Mexico Tourism

Mexico Tourism

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Day 01 : Mexico City
Upon arrival at the airport you will be met by our representative who will transfer you to your pre-booked hotel.
Check-in to your room and rest of the day at your complete leisure and overnight at the hotel.
Day 02 : Mexico City
American breakfast will be served in the coffee shop of your hotel.
Begin the day with a City tour, including visit to Zocalo (main square), National Palace with famous mural paintings by Diego Rivera, Metropolitan Cathedral, Paseo de la Reforma avenue, Chapultepec Park and National Museum of Anthropology. Return to hotel. Rest of day at leisure & overnight at the hotel.
Day 03 : Mexico City
American breakfast at hotel. Day at your disposal for you to enjoy some time on your own. You are most welcome to book an optional tour with us.
Return to hotel. Rest of day at leisure.
Day 04 : Depart Mexico City
After breakfast and depending on your flight timings, you will be picked up from your hotel by our vehicle for transfer to the airport to catch flight to onward destination.

Mexico Tourism visting places:

Mexico continues to be one of the most popular destinations for American tourists. From the sands of its many resorts on the Caribbean and the Pacific, to the cultural bonanza of its cities and states in the interior, Mexico has much to offer the traveler.

The crime situation in several areas of Mexico, primarily along its northern border, has received much coverage in the media in recent years, and with good reason. Because of this violence the U.S. Department of State has had a long-standing advisory on travel to Mexico (you can read the Travel Warning here).
On the other hand, this doesn’t mean that the entire country is unsafe. According to the U.S. Government, millions of U.S. citizens safely visit Mexico each year and about one million Americans live there. Like them, travelers can greatly enhance their safety by using some common sense while traveling in Mexico, or anywhere in the world for that matter.
Mexico is not only beautiful, culturally enriching and easily accessible, it provides a broad range of options for almost any budget. For those travelers who desire to explore, or just relax on its beaches, here are the top tourism destinations in Mexico, as reported by the Mexico Tourism Board.
photo: Grand Velas Riviera Maya
Cancun, Riviera Maya, Cozumel and Isla Mujeres
If you’re looking for sun and beach, look no further – Cancun is consistently ranked number one time and again by Orbitz and Travelocity as America’s choice in international vacation destinations. Cancun and the neighboring treasures of Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Isla Contoy, and the small, fisherman village of Puerto Morelos each year welcome over 3 million visitors. In the state of Quintana Roo almost everything focuses on water activities, including jet skiing, snorkeling and scuba diving, the latter along the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the second longest in the world. While the beach and hotel pools are the major draws to the Cancun and Riviera Maya regions, travelers also lured by attractions such as the Under Water Museum; the area’s culinary, nightlife and shopping experiences; and the popular archeological sites of Tulum, Chichen Itza and Cobá.
photo: Jim Ferri
Mexico City – Distrito Federal
With its reputation for art, culture, shopping, recreation and cuisine, Mexico City attracts more than 12 million visitors every year. The city enjoys a lively and diverse cultural lifestyle, with much to discover in its many historic buildings, museums, food and craft markets and art galleries. It is home to world-class hotels, convention and meeting facilities, restaurants, and performance venues, including the Zócalo square, Chapultepec Park, more than 100 museums. Popular attractions include the colonial neighborhoods of San Ángel and Coyoacán, and the nearby archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site in addition to the city’s historical centre, as well as the lakeside area of Xochimilco. Mexico’s capital city boasts a year-round calendar of performing arts, music, dance, film festivals, art exhibitions, and 


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