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Mexico

Mexico has long been a favorite destination for tourists from Canada and the United States, but it is also becoming increasingly popular with tourists from Europe, as more and more of them are prepared to put up with the long flight to get to know a country that besides sunshine, scenery, sandy beaches and clear blue seas also has a cultural heritage that is astonishingly varied and often of a breathtaking grandeur. UNESCO has in fact designated the following as world cultural heritage sites in Mexico: Mexico City's historic centre and Xochimilco, the towns of Guanajuato, Puebla, Oaxaca, Morelia and Zacatecas, the historical monuments at Querétaro, the Hospicio Cabañas with the Orozco wall-paintings in Guadalajara, the archaeological sites of Teotihuacán, Monte Albán, Chichén Itzá and Palenque, El Tajin and Uxmal, the monasteries on the slopes of Popocatépetl, the Sian-ka'an nature reserve, the Sierra Francisco (rock-paintings) and parts of the Bahia Sebastian Vizcaino (grey whales).
Tourists travelling around Mexico will undoubtedly be left with a host of striking impressions and insights into a different world.
Mexico- Mexican States
Mexico- Mexican States
Mexico Mountain Ranges & Rivers
Mexico Mountain Ranges & Rivers
Mexico Climate Zones
Mexico Climate Zones
Mexico- Long Distance Routes by Road, Rail and Ferry
Mexico- Long Distance Routes by Road, Rail and Ferry
Mexico- Principal Tourist Sights
Mexico- Principal Tourist Sights
   
 

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