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Mexico, one of the most beautiful scenic places on the planet, filled with culture, cuisine, and beaches. Exploration is a must when visiting and it’s essential that you do not spend your entire time on a resort. Going out and experiencing Mexico for what it has to offer will allow you to dive into a beautiful country.

The Ruins of Palenque

This happens to be one of the most visited spots in Mexico. Palenque gives you the opportunity to see and admire the temples that were built thousands of years ago in this small southern Mexico city. The beauty in the architecture is something that many countries cannot offer. The historic value behind the Temples will encourage your own personal research about Palenque.

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is filled with the most organic and original Mexican culture there is to offer. From the food lined up along the streets to the colorful houses and outside experiences, Mexico City must be visited. If you want to experience the trip as a historian, you can visit the shrine of Guadalupe, if you want to be entertained you can watch a Mexican wrestling match, and if you want live music, you can sit outside at a restaurant and listen to famous mariachi bands play. Whatever your desires are, Mexico City has more to offer than one can complete on a vacation.

San Cristóbal de las Casas

This is another Mexican city that needs to be explored to understand the beauty of Mexico. With a mix between a small city and countryside, you are grazed with houses of color, and wild animals as they roam freely. Less populated than Mexico city, you are able to get a better understanding of the life in Mexico apart from the tourist attractions. This small city brings together strong Mexican culture and community.

Reserva de la Biósfera Santuario Mariposa Monarca

If the beauty of the world amazes you, and you are willing to travel to the easternmost coast of Michoacan, Mexico, you will find a butterfly resort. The Mariposa Reserva is home to millions of butterflies that have traveled from North America and Canada between late October and early November. They travel in large swarms, big enough to weigh down tree branches and paint the sky in gold and orange flurries.

Mexico is wonderful to visit to escape the reality that we live in and is filled with more culture and beaches than most can count. Plan your next holiday in this beautiful country to submerge yourself in their culture, history, and lifestyle.