Mexico Travel Guide


Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life

The “Mexico Travel Guide by a Vagabond Life” offers an expansive exploration of this mesmerizing southern North American country, a land of profound history, diverse landscapes, and vibrant culture. As the 13th largest nation globally, sprawling across nearly 2 million square kilometers, and the 10th most populous with a population surpassing 125 million, Mexico’s sheer size and scale are awe-inspiring. Recognized as one of the cradles of civilization, its roots stretch back to 8000 BC, presenting a rich tapestry of history that predates and follows the Columbian era.

Mexico’s geography is as varied as its history, featuring towering mountains nestled with quaint villages, expansive deserts adorned with cacti, bustling cosmopolitan cities, and a staggering coastline that extends over 10,000 kilometers, offering a myriad of breathtaking beaches. This incredible variety makes Mexico a destination that caters to an extensive array of interests and activities. Whether you’re drawn to explore ancient archaeological sites, immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions, or simply relax on a pristine beach, Mexico’s vast and varied terrain has something to offer for every type of traveler. This guide is your gateway to uncovering the unique experiences that await in this captivating country, where every corner holds a new adventure.

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Top 5 Things To See & Do In Mexico

Oaxaca
Oaxaca sits in the mountains in south central Mexico. A beautiful city with colouful colonial architecture, a lively Zocalo and a great food scene
Merida is the capital of the Yucatan region and a busy inland city. Merida boasts grand sweeping boulevards, majestic colonial haciendas and a busy centro. It is also a jumping off point to a number of Mayan sites.
Ancient Sites
Visit just a few of the ancient sites that are spread across Mexico. Once inhabited by a number of cultures these sites were busy thriving cities and today are a wonder to behold.
San Cristobel de la Casas
Nestled in the mountains of far southern Mexico San Cristobal is a pretty town with great food, cafes and artisan markets. Considered the culteral capital of Chiapas it retians its Spanish colonial hertitage.
San Miguel de Allende
San Miquel de Allende is a short 4 hour bus ride north of Mexico City. It is a popular town for ex-pats and tourists alike. Lots of English and businesses catering for English speaking visitors.

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