The land that is Mexico
Northwestern Mexico and inland northern areas are drier than the rest of the country. It is hot in the summer and north winds can make inland northern Mexico chilly in winter, with temperatures sometimes approaching freezing. Inland at higher elevations, the climate is also dry and temperate, and the mountain peaks are often capped with snow.
People of Mexico
Places to see
This complex of awesome pyramids, set amid what was once Mesoamerica’s greatest city, is among the region’s most visited destinations. Set 50km northeast of Mexico City, in a mountain-ringed offshoot of the Valle de Mexico, Teotihuacan is known for its two massive pyramids, the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, which dominate the remains of the metropolis. Teotihuacan was Mexico’s biggest ancient city and the capital of what was probably Mexico’s largest pre-Hispanic empire.
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Land’s End is by far the most impressive attraction Mexico has to offer. Hop on a boat and head to El Arco (the Arch), a jagged natural feature that partially fills with the tide. Pelicans, sea lions, sea, sky –it’s magical, despite the backdrop of cruise ships.
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Long, straight Zicatela is Puerto Escondido’s happening beach, with enticing cafes, restaurants and accommodations, as well as the waves of the legendary Mexican Pipeline.