List of Tourist Attractions in Mexico
The US’s neighbour to the South, Mexico, has a wide range of experiences to offer tourists. There’s the desert countryside in the country’s north, which looks somewhat similar to neighbouring US states. Then there’s the cities, the mountains, the coast…
In Nuevo Leon, in the north of Mexico, there’s a well-developed infrastructure and one of Mexico’s fastest growing and richest cities: Monterrey. Here, you’ll find opportunities to learn about and even visit the region’s past, as well as extreme sports and family-friendly pastimes. For an example of the region’s flavour, look no further than the Pueblo Magico (magical village), in Santiago, an area of rest and peace beloved of locals and visitors alike where there’s rich cuisine, a warm climate and the atmosphere of tranquillity that made it famous.
Further south and giving more of the flavour of provincial Mexico is Aguascalientes, the capital of the state of the same name. The city is booming but that’s done nothing to diminish its rural charm, and the brave bullfighters, excellent wines, cuisine, gentle climate and relaxed provincial character offer the visitor a taste of a different Mexico.
And for those who choose to visit the capital, Mexico City is one of the largest metropolitan districts in the world, its 16 boroughs hosting everything from the Plaza Garibaldi, one of the finest places in the world to hear live mariachi music, to the National Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Pre-Hispanic remains sit side by side with Mexico’s future, and street life and nightclubs coexist with high culture and history. Mexico has something to offer everyone!