Authentic things to do in Morelia (a UNESCO-listed Mexican city)? See the beautiful cathedral. Visit a wild butterfly haven. And more!
One of the best Zihuatanejo hotels, La Casa Que Canta means “the house that sings.” Romance is at the heart of this boutique property in Mexico.
So you’re heading to Zihuatanejo or Ixtapa for a beach vacay? Lucky you! Here are 8 beaches you’ll want to check out.
Beautiful colonial Mexican cities? San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Morelia. Also magical: Cuernavaca, Oaxaca and Querétaro.
It’s worth visiting the Diego Rivera Museum in Guanajuato, where Mexican painter Diego Rivera was born. See 175 of his paintings and works by other artists too.
Forget taxis! There are 4 Cabo airport transportation shuttles we like and use. Or try the Ruta del Desierto bus (cheap). Uber in Cabo? Unfortunately, you can’t use Uber to and from the airport.
A mask museum? Botanical gardens? Magical rooftop bars? Visit San Miguel de Allende for more than just art galleries and colonial architecture.
Where to stay in Puerto Vallarta and the chi-chi Punta Mita area? We’ve visited several times and adore these 5 lovely boutique Puerto Vallarta hotels.
The ancient Mayans built elaborate sites, invented a calendar and sacrificed humans to the gods. To learn more about them, 5 Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula are popular and easy to visit.
Itching to swim with turtles? Love to see a magical Cirque du Soleil show? Check out these awesome things to do in Riviera Maya, Mexico (when you can tear yourself away from your fabulous resort, of course).
Each winter, thousands of whales migrate to the Baja waters. Go whale watching in Cabo San Lucas to see them breaching and showing off their tale flukes!
The outside of Guanajuato’s Juarez Theater (Teatro Juarez) blew us away. It’s decorated with Greek columns, lion sculptures and bronze statues.
The extraordinary Guanajuato Mummy Museum has over 100 mummies, including one of a woman buried alive. There’s also a poignant gallery of baby mummies. Not for the squeamish…
Don’t look for a cookie-cutter hotel at Casa de Sierra Nevada. Rooms and suites are sprinkled in colonial mansions in the heart of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.