On the beach at Punta Cancún, the resort is less than 3 km (1.5 mi) from shops and restaurants at the Plaza Forum, Plaza Flamingo, and La Isla Mall.
Set along the Caribbean, this Riviera Maya resort offers relaxation on the private beach and quick access to the shops, restaurants, and nightlife of Playa del ...
Located in the heart of Guadalajara, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of La Estampida Sculpture and La Minerva. University of Guadalajara Assembly ...
The Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico is connected by a pedestrian bridge to domestic terminal 1, gate B, of Benito Juárez International Airport. Complimentary transportation ...
Less than 3 miles from Cabo San Lucas downtown and marine, this 642-room resort faces Médano Beach with views of the Arch and Lover’s Beach. Exceptional service ...
Located in Colonia Juarez, this hotel is steps from Cristobal Colon Monument and Teatro Diego Rivera. Monument to the Revolution and Museo Nacional de la Revolucion ...
From the vast bronze deserts to the sapphire reefs of Cozumel, and the ancient history around Palenque to the tequila-soaked nightlife of Tijuana, Mexico is an intriguing and exhilarating land that will throw something new at you every time. It's a place that offers endless opportunities to relax to the max or to go as wild as you like. Better yet, hurling yourself headlong into Mexico's vibrant, varied culture won't cost you nearly as many pesos as you may think.
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Temperatures in Mexico vary throughout the year. Potential visitors to Mexico should check for weather conditions for their specific destination. Annual temperatures in Mexico are between 60 and 80 degrees. Mexico vacations are best from October to May, especially during October and November since temperatures are nice and cool. The rainy season in Mexico lasts from June to September, with July being the wettest month of the year. Temperatures are typically hot and very humid during the summer months, providing perfect weather for a getaway on one of Mexico’s pristine beaches or island destinations, such as Cozumel.
Come to the town of Oaxaca during the month of October to take part in the Day of the Dead Festival, a traditional celebration of ancestry and ritual.
With its breathtaking ocean vistas, Mexico’s resort town of Acapulco is popular amongst locals and tourists alike.
A number of resorts, bars, restaurants, and beaches with beautiful white sands are all located in Los Cabos.
Spend a day scuba diving and snorkeling at Cozumel, situated just off the Yucatan Peninsula.
Take a trip to the ancient Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza to experience the pyramid of El Castillo.
Easily one of the most fascinating cities in all of Mexico, Palenque is shrouded in verdant jungle as well as home to some of the best examples of Mayan architecture. (Plus, it's super-cheap to explore.) Discover the temples and secluded ruins, and drop in to El Panchan to have a drink and divulge your Indiana Jones-inspired tales.
With the reputation as one of the finest diving sites in the world, the island of Cozumel is essential on a Mexico vacation. With plenty of free sights and stunning beaches, Cozumel is the best place to see the beauty that the country has to offer, both above and below water.
The capital city and hub of culture and architecture, Mexico City is a must-see on your Mexico travels. From the Basilica of Guadalupe to the Bosque de Chapultec, one of the city's liveliest parks, Mexico City will leave you enchanted. Head straight for Plaza de la Constitucion to see wind-up harmonica players, traveling vendors and masses of religious festivities.
With crazed spring-breakers reveling in the center of town and breathtaking Mayan ruins located just outside, Cancun is a study in contradictions. For awe-inspiring days and awesome nights, Cancun is your one-stop shop. Make sure you check out the nearby jungle pyramids of Coba, too.
The indigenous Indians created a city that positively vibrates with beauty and spirituality -- something that can be experienced during Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations on November 1. Better than any Halloween party, watch the procession of townspeople as they trek to the cemetery with gifts for their dearly departed. The soul-stirring scene will stay with you long after your Mexico travels are over.
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