Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a country in the southern portion of North America. It is bordered to the north by the United States; to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico.
1. Culture and history hidden in the industrialized stateWhen you visit a place like Mexico, you want to make sure you find out as much as you can about the history of it. Well, you’ll be pleased to know that there is a whole host of excellent museums here that you can visit. In fact, Mexico City has more museums than any other city in the world, with around 150+ to choose from. You can find loads of contemporary art, as well as plenty of artifacts examining the history, culture, and politics of Mexico. We highly recommend checking out the Natural History Museum, the Modern Art Museum, and the Mexican Olympic Museum.
2.Culture Capital of Latin America Mexico City is one of the cultural hubs of the world, and there are some incredible sights to see here as well. Palacio de Bellas Artes is one of the true highlights of the city – with its colossal white marble, and stained glass. There are plenty of great paintings here, not to mention the opera appeal as well, of course. Also, make sure you take the time to head to Plaza Garibaldi, where you can check out some local mariachi music. Mexico City has a wealth of treasures waiting to be discovered, and we highly recommend booking a trip. This city is almost unrecognizable from what it used to be, in all the right ways. There is some excellent culture, some stunning architecture and natural beauty, and delicious cuisine to boot!
3. World food and beverage in America Latin Indulge yourself with the Mexico Gourmet Festival, a one-night tribute to Mexican gastronomy, traditions and art that offers guests the chance to sample the cuisine and products from some of the most prominent chefs, restaurants, artists and vendors on both sides of the border, while experiencing the sights and sounds of Mexico. Mostly popular food in Mexico is taco and nachos.
4. Transportation in Mexico Mexico is a large country and if you would like to see more than one destination, you will have to consider your mode of transport. Fortunately, there are a number of options for getting around. This overview of transportation options will help you decide the best ways to travel around Mexico. The have a lot option for transportation like mototaxi, burro (traditional transportation) etc.
5. Capitol city of Mexico When it comes to the best places to visit in Mexico, we have to start out with the country’s vibrant capital city. Mexico City (or DF as it’s known to locals) is one of the liveliest cities out there. There are so many things to do in Mexico City that even a week isn’t really enough. Spend your days visiting museums on a wide range of topics, from anthropology, to art, to history, and even tequila. You can also see the ruins of the former Aztec capital city and a stunning cathedral right downtown.
6. Sport in Mexico The most popular sport in Mexico is association football followed by boxing. However, there are regional variations: for example, baseball is the most popular sport in the northwest and the southeast of the country. Basketball, American football and bull riding are also popular.