A small colonial town with an immaculate zócalo and amazing history. And a bonus? A cenote.
The city of hundreds of churches is guarded by four volcanoes. Try to find the underground tunnels and unique Talavera ceramic tiles.
A city with long history of an elegant refuge for international royalty and artists, known as the city of the eternal spring.
The capital of kisses, silver barons, mummies and legends. For me the most beautiful city in Mexico, full of colours and magic.
This city has two faces: old and young. A dynamic commercial community mixes with beautiful colonial treasures in its historic centre.
The city loved by Americans for its art scene and eternal spring. I prefer colourful Guanajuato.
An amazing city with lively parks, dramatic murals, intriguing museums, funky benches, friendly people, jolly markets, ancient ruins and canals. Easy and safe transport.
Tuxtla Gutiérrez is not a tourist attraction; it is a gateway to Chiapas. But it can be a lot more fun than it's given credit for.
Palenque town is not cute but has enough colonial charm and is well prepared for tourists visiting the famous Palenque ruins.
Find out for yourself why this little market town is a real discovery!
This small colonial town is totally yellow and has its own unique charm. Curious?
There are many adjectives that could describe this colonial city. For me, it would be 'inspiring': a real blend of both Mayan and Spanish heritage.
Mix the most romantic wilderness with the ugliest Mexican town and you will get Frontera Corozal. Its Primitive poetry at its best.
There is a tendency today by many to look for an ideal place to live. Well, I found mine. My paradise is called Playa del Carmen.
This provincial town with sun-splashed pastel walls makes a great hub for visits to Río Lagartos, Chichén Itzá, Ek' Balam and Las Coloradas.
This colonial mountain town is as colourful as it gets. A kaleidoscope of indigenous and Spanish colours, the city has a bohemian flair and a welcoming atmosphere.
Step back in time. Connect with the mysticism of San Juan Chamula, and witness the indigenous rituals of a Tzotzil community.
Start where it all started. With the Totonacs and Hernán Cortés. And not just the town began here, the whole country of Mexico did.
Visiting this small town north of Veracruz is a journey back in time. History literally breathes here. Can you spot me 'buried' in the past?
In all honesty, I don't know anybody who goes to Chetumal for anything else but for a trip to...