Home Area Attractions Mexico Shines Again; Three Mexican Cities Named Best in the World

Mexico Shines Again; Three Mexican Cities Named Best in the World

by Brent May

You are already on vacation and you do not know what you are going to do to enjoy a well-deserved rest time. Here we leave you the three best destinations to vacation, according to the magazine Travel + Leisure and The Top 15 of the cities in the world 2019.

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

The second best city in the world, San Miguel de Allende, is undoubtedly one of the best options for vacationing and spending a wonderful time among its cobblestone streets.

The botanical garden El Charco del Ingenio

Due to the nature that it preserves and the community development that characterizes it, this site was consecrated as a Zone of Peace by the Dalai Lama during his visit to our country.

This botanical garden keeps between its entrails a bird and butterfly sanctuary that captivates children and adults. It also has a temazcal, a traditional healing ritual that purifies the body and soul, based on aromatic herbs and steam.

The pyramids of the Cañada de la Virgen

Considered one of the most important ceremonial centers for the Toltec culture, this site houses a solar clock, a calendar and a space for the rituals practiced in the area as an offering to the deities.

There you can also find the Red Temple and admire the abstract mural of red and black stripes.

The center of San Miguel de Allende

By visiting one of the most admirable architectural ensembles in the country you can enjoy the tranquility that radiates from the center. Among its cobblestone streets you can rest in the central garden, while admiring the quarry cathedral.


Mexico City

In the very center of our country, Mexico City offers its visitors endless activities to do.


To admire Mexico City from the heights you have two options: the viewpoint of the Monument to the Revolution or that of the Latin American Tower. Whatever your choice you can buy your tickets in the venues themselves.

Frida Museum

The blue house in which the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo traced her most important works has the doors open for tourists who wish to know a little more about this emblematic woman.

Since 1958, four years after the death of Frida, the Blue House was transformed into a museum that over the years became one of the most visited of the Coyoacán mayor’s office.

La Marquesa

If you want to spend some time in nature, the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Insurgent National Park, better known as La Marquesa, is ideal for that. To the south of the capital, in the Cuajimalpa city hall, you can find activities such as zip-lines, horseback riding or motocross.


To the south of our country, a true dream paradise awaits you. Here, in addition to finding its famous mezcal, you can rest on its beaches.


Huatulco is the perfect setting for sun, sea and sand. It has an extension of 35 kilometers of coastal strip, which allows the formation of the nine Huatulco Bays: San Agustín, Chachacual, Cacaluta, Maguey, Organ, Santa Cruz, Chahué, Tangolunda and Conejos.

Escape to any of its 36 beaches, most of them virgin beaches, that will surely make you fall in love.

hotel infrastructure huatulco

Monte Albán

If your thing is to admire the prehispanic beauties, Monte Albán offers you what you are looking for. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this group of temples, tombs and courtyards was the ancient ceremonial and military capital of the Zapotecs.

Be immersed in the history of this ancient civilization.

Hierve El Agua

Considered a sacred place for the ancient Zapotecs, these waterfalls of 30 meters offer you a wonderful spectacle. They are formed by runoff of carbonated water from the springs located at the top, causing new layers that descend into a ravine over 200 meters deep.

Enjoy the best rated destinations by tourists from around the world.

Source: UNOTV (sp)

You may also like

Leave a Comment