Mexico

Top cities in Mexico

Cancun
3321 Activities
Playa del Carmen
1731 Activities
Mexico City
1115 Activities
Tulum
977 Activities
Cabo San Lucas
940 Activities

Top attractions in Mexico

Bazaar Sábado (Saturday Market)
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Surrounded by tree-lined cobblestoned streets and the former mansions of wealthy aristocratic residents, the Bazaar Sábado is considered the go-to shopping spot for arts and handicrafts in Mexico. You’ll be able to find a range of souvenirs, from inexpensive hammered-tin milagros to pricy original paintings and sculptures, paper flowers, and embroidered wares.Plus, the usual assortment of fresh produce and local fare is sold. Walking food tours of the market are available and offer an introduction to Mexican cuisine, including tacos, quesadillas, and pozole.
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Mazatlan Cruise Port
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Palacio Municipal
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Originally constructed in 1735, Mérida’s City Hall building was remodeled in both the 19th and 20th centuries. Now a staple of Mérida city sightseeing tours—most city tours will pass by and even stop at City Hall—it’s also an excellent spot for self-guided visits. However, art and history buffs should employ the services of a guide to learn more about the numerous murals and artworks within, as well as the building’s storied history.
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Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan (Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Zapopan)
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The Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan, more commonly known as the Zapopan Basilica, is a quieter alternative to Guadalajara Cathedral. Many tours—which typically include round-trip transportation—combine a visit to the Zapopan Basilica with a stop at the neighboring Huichol Art Museum, where you can admire artworks by the Huichol, Tepehuán, and Cora people.Another popular stop for visitors to the Zapopan Basilica is the free-to-enter Museum of the Virgin of Zapopan, which displays many of the offerings made to the virgin over the years.
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University of Guadalajara Museum of the Arts (MUSA)
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Founded in 1994, the University of Guadalajara Art Museum was expanded in 2013 and now features the work of many significant Jalisciense artists—such as Javier Arévalo, Carmen Bordes, and Martha Pacheco—across over a dozen exhibition halls.Many historic center tours—whether on foot or by bike—include a brief stop at the MUSA, typically to admire the Orozco murals. However, if you’re keen to spend more time at the University of Guadalajara Art Museum, visit independently and take advantage of free, on-site guided tours to get an in-depth insight into the artworks on display.
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Papantla
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You can easily explore downtown Papantla, including the tranquil town square, notable museums—such as the Teodoro Cano Museum—and the Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Church, on foot in less than a day. However, most visitors combine a visit to this magic town with a tour of the nearby El Tajín ruins. Save the hassle of logistics by visiting both during a full-day excursion from Veracruz City or Boca del Río, which typically include round-trip transportation.
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Izamal
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Most Izamal tours leave from Merida and include pickup and drop-off from local hotels. Excursions typically last a full day and visit both the ruins and the adjacent town. Some tours also include a romantic carriage ride in Izamal and a light-and-sound show at the Franciscan convent. For a personalized experience, private tours are also available.
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Boca de Tomatlán
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While Boca de Tomatlán is home to one of the quieter beaches in the area, lots of wildlife, and several local restaurants serving freshly caught fish, most visitors use Boca de Tomatlán as the perfect place to begin an exploration of wider Cabo Corrientes. From the dock, grab a panga (small speedboat) to places such as Playa Las Ánimas and Yelapa or arrange a snorkeling excursion to Los Arcos. Adventure tours typically pass through Boca de Tomatlán too, often before continuing into the Sierra Madre mountains for 4X4 and zipline activities.
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El Tuito
5 Activities
Founded in the 16th century, El Tuito is a compact town easy to experience on foot; in fact, most of the attractions are within a 2-block radius of the central plaza. While many choose to explore El Tuito—including the Church of St. Peter and the distinct orange-and-yellow houses—at their own pace, those who want to make the most of their time in the region can opt for a full-day tour to El Tuito and the surrounds. These excursions typically leave from Jalisco and often feature stops at the Botanical Gardens among other places.
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Fundadores Park (El Zócalo)
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The perimeter of El Zócalo is lined with shops selling local crafts that make great souvenirs and gifts; popular hotels; a bandstand; Our Lady of Carmen church; the arched beachside Portal Maya sculpture; and a playground for kids.Visitors can also see a performance of the Papantla Flyers ritual, most commonly associated with the Papantla, Veracruz, area of Mexico, during which four men tied to ropes descend from a 98-foot (30-meter) pole while a fifth remains on top playing a flute.
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Top tours in Mexico

Chichen Itza, Cenote and Valladolid All-Inclusive Tour
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 12 hours
Chichen Itza, Cenote, Valladolid, Tequila & Lunch
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 12 hours
Teotihuacan, Guadalupe Shrine, Tlatelolco & Tequila Tasting Tour
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 9 hours
Camel Outback Adventure with Mexican buffet and Tequila tasting
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 3 hours
Teotihuacan Early Access tour with Tequila Tasting
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 8 hours
Xochimilco, Coyoacán and Frida Kahlo Museum Tour
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 10 hours
Mr. Sanchos Beach Club All-Inclusive Day Pass
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 1 hour to 9 hours
Viator Exclusive: Tulum Ruins, Reef Snorkeling, Cenote and Caves
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 8 hours
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