Top 4 Spectacular Travel Places in Mexico
Acapulco is basically known as the spring break destination and a fulfilling getaway for people seeking to suppress all signs of stress for a couple of days. And the place isn’t just a playground for pre-adults since it has long thought to be the number one spot for honeymooners in the entire world. So whether you like to dance the night away or take long walks on the beach, this undeniably wonderful place has a lot to offer its travelers aside from its lovely beaches. For instance, palm trees and an assortment of flora and fauna bound Coyuca Lagoon, which is an awesome fresh water lagoon. A group of professional skydivers, the famed La Quebrada Cliff Divers show off breathtaking stunts (they will dive 45 meters from the cliffs into the sea) to the public on a daily basis including fascinating night shows. With regards to nightlife, the perfect place to go is La Costera, which is a street in Acapulco filled with a variety of pubs and clubs where you can enjoy a club-to-club hopping without the hassles of traveling extended distances. Frequently visited clubs include a Disco Beach (highlight is a dance floor directly next to the Condesa beach), Barbarroja (a pirate ship shaped club) and Andromedas (featuring a real mermaid in a tank by the wall). If you want to be spellbound by the beautiful piece of greenery of the Acapulco Botanical Gardens, visit the picturesque place located in the Southern Sierra Madre Mountains. The unique star shaped design of The Fort of San Diego attracts a steady flow of visitors while those who are interested to visit the Acapulco History Museum, which is housed just within the Fort, will surely be satisfied with its various collections.
Guadalajara, located in west central Mexico, is the second largest next to Mexico City in terms of population. This city is a combination of European culture with modern architecture and infrastructure. If you’d like to give art a second thought, you need to visit El Instituto Cultural Cabañas (Cabañas Cultural Institute). It is a world heritage site that was formerly an orphanage but now serves as the city’s cultural institute offering classes in arts and houses Jose Clemente Orozco’s outstanding murals. If you want to ponder the many spooky legends, visit El Panteon de Belen (Bethlehem Cemetery), which is an old and beautiful cemetery. The once crashed beautiful towers during an earthquake, Catedral de Guadalajara (The Guadalajara Cathedral) was scrupulously rebuilt to govern the skyline of downtown Guadalajara, is a spectacular site you can’t afford to miss. Since Rotonda de Los Jaliscienses Ilustres (Rotunda of Illustrious Men and Women) is located right in the heart of downtown and right next to the Cathedral, it is a great place to sit and observe all the events of the city.
Located on the Yucatan Channel that separates Mexico from the island of Cuba in the Greater Antilles, Cancun, also referred to as Mexican Caribbean, is a coastal city in Mexico’s easternmost state. The city is a downright blend of history and nature. This place is called paradise on Earth, mainly because of the turquoise blue sea and the complex jungle, supplemented by some of the most superb white sand covering all together combined. From fine dining (high quality foods prepared by the world’s most famous chefs) to great nightlife pleasure (large discotheques that are extremely alive and attractive), Cancun has everything to offer not to mention relaxing places like jazz and piano bars. Some of the most attractive resorts located in this city are the following: Hilton Golf & Spa Resort, Riu Palace Las Americas, JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa and La Blanc Spa Resort.
Cozumel is the largest island of Mexico located off the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Aside from the beautiful white sandy beaches that surround the island and the nearly ideal all-year-round vacation weather, there is something more that keeps travelers from coming back time and time again. Cozumel is identified to be the paradise of scuba divers since it contains fantastic diving spots and well-taken cared of underwater scenery, which comprises of an amazing marine life, abundant coral reef, crystal clear waters and brightly painted fishes. The most well known spots for scuba are Santa Rosa, Palancar and Punta Sur. Furthermore, Cozumel is an abode to a system of underground rivers aside from its magnificent beaches and ocean waters. San Gervacio, one of the lesser known but still a fascinating site that was once a place of worship of Mayan women to adore the goddess of fertility, Ixchel, has been turned into a beautiful park.
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