Visit Mexico!

5 reasons to go

If you're considering taking a trip to Mexico, you might have many reasons for doing so. Perhaps you want spend a few peaceful days in a large beachfront resort, or travel through small towns, sampling the local food. Whatever it may be Mexico is ready to welcome you.

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Affordability. Mexico is an affordable vacation destination. If you'd like an all-inclusive trip, you can save a bundle by searching the Internet for Mexican vacation packages that include air fare, hotel fee and meals. If you're more the backpacking type, you can save money by staying at small inns in some of Mexico's rural towns. Eat where the locals eat, and you'll not only get a view of the local culture, but also you'll save money on food.


Mexico's coasts attract visitors looking to relax and enjoy a sunny beachfront vacation. Large resorts line many of Mexico's beaches, offering a laid-back getaway to sand- and surf-seeking travelers.
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Mexico's Gulf-front beaches beckon travelers with crystal-clear waters.


Mexico welcomes visitors looking to immerse themselves in the country's vibrant culture. Come catch a performance by a rumba band or head to populous Mexico City to visit art museums filled with work by some of Mexico's finest artists, including Frieda Kahlo and Diego Rivera.

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Mexican cuisine isn't just about tacos and tamales. Visit the inland cities of Puebla and Oaxaca to sample different varieties of mole, a sauce made with toasted chilies and chocolate. In the coastal regions, sample local seafood dishes, such as snapper Veracruz style, a meal made with whole snapper prepared with tomatoes, chilies and olives. Head down to Baja California to sample Mexico's finest wines and visit the home of the fish taco.
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Snapper Veracruz Style


Step back to the days when the Mayans ruled Mexico. Visit the ruins of two Mayan cities in the Yucatan Peninsula at Tulum and Chichen Itza, and walk among the stone pyramids that once housed some of Mexico's earliest residents.