids. At one time, a blossoming pre-Columbian era dwelling space, it now stands as a remembrance of sophisticated living, much before modern day. Since, converted into a museum, allowing travelers and locals alike to observe the excavated pottery used and bones of humans that existed so long ago. Cruising south, you can see ancient Mayan canals as well. Much history lies within Mexican soil; step lightly.