The Best Mexico Vacations

The Best Mexico Vacations
With its gorgeous beaches, friendly people and fun activities, Mexico has a lot to offer to a tourist. Whether you are escaping to Mexico by yourself or taking the entire family, there are plenty of cities that have become incredibly popular with tourists all around the world. Here are some of the best Mexico vacation spots.


Cancun is synonymous with paradise, as many visitors would attest. Although it began as a coconut plantation, Cancun has now become one of the world's most popular vacation hotspots. Whether you want a family-friendly environment or bustling nightlife, chances are you can find what you are looking for at one of the city's many all-inclusive resorts, which allow you to make one payment and then relax for the rest of the vacation.


Cozumel is an excellent vacation destination for people who want to spend the day in the sun or in the water. Famous for its scuba diving opportunities, Cozumel offers spectacular underwater sightseeing opportunities. After a day in the water, you can unwind on the gorgeous beaches.


Acapulco is sometimes eclipsed by Cancun and Cozumel, but the city has plenty to offer tourists. The city combines Mexico's charming culture and tradition with the benefits of a resort city. Acapulco is legendary for its nightlife, and it has become notorious as a destination for college students on spring break, so you may consider Acapulco as more of a place for couples and groups that enjoy that scene.

Mexico City

If you want to visit Mexico to get a taste of the country's rich culture and history, there is no better place to visit than Mexico City. Mexico's capital has acquired a bit of a bad reputation, but there are plenty of extraordinary national landmarks to visit and other sights to see that offer so much to tourists. Mexico City offers a more authentic Mexico experience than most resort cities provide.


Another cultural landmark of Mexico is Cuernavaca, a city known more for its art and history than for its nightlife. Outdoor markets and artwork abound in this timeless city, and Cuernavaca is very close to several of Mexico's most fascinating Aztec ruins.

Article Written By Kelly Townsend

Kelly Townsend has been a freelance writer, editor and blogger for more than 10 years. She has been published in dozens of websites, magazines and newspapers. Townsend has her bachelor's degree in English from UCLA.

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