Mexico is well-known for its delightful Caribbean and West Coast beach resorts, Mayan ruins and rich cultural and physical landscapes. Whether you spend time lazing on a beach chair with a chilled glass of margarita, or explore the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico is sure to satisfy the wanderer in you. So, what are you waiting for? Book flights to Mexico and take a trip to this warm and friendly country.
Once you have booked your cheap flights to Mexico, make a list of attractions that you need to visit. To make things easy, we have put together a brief itinerary of the top 5 attractions that must not be missed while you’re in Mexico. So what are you waiting for? Fly to Mexico City and begin your Mexican adventure.
Did you know that the capital of Mexico houses more museums than any other city in the world? Among the museums in Mexico, visit the Frida Kahlo House and the Anthropology Museum. There is also a fantastic museum dedicated to tequila and mezcal. Purchase your museum tickets online or book a tour and skip the queue.
Visitation - The museums remain open between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm from Monday to Sunday
Experience one of the world’s most glorious rail journeys from the Chihuahua al Pacifico (or ‘El Chepe’) that runs a distance of 405 miles to the mighty Copper Canyon (or ‘Barrancas del Cobre’). This rugged red rock canyon is a sight to behold! Sprawled across 60,000 square miles, it is deeper and bigger than the Grand Canyon in the U.S.A. The train rumbles through an incredible scenery laced with a forest of pine trees, 30 feet high cacti, rivers on high bridges while snaking through long tunnels.
Open Hours - Check online for train schedules and ticket bookings
The Yucatan’s most visited Mayan site, Chichén Itzá witnesses 2.2 million visitors annually. The remains on this site are symbolic of the empire’s largest city, which was also an important center for rituals and ceremonies, between 250 CE and 900 CE. Take a guided tour of the El Castillo pyramid, The Temple of Kukulcan, The Great Ball Court, The Jaguar Temple, and an arena for ballgames, possibly using severed heads as balls.
Open Hours - 8:30 am to 4:00 pm from Monday to Sunday
Take the ‘Eat Like a Local Tour’ in Mexico City and taste the most famous cuisine. You will go on a food and tequila tasting rampage with your guide. This tour comes with a set itinerary of food and beverages, but you are free to order whatever you like during the tour.
Open Hours - This tour is operational all week. Search online to find a convenient time for you.
The city of Cancun has spellbinding beaches and a thriving nightlife. If you are looking for a relaxing five-star vacation, Cancun is the place for you. Cancun has some of the best holiday resorts in the country with private beaches and exceptional services. Do visit the Isla Mujeres (Island of women), Playa Tortugas beach, and the El Rey Ruins in Cancun. This city gets a lot of tourists because of its proximity to Chichén Itzá in Yucatan.
Open Hours - the Best time to visit Cancun is between December and April
Flights - You can take book plane tickets to Mexico City’s International Airport
Train - Estación Buenavista, Tepepan, and Huichapan are the three main train stations in Mexico City
Buy flight tickets to Mexico between December and April for the best travel experience.
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