Destination Reviews on the Cities & Towns in Mexico
City: Old World Meets Modern Day
on the crux between old world and new, this bustling city of
22 million people exudes a multiple of personalities, both ancient
and modern that showcase the development of human cultural achievements
over an event-filled, tumultuous 3,000 years. Where to start?
Read on to discover Mexico City!
Monarch Butterfly Migration
Travel to the tiny mountain village of Angangueo, a cobblestoned
mining town in the central state of Michoacán, to witness
the amazing winter migration of many millions of monarch butterflies.
Mexico's Virgin Caribbean Coast
It is the last untamed stretch of Mexico's glorious Mayan Riviera,
tucked an hour south of the high-rise hotels and throbbing clubs
of Cancun along the modern highway past fast-growing Playa del
Carmen and several large resort playgrounds that are in development.[READ]
A Charmer on Mexico's Pacific Coast
The wide sand beaches and hotels in the curved bays of Manzanillo
-- located between Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco -- remain a
gateway for adventurous folk looking for untamed beauty and
a plethora of activities. [READ]
(photo courtesy of Mexican Pacific Marketing)