This is the second part of our series on the best tourist attractions in mexico. I chose two of the most popular tourist attractions, but the same is true for all of them. Whether you are looking for a fun day trip or a week-long vacation, there are so many things to do in mexico.
I’m not sure what the first question was that prompted me to choose the two most popular tourist attractions of mexico. I guess I’m just looking for places that are fun to do alone, not crowded, and not touristy. Sure, it’s definitely going to be touristy when there are a lot of foreigners, but when you have a group of locals then you’re probably going to feel like you’ve gone to a mall or a theme park.
Here in Mexico we have more than a million tourists a year. It really depends what you look for in a vacation, a day trip to a beach or a trip to a local restaurant, if youre a solo traveller then you can find just about anything you want. Its not always necessary to go to the most popular tourist attractions in order to find the best ones.
At its most basic level, our vacation idea is to take one day and see everything in Mexico. Or, more commonly, a group of friends or family can all go on a day trip to the same places and see as much of the same sights and culture as possible. We tend to go to the same tourist attractions, but as a general rule we don’t have a lot of time to explore. We don’t have to, because we don’t have to.
One of the reasons we tend to go to the same places is because we can use a central attraction on a day trip like this. We dont have to actually pay admission and get into a building or museum, we just drive in and see as much as we can.
We also tend to go to the same museums and attractions because they’re typically quite expensive to get into, or because we can see them for free once we get there. My favorite museum in Mexico is the National Museum of Anthropology in the city of Cuernavaca, the home of the Maya. It is a massive building with more than a thousand rooms full of displays and artifacts related to the Mayan culture.
We actually did a quick tour of the museum last night. It was just a quick stop for us and the entire tour was only an hour. We only got to see about half of the exhibits, but because we got to do it right, we got to see the museum in all its glory. We also got to see a couple of the best things about the city, a bit of it’s history, and a bit of Cuernavaca.
We did see a lot of what we have come to expect – the massive rooms full of great displays of pre-Colombian, Mayan art. We saw the impressive collection of statues and statues of deities. We also saw the amazing assortment of masks, and the amazing collection of china and gold pieces. It was also nice seeing the different parts of the museum in such a large space.
Cuernavaca was also very enjoyable. The museum is always very well done, and the city is always very well done. As a Mexican and avid traveler, it really makes you feel like you’re experiencing something that you wouldn’t believe existed.
There were also many other aspects to mexico that I found fascinating and worthy of being documented. Notable among these were the various different types of chocolates. Ive always been a bit of a chocoholic, and this exhibition was really nice. The chocolates were in various different shapes, colors, and sizes. Some were more chocolatey, and others were more like chocolatey fruit. I also really liked the different types of candies.