The Best Tourist Attractions In Mexico

There is one structure on the North American continent that can truly claim to be a castle, Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City.
Chapultepec has the rather dubious distinction of being the only castle within North America to ever house actual sovereigns. It was originally constructed in 1725 on the orders of the Viceroy Bernardo de Gálvez, and was meant to be a large manor house for the Viceroy, who was the commander-in-chief of the Spanish colony, New Spain. During the Mexican War of Independence the castle was abandoned, and remained in a state of dereliction for several decades. It was eventually refurbished and turned into a Military Academy. It was in this capacity that the castle served as the site of the Battle of Chapultepec during the Mexican-American War in 1847.   Read More
Cancun has a reputation for being a fun place to visit! Its parties are legendary and millions of travellers flock to its sunnier climes and beautiful beaches to throw their inhibitions out of the window and party till the sun comes up… sleep, eat and do it all again the very next night.
Cancun however is about so much more than that. Fun as partying can be, there’s so much more to see and do in this amazing place on the Yucatan Peninsula. You can party at night, check out some of the world’s most amazing wonders during the day and have one of the most balanced and exciting holidays available anywhere! Read More
Getting to the island of Mexcaltitan Nayarit is a highlight on its own. Your adventure begins with a 15 minute boat ride to the island. If it is shrimping season you’ll likely notice local fishermen out in the waters catching shrimp for the local restaurants of Mexcaltitan Mexico.
Not quite round, the oval shaped Isla de Mexcaltitán Mexico is not very large in size measuring just under 400 meters (1312 ft) at its widest. During the rainy season the streets of town flood, making travel by boat the only option. For this reason, the island has earned the name “The Mexican Venice.” Read More
Acapulco is a tourist area in Mexico located in the Bay Area. Acapulco has been around since the early colonization of Mexico and is a port of call for both shipping and cruise lines. Acapulco is home to Mexico’s largest beach and Balneario resort city. Read on to learn more about the best things to do in the area! Read More
The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven) is not only one of Mexico’s most treasured architectural masterpieces, it is also Latin America’s largest and oldest cathedral. Read More

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