The Travel Mexico

Ready to roaming the grounds of old Mesoamerican ruins?

Ancient Mayan architectural ruins, tacos and sandy beaches, mindboggling Mexico is a fascinating mix of cosmopolitan cities and native villages.

Mexico fills the senses and
Look at our travel guide with top places to visit in popular states like Yucatan and Oaxaca, as well as less-visited regions.


Teotihuacan Pyramids Tour

On this tour, an archaeologist takes you around the UNESCO World Heritage Site and gives you insight into the majestic plazas and murals.

Coyoacán and Frida Kahlo Museum

Discover the colonial beauty of Coyoacán, stroll through North America’s oldest university and gain insight into Frida Kahlo’s life and artwork at her former home of Casa Azul.

Puebla and Cholula Day Trip

Discover architectural wonders on this guided day trip to Cholula and Puebla from Mexico City.


Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen, locally known as Playa, is quickly becoming the hippest place in the Yucatán Peninsula.

Tulum

Tulum features some of the best beaches in Mexico. But sugar sand beaches and turquoise water is not all that Tulum has going for itself. It is also home to one of the most picturesque ruins in Mexico.

Izamal

The city of Izamal has a uniqueness about it that would resonate in your memory forever. Izamal is nicknamed “Ciudad Amarilla” (Yellow City) because every single building in this city is painted yellow.

Mexico Travel Tips


01. Learn a Few Phrases in Spanish Before You Go

In-resort areas you'll find most folks who work in the service industry speak at least some English, but you never know when you'll need to ask an important question like where a bathroom is ("¿Dónde está el baño?"). And the person you're asking only speaks Spanish.

02. Don't Overpack

You can leave expensive jewellery and other valuables behind, and try to pack light. It will make things much easier at the airport and getting to your accommodations once you've reached your destination. Check out the weather in Mexico for a general idea on what you can expect for the time of year you're visiting, and do a search to see what weather you can expect, so you bring the appropriate clothing.

03.Don't Drink Tap Water

Unless there's a sign over the sink in your hotel room proclaiming that the tap water is purified (it would say "agua potable"), don't drink it.


Valeria Echevarría
Co-Founder of Travel Mexico