Mexico Travel Advisory Complete guide to Mexico
Mexico is a country of parallel realities, countless conflicts and inequalities. It is a country where the ancient traditions of culture are abused in the spring, and many consumer industries collide with domestic crafts. The exceptionally long and turbulent history of Mexico may have contributed to such a modern state, as developed civilizations have inhabited the region for nearly 3,000 years, especially the rise and fall of a large community. Before the arrival of Spain, there were myths and legends in that country that amazed every aspect of Mexico’s art, design and architecture. The conquest of the Spanish capital, in the Aztecs (Mexico) in the 16th century created a unique interplay of Spanish culture on indigenous traditions and beliefs that can be found everywhere in modern Mexico.
Advanced Archeology of Mexico
The Yucatan Peninsula is an archaeological site of gold. This area, located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Mexico, was the center of Mayan civilization throughout their reign. The massive ruins at Galakmul (“the city of two nearby pyramids”) are spectacular, buried in the dense tropical forests of the Galakmul Biosphere Reserve, and viewed from above. At the top of the pyramids of the ancient city, on the eastern side of the peninsula, Theodihukan is the largest city archaeological site in ancient Mexico and the most united kingdom in 200 AD. This metropolis is the third largest pyramid in the world, the Pyramid of the Sun. With a total of 248 staircases, the remains of the Olmec, Theodihukan, Mayan and Aztec empires, along with their living descendants, reveal an impressive ancient history of advanced mathematics, astronomy, agriculture and unknown technology. The rest of the world, and much of it, was wiped out by the European conquest and the terrible disease of the 16th century.
Comfort in the sand and sun
Travel to Mexico to enjoy one of the best trips in North America, especially in winter. Much of Mexico is located in the tropics, which makes the weather very reliable, and in July and August the temperature should never fall below 90F at night. Visit resort cities such as Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta along the Pacific coast of Mexico, and Canc மற்றும்n and Veracruz on the warm waters of the Gulf Coast. Cosmel Island, not far from the Cancun coast, offers the best scuba diving in and around the world. It is fully protected as an underwater national park. Located on the Cortes Sea and Pacific border, Baja California is a popular destination for surfers, sea kayaks and lounges. Large waves, sea caves and the proximity of many interesting places intensify this western peninsula.
Why is Tijuana so dangerous?
The elegance of Mexico lies south of the border. Explore the monuments of the Tijuana system and explore Mexico City’s largest city centers, Mexico City and Guadalajara. As you explore nearly 20,000 years of human history, wear a wide-brimmed hat and dance to the Mariachi band and enjoy the best tequila in the world!