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5 Vacation Destinations for Your Trip to Mexico

Known for its fun-packed beaches and rich history, Mexico is a great destination for anyone looking for an adventure or an incredibly tranquil vacation. The options are limitless, and here is a list of five vacation destinations for anyone looking to travel to Mexico.

Cerro de la Bufa

Views of Cerro de la Bufa / Photo by Ivan-David Savinon


Standing at approximately 164-feet, this mountain is sure to give anyone a truly exhilarating experience. After climbing the rocky terrain, visitors can enjoy an amazing view of Guanajuato that will leave you breathless from the beauty nature has to offer. Here, locals and visitors alike are guaranteed to capture unique memories that will last a lifetime.

San Miguel de Allende

San Migel De Allende / Photo by Ivan-David Savinon


San Miguel de Allende is a colonial-era city located in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. Best known for its Spanish architecture, visitors can explore the city’s unique mix of neoclassical, baroque and neo-gothic architecture. Not to mention the many small shops, cultural festivals and vibrant art exhibits.

National Museum of Anthropology

Museum of Anthropology / Photo by Ivan-David Savinon


Known as Mexico’s largest museum, the National Museum of Anthropology has one of the most in-depth archeological and ethnographic collections. Many visitors can explore everything from indigenous civilizations to ancient Mayan and Aztec artifacts.

La Peña de Bernal

La Pena de Bernal / Photo credit:


La Peña de Bernal is a small village located an approximate 30-45 minutes from Santiago de Querétaro. Due to its relaxed and carefree environment, it has been widely recognized as a pueblo mágico (magical village). Despite its relatively small size, tourists can explore several artisan shops, enjoy the region’s best wine and cheese, or even go hiking up the punta de Bernal (Bernal’s peak).

Frida Kahlo Museum

Frida Kahlo Museum / Photo by Catherine Gonzales


Positioned in the heart of Mexico City’s historic district, the Frida Kahlo Museum (also known as the Blue House Museum) offers an exclusive look at Kahlo’s life. Here, you can find everything from her legendary and impactful artwork, to her iconic wardrobe.

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