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Best Mexico itineraries

"Mexico is famous for its cuisine and we loved the colourful food presentation."luxurycolumnist.com
"Mexico is one of the most beautiful country in America I guess."amaixico.com
"Mexico is one of the only 5 star hotels in the area, and we greatly enjoyed our time here."anniewearsit.com
"Mexico is an easy destination for tropical weather, good food, and cheap drinks."baldthoughts.boardingarea.com
"Mexico is one of the safest countries I've ever been to."neverendingfootsteps.com
"Mexico is one of our favorite countries and food is definitely one of the reasons."casualtravelist.com

Mexico location

Northern America

Located

Land borders

Belize

Guatemala

United States

Mexico at a glance

Peso (MXN)

Currency

Spanish

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Relative safe (46 / 100)

Safety index

Emerging (78 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Mexico, Northern America, and it is a roundtrip from Plymouth.
you can take a bath in Puerto Escondido. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Puebla. The climate is comfort. As a
England (England itineraries) citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type G. For the journey you need: A/B. These flight connections are taken during this route: Plymouth - Mexico City (more about Mexico City), Puerto Escondido - Mexico City and Mexico City - Plymouth. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Peso everywhere.
At Mexico in Northern America you will begin your route. Most popular part is Mexico City (Mexico City in detail).
Mainly very big cities are destinations. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Puebla and
Mexico City. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Puebla. During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Peso everywhere.
The itinerary starts in Mexico in Northern America. After that the itinerary proceeds United States. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
At Tijuana and Las Vegas you can enjoy nightlife. The climate is comfort. As a Mexico citizen you must get the valid visa before for
United States (more about United States). There are two flight connections. These are Ciudad Juarez - Tijuana and Las Vegas - Ciudad Juarez. During your travel you have to speak Spanish and English. English should be enough for communication everywhere. Peso and USD are the currencies.
At Northern America, more precisely Mexico, you will begin your route. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in Akumal and
Cancun. If you love to make party you will be happy at Cancun. The climate is warm. During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Mexico, Northern America. Most popular part is Mexico City.
If you love to visit museums you will be happy at Chihuahua,
Mexico City (Mexico City in detail) and Puebla. The climate is comfort. During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: Chihuahua - Mexico City and Oaxaca - Chihuahua.
This itinerary shows you a bit of Mexico, Northern America. Most popular part is Mexico City.
Mainly very big cities are destinations. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Tijuana,
Mexico City and Puebla. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Tijuana and Puebla. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Peso everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: Tijuana - Mexico City (visit Mexico City itineraries) and Puebla - Tijuana.

More about Mexico

One of the main reasons to go Mexico are the beaches. Mexico beaches can be divided into 4 categories or zones: those of the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Coast, Baja California and the Pacific Mainland. Each area has its own beautiful beaches with distinct reputations. Here's a rundown on some of Mexico's best beaches, sorted out by zone. Gulf of Mexico: The Gulf of Mexico is the country's least popular destination for beach goers. The area tends to be wild and more suited for those who wish to tromp through natural lands. However, there are a few good beaches, mostly on the Costa Esmeralda. Playa Marti is a pretty little beach that is popular with young people as a laid back destination complete with soccer and volleyball nets to help you expend some energy before relaxing on the beach. Playa del Hornos is great for swimming and having picnics on the beach. There are also food stalls for those who prefer not to bring their own snacks. Tecolutla is more popular and includes various types of accommodation as well as camping sites and restaurants. Caribbean Coast: Perhaps the most popular of all of Mexico's beaches are those along the Caribbean Coast. This stretch of Mexico includes beaches that are incredibly wild and incredibly beautiful. Cancun (visit Cancun itineraries) is the king of Mexico beaches as far as popularity goes. The white sand is soft and beautiful and the waters are great for underwater activities. There are plenty of resorts, and the nightlife is incredible. Cancun (see itineraries) is most popular with young people. Playa del Carmen (plan Playa del Carmen itineraries) is a bit more low-key while still having all of the necessary hotels, restaurants and shops. You can also take boats to nearby Cozumel, which caters mostly to cruises. Puerto Morelos is a small beach with inviting waters. The area's claim to fame is the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, always a favorite for divers. Tulum (Tulum in detail) looks touristy at first, with its many shops and restaurants, but once you hit the beach you'll love the stretches of sand dotted with Mayan ruins. Baja California: Here you'll find beautiful, natural beaches and surfers galore. This is a popular destination for Americans who live in California and can drive down in a few short hours. Playa Costa Azul is best known for its surfing. You'll find plenty of beach bums around here. Playa Solmar, on the other hand, is great for diving, just be careful of the riptides if you venture in for a swim from the shore. Playa Buenaventura offers some incredible kayaking opportunities. Playa Requeson and Playa Coyote are best known for their incredible natural beauty. You can explore these beaches in peace and quiet. Pacific Mainland: Like the Caribbean coast, the Pacific Mainland coast is teeming with beaches that can be crowded with people. Acapulco is perhaps the best known, and is often referred to as the Cancun (visit Cancun itineraries) of the Pacific. The beaches are lined with resorts. Mazatlan is the opposite of Acapulco in that the accommodations are very low cost, making it popular with college students and young people. Bahia de Matanchen has soft sands and makes for a relaxing vacation. Finally, Zipolite is the most popular beach for backpackers, giving it a chilled out vibe that can't be beat.