Visiting Mexico City Museums and Galleries during your trip to the “Big City” should be top of your list. There’s no better way to learn all about Mexico’s history and culture.
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.
The colonial Magical Town of Valladolid Mexico, in the Yucatan Peninsula, has splendid architecture, beautiful cenotes, archaeological sites, ecological parks, and much more. ..
Although it is not very popular among travelers, Colima Mexico has it all: mountains, valleys, jungles, mangroves, beaches, lagoons, and estuaries.
Villahermosa Tabasco brings together a set of natural, historical, urban, architectural, and cultural attributes that make it a charming destination for tourism
There’s no doubt that San Miguel de Allende is one of the favorite cities for tourism in Guanajuato, where you will find many things to do.
Cuetzalan Puebla offers the charm of the pre-Hispanic Mexican culture like no other. It achieved the rank of Magical Town in 2002 due to its indigenous life’s anthropological and cultural value and the beauty of its architecture.
A couple of hours from Mexico City is Tlaxcala, the perfect place to relax and discover new things about Mexican culture. Tlaxcala comes from the Nahuatl word meaning “place of cornbread or tortillas;” in each of its corners you can find a lot of history and culture, so keep reading.
Some of the most popular attractions of the Magical Town of Tulum in the Mexican Riviera Maya include coastal and jungle archaeological ruins, enchanting beaches, reserved areas, and dreamy cenotes like the famous Cenote Calavera.
The beautiful magical town of Patzcuaro Michoacan was founded around the year 1280 by the Purépechas (a native Indian group). It has great natural attractions and architectural beauties worthy of admiration.
It’s no secret that Mexico has lots of destinations that fascinate tourists; the Grutas de Cacahuamilpa National Park is a good example of that…