Don't miss these Mexico Attractions
One could easily lose yourself for days, strolling through the streets of Mexico and visiting all the spectacular sites. Mexico is loaded with spectacular architecture, stunning art, marvelous cuisine, cultural folk festivals, inspirational history and colorful gardens.
Herman Cortes Palace
The Herman Cortes Palace is built in 1533 as a vacation house for the former conqueror of Mexico. Inside the Palace is the Cauaunahuac Regional Museum, which tourist can visit from Thursdays to Sundays. This museum showcases a variety of artifacts from the colonial era, as well as wall paintings from Mexico's most well known artists.
National Museum of Anthropology
This museum is situated in Mexico City, and is considered as one of the world's most comprehensive natural history museums, it houses four square kilometers of exhibits in 23 exhibition halls.
The Zocalo Plaza is one of the world's largest public plazas. It is the heart of Mexico City and is the city's most famous tourist attraction. You can shop till you drop in this plaza, you will be able to find everything from a traditional Sombrero to fine mouthwatering Mexican cuisine.
La Rojena - Jose Cuervo Distillery
This Tequila Factory is situated in Guadalajara, and is considered as one of the world's best tequila distilleries. Take note this tour is definitely not for the faint hearted! This tour involves lots of tasting and learning about this distinctive drink.
Parque Agua Azul
The Parque Agua Azul Park is fun in capital letters, and demands a visit. This park is filled with a variety of fun attractions, from art galleries, to local soccer matches and a zoo. It is a very popular tourist attraction and it's the perfect place to do some souvenir shopping. The Parque Agua Azul has a activity to please every member of the family.
This picturesque attraction is built on the same site as a major pre-Columbian city, and is famous for its floating gardens. Xochimilco is one of the most popular weekend attractions in Mexico City, especially amongst tourists who visit in boats.