The Magical Town of Mitla Oaxaca has impressive archaeological wealth and other great attractions that I would like to share with you today.
Different cultures inhabited Mexico in pre-Hispanic eras. From those times we still have several archaeological sites that we can visit to recognize our own identity and historical memory.
According to the Network of Archaeological Zones of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), there are 191 archaeological zones open to the public throughout the country.
These are part of Mexico’s cultural heritage, and, although there are multiple sites scattered across the country, the states of Quintana Roo, Campeche, and Yucatan have the largest number of them.
In the following list, I mention all the towns that have at least one important archaeological monument within their attractions.
Chetumal is the capital of one of Mexico’s most beautiful and most visited states by tourists: Quintana Roo. Located in the country’s southeast, Chetumal is known for being where Mexico begins, referring to its location on the border with Belize.
Road trips are always a good idea, and driving around Mexico is no exception. Getting away with your family, partner, or friends and visiting magical destinations make your life much more beautiful.
Tecate lies in Baja California, Mexico’s border with the United States. It preserves the beauty of its vast desert landscapes, ranches, and modern traditions, represented by beer and wine.
The Mayan route brings together important elements such as history, culture, and nature places like Quintana Roo, Campeche, and Yucatan…
Although selecting the most beautiful cities in Mexico is challenging, I have chosen 20 that stand out among them all. One of every four cities in the Americas declared World Heritage by Unesco is Mexican, which highlights the beauty of Mexico’s metropolises.
As you may already know, Mexico City is the country’s capital and its political and financial hub. The Aztecs founded it under the name of Tenochtitlan in the year 1325 (according to historians).
Pachuca is a major city, municipality, and capital of the state of Hidalgo located less than 100km from Mexico City. Read more…
Papantla is a charming Magical Town in Veracruz, a sanctuary of typical dances, rich in artistic and culinary traditions, and the seat of an ancient pre-Columbian Totonaca city
Teotihuacan is part of the Mexican legend and history because of its impressive pyramids and archaeological city, but it also has other exciting attractions.