Things to do in Mexico

National Museum of Anthropology National Museum of Anthropology The National Museum of Anthropology is very large you could spend a whole day here. There are incredible objects from these sights that bring the history to life. There are also artifacts related to the gruesome human sacrifice practice on display. It is an extensive collection of […]
  1. National Museum of Anthropology

National Museum of Anthropology

The National Museum of Anthropology is very large you could spend a whole day here. There are incredible objects from these sights that bring the history to life. There are also artifacts related to the gruesome human sacrifice practice on display. It is an extensive collection of artifacts from a wide range of ancient Mexican cultures. Travel to Mexico is an interesting thing known about the ancient world; this will find a museum attractive and informative. If you are planning on visiting archeological sites, don´t miss the chance of getting the best geographical and historical orientation in the museum.

  1. Xplor Park

Xplor Park

Xplor Park is a Mexico attraction with several of activities built around the existing jungle, caves and underground rivers.  Xplor Park has a lot of activities like zip lines, jeep driving, rafting and swimming in the underground rivers to mention a few. You can choose either to do the activities during the day or in the evening; the evening is the better experience. There is a buffet restaurant on site which is very good. Lockers are also available and recommended. Water shoes are a must due to the natural pathways and the amount of water that you are exposed to. It’s a very good attraction and would highly recommend to all who like the activities.

  1. Palacio de Bellas Artes

Palacio de Bellas Artes

The Palacio de Belles Artes is home to the finest examples of Mexican murals by Rivera, Siqueiros, Montenegro, Orozco and Kiki Camarena. It’s the gorgeous Art Deco interior of the building that makes this place become Mexico attraction. The permanent exhibition is over two floors and it doesn’t take long to take it. There are also occasional temporary exhibitions. Palacio de Bellas Artes is a very beautiful building with gorgeous art deco detail. This is a great evening activity is there. They only performed on Wednesdays and Sundays so plan your trip accordingly. On the top level, there is even a miniature model of the building which allows you to see the layout in detail and well worth the visit.

  1. Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan

Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan

If you travel to Mexico City you really must make sure you see the Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan. It’s an extraordinary location; there is nothing else like it. You need to be there to really get a sense of its scale. The pyramids of the Sun and the Moon may still be climbed but are likely to be permanently closed to climbing from 2018. There is a steel chain attached to the stairs to assist going up and even more important going down. Do not miss this Mexico attraction the residential area excavated in the 1960s which includes some original frescos. Combined with the 75 Mexican pesos entrance fee, totally reasonable outing to see one of the greatest ancient cities in the world.

  1. El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (Lands’ End)

El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (Lands’ End)

This place is special. It’s where the Pacific Ocean meets the sea of Cortez.” Lands’ end” great place for sunset pictures and lovers beach.  It is a must do, especially if you want to experience a romantic sundown on the water. You can take a glass bottom boat tour out to the arches well worth the visit so much to see and to marvel at. Natural rock formations are just fantastic scenery for travelers.  If you have a party of 8-10 people you can do yourself a favor and rent a boat and it’s totally worth it. Don’t do for those blue glass bottom boats for the cluster of people. There is a lot of Mexico attractions is there for taking a picture and enjoy this location with your friends and families.

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