Since the city's inception back in the early 14th century, Mexico City has been drawing attention to itself. Home to the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, this capital city is one of the most historically rich in Central America. Though the Aztecs are no more, the city remains a bustling, beautiful city with a burning vivacity for entertainment, culture, and life.
Located along the picture perfect Caribbean shore, the ancient walled city of Tulum was once the site of a prosperous Mayan community. Today, Tulum attracts thousands of visitors for its supreme blue vistas of turquoise seas, white sugar sand beaches, and the fantastically preserved historic ruins. Dive into limestone underwater caves, traverse the rainforest, or dive beneath the waves and discover the magic of Tulum.
A popular cruise ship port destination, Puerto Vallarta continues to wow tourists with its bright colors, exciting adventures, and relaxing amenities meant to take all of your cares away. With a wide array of popular attractions, it's hard to pick what to do first in Puerto Vallarta.
The precursor to Cancun, Acapulco made its name in the tourist industry during the 1950s. After a slight downturn in popularity, Acapulco has again reached a peak in tourism, updating its image with intensely beautiful accommodations, unique entertainment venues, and more. See the Acapulco cliff divers, hike in the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains, view the Diego Rivera Mural, or sample the nightlife at the resorts.
Though it is a popular destination for spring breakers, Cancun is much more than a party town. A bright cosmopolitan city, Cancun caters to all ages and group dynamics with an abundance of recreational activities on land or undersea, entertaining and educational museums, and historic attractions that only Mexico can offer. The Yucatan Peninsula's prime jewel shines bright in Cancun.
A supremely stunning historic city of comfort, culture, and sophistication, San Miguel de Allende is a popular destination for expats and tourists. Warm climate and exquisite beauty make San Miguel de Allende easy to enjoy, especially on walking tours to see the famous pink limestone Parroquia de San Miguel Archangel. If you're looking for a relaxed city with sophistication and poise, San Miguel may be right for you.
One of Mexico's top five destinations, Cabo San Lucas is perhaps the best city for the beautiful beaches seemingly draped lovingly with soft confectioner's white sugar sand leading into the jewel-colored Caribbean sea. Uncover the mysteries of the deep in Cabo where diving is sublime and the wildlife are friendly, granite arches rise from the sea, and underwater structures wait to be explored.
A European chic city of Caribbean beaches, high class shopping, and five-star dining, Playa del Carmen is one of the top five destinations for world travel. Bringing in more tourism than Cancun or Cozumel, Playa del Carmen offers comfort of upscale familiarity with the beauty and flavor of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.