Mexico is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, because in it you find everything: delicious cuisine, all kinds of terrain and climate, an incomparable wealth in terms of flora and fauna, contrast of ideologies, a fusion between traditions and modernization, a melting pot of prehispanic and mestizo cultures, magnificent hotels and places to stay and, of course, the warmth and grandeur of their habitants.
Cascadas de Hierve el Agua, Valley of Mitla, Oaxaca
Hierve el Agua is a system of petrified waterfalls, formed by calcium carbonate. The waterfalls are of natural origin and were formed thousands of years ago by the runoff of water with a high content of minerals. The place is located about 50 km from the city of Oaxaca, in the town of San Isidro Roaguía, municipality of San Lorenzo Albarradas, state of Oaxaca, in Mexico, in the vicinity of the archaeological site of Mitla and 630 km from the City from Mexico.
The Nevado de Toluca, in the State of Mexico
The Nevado de Toluca or Xinantécatl is a Mexican volcano located in the state of Mexico, between the valleys of Toluca and Tenango (Valle del Matlatzinco). It is located 22 km southwest of Toluca, State of Mexico. It reaches an elevation of 4680 meters above sea level, being the fourth highest formation in Mexico and forming part of the Transverse Neovolcanic Cordillera and the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Las Pozas de Xilitla in San Luis Potosí
Las Pozas is a surrealist architectural and sculptural artistic ensemble created by Edward James in the municipality of Xilitla (San Luis Potosí, Mexico). It was built between 1960 and 1970 as his home by the English poet and patron, on a 40-hectare site where he built 36 structures. They predominate in them influences of diverse artistic currents and in their majority the structures do not fulfill a utilitarian end, and are integrated to cascades and natural pools (pools).
Huasteca Potosina in San Luis Potosí
Huasteca is the name of a region in Mexico that includes the north of Veracruz, the south of Tamaulipas, the Sierra Gorda of Querétaro and parts of the states of San Luis Potosí and Hidalgo. To a much lesser extent, it includes some areas of the State of Puebla. This region was formed due to the Mayan affluence by sea to its territory. Traditionally, Huasteca is accepted as the area in which Huastec culture developed.
Islas Marietas, an inland beach hidden in an island in Nayarit
The Marietas Islands or Tres Marietas Islands are a group of small uninhabited islands in the state of Nayarit a few miles from Punta de Mita and Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit. They are very popular tourist destinations because marine life abounds because the islands are protected from fishing and hunting by the Mexican government.
The most known and visited point of the islands is Playa Escondida, also known as Hidden Beach or Hidden Beach.
The pyramids of Chichén Itzá in Yucatán
Chichen Itza, is one of the main archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula, located in the municipality of Tinum, in the state of Yucatan.
One of the "Wonders of the modern world". And the most important city-state of the Mayan culture, which has a rich history and rich in cultural traditions, this city was built with precision
In Mexico, there are places that have preserved their historical and cultural legacy over time and today the Ministry of Tourism and other government agencies recognize them as Magical Towns.
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By: Mariana Veloz