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The most visited in Mexico
Ruins in Chichén-Itzá
Chichen Itza
(136)
Beaches in Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen
(120)
Archaeological Sites in Tulum
Mayan Ruins of Tulum
(103)
Historical Monuments in San Juan Teotihuacan
Teotihuacan
(79)
Palaces in Cuauhtémoc
Palacio de Bellas Artes
(74)
Theme Parks in Xcaret
Xcaret Park
(75)
Canyons in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Sumidero Canyon
(53)
Beaches in Cancún
Cancun Beach
(75)
Waterfalls in Salto de Agua
Agua Azul Falls
(32)
Ruins in Palenque
Palenque
(26)
Beaches in Tulum
Tulum Beach
(45)
Historical Monuments in Chichén-Itzá
(59)
Islands in Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres
(49)
Viewpoints in Cuauhtémoc
Torre Latino
(53)
Islands in Isla Holbox
Holbox Island
(35)
Squares in Cuauhtémoc
Zócalo
(40)
Of Touristic Interest in Cuauhtémoc
Historic Center of Mexico City
(53)
Museums in Coyoacán
Frida Kahlo Museum
(47)
Beaches in Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen
(120)
Beaches in Cancún
Cancun Beach
(75)
Beaches in Tulum
Tulum Beach
(45)
Beaches in Cancún
Playa Defines
(32)
Beaches in Akumal
(20)
Beaches in Tulum
Playa Paraíso
(35)
Beaches in Mazatlán
Mazatlan Beach
(24)
Beaches in Sayulita
Sayulita
(24)
Beaches in La Paz
Balandra Beach
(37)
Beaches in Los Cabos
Los Cabos
(11)
Beaches in Playa del Carmen
Playa Mamitas
(29)
Beaches in Mazunte
Playa de Mazunte
(13)
Beaches in Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres Beaches
(17)
Beaches in Mahahual
Playa de Mahahual
(19)
Beaches in Puerto Escondido
Puerto Escondido
(10)
Beaches in Playa del Carmen
Playa Maroma
(19)
Beaches in Cancún
Playa Tortugas
(19)
Beaches in Acapulco
La Quebrada
(11)
Beaches in Acapulco
Acapulco Bay
(15)
Beaches in Hermosillo
Kino Beach
(13)
Villages in Taxco de Alarcón
Taxco de Alarcón
(21)
Villages in Bernal
Peña de Bernal
(34)
Villages in Tepoztlán
Tepoztlan
(33)
Villages in Tulum
Tulum
(26)
Villages in Pátzcuaro
Patzcuaro
(16)
Villages in Xilitla
Xilitla
(17)
Villages in Manzanillo
Manzanillo
(8)
Villages in Cuetzalan del Progreso
Cuetzalan del Progreso
(8)
Villages in Real del Monte-Pachuca
Real del Monte
(12)
Villages in Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres Village
(11)
Villages in San Blas
San Blas
(11)
Villages in Santiago de Tequila
Tequila
(12)
Villages in Cuernavaca
Tequesquitengo
(12)
Villages in Puerto Morelos
Morelos Port
(6)
Villages in Chignahuapan
Chignahuapan
(12)
Villages in Chamula
San Juan Chamula
(5)
Villages in Tequisquiapan
Tequisquiapan
(13)
Villages in Barra Vieja
Barra Vieja
(5)
Villages in Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes
(10)
Villages in Parras de la Fuente
Parras de la Fuente
Historical Monuments in San Juan Teotihuacan
Teotihuacan
(79)
Historical Monuments in Chichén-Itzá
(59)
Historical Monuments in Monterrey
Macroplaza
(50)
Historical Monuments in Santiago de Quetaro
Centro Histórico de Querétaro
(20)
Historical Monuments in Coba
Mayan Ruins of Cobá
(31)
Historical Monuments in Oaxaca
Oaxaca Old Town
(19)
Historical Monuments in Veracruz
St. John of Ulúa Fort
(21)
Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de Las Casas
Cathedral of San Cristobal de Las Casas
(19)
Historical Monuments in Cuauhtémoc
Monument to the Revolution
(21)
Historical Monuments in Guadalajara
Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres
(31)
Historical Monuments in Cuernavaca
Cathedral of Cuernavaca
(15)
Historical Monuments in León
Fountain of the Lions
(20)
Historical Monuments in Campeche
Campeche Wall
(8)
Historical Monuments in Uxmal
Pyramid of the Magician at Uxmal
(13)
Historical Monuments in Mapimi
Ojuela Bridge
(9)
Historical Monuments in Morelia
San Francisco Convent
(7)
Historical Monuments in León
Cruzando Arcos
(10)
Historical Monuments in Guanajuato
Mellado Temple
(8)
Historical Monuments in Tecozautla
Torreón
Historical Monuments in Morelia
Public Library
(6)
Churches in Guadalajara
Guadalajara Cathedral
(39)
Churches in Taxco de Alarcón
Santa Prisca Church
(9)
Churches in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Santo Domingo Temple
(3)
Churches in San Pedro Cholula
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios
(13)
Churches in San Miguel de Allende
Parroquia de San Miguel de Allende
(25)
Churches in San Cristóbal de Las Casas
San Juan Chamula Church
(13)
Churches in San Pedro Cholula
Church of Cerro
(8)
Churches in Aguascalientes
San Marcos Temple
(7)
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo de San Agustin
(6)
Churches in Gustavo A. Madero
Nouvelle basilique de guadalupe
(7)
Churches in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Santa Lucía Church
(3)
Churches in San Luis Potosí
Churches of San Luis Potosi
(8)
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo Santa Maria de Gracia
(2)
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo de San Francisco de Asis
(3)
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo San Jose de Gracia
(2)
Churches in Zacatecas
Church of Santo Domingo
(3)
Museums in Coyoacán
Frida Kahlo Museum
(47)
Museums in Miguel Hidalgo
National Anthropology Museum
(39)
Museums in Miguel Hidalgo
Museo Soumaya
(34)
Museums in Guanajuato
Mummy Museum (Museo de los Momias)
(16)
Museums in Monterrey
Museo de Historia Mexicana
(18)
Museums in Puebla de Zaragoza
Mexican Railroad Museum
(13)
Museums in Xalapa
Anthropology Museum of Xalapa
(11)
Museums in Cuernavaca
Palace of Cortes
(16)
Museums in Villahermosa
La Venta Park Museum
(8)
Museums in San Juan Teotihuacan
Museum of the Teotihuacan Culture
(6)
Museums in Isla Aguada
Aguada Island Lighthouse-Museum
(3)
Museums in Tijuana
Cultural Centre Tijuana
(13)
Museums in Mérida
Anthropology and History Museum
(10)
Museums in Monterrey
Museo Metropolitano de Monterrey
(8)
Museums in Coyoacán
(9)
Museums in Tepoztlán
Museum of Tezpotlan Morelos
(5)
Museums in Zacatecas
Historic Centre of Zacatecas
(5)
Museums in Saltillo
(7)
Museums in Guadalajara
Museo Regional de Guadalajara
(4)
Museums in Córdoba
La Favorita or the Glory Gate
(5)

The top 5.622 attractions in Mexico

Ruins in Chichén-Itzá
Chichen Itza
(136)
Chichen Itza is the most famous Mayan city in the Yucatan Peninsula. It's also in a lot better shape than the other ruins, by a pretty wide margin. I was hoping to be able to climb one of the pyramids as I had done at the ruins in Coba, but unfortunately they no longer allow this. Apparently it was allowed a few years ago but I imagine that there were so many tourists that they had to take measures to ensure the conservation of the ruins. Chichen Itza is one of the seven wonders of the world and, as you'd expect, if full of both tourists and local vendors hawking souvenirs. My favorite part was the iconic pyramid ("El Castillo" to the locals) which is 24 meters high and has 356 steps. It was built with astronomical symbolism and the Mayans performed sacrifices in the Sacred Cenote nearby. Also, you can't miss the Temple of the Warriors, the Thousand Columns, and the El Caracol observatory.
Beaches in Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen
(120)
Disfrutando decrecorrer poco en el Hotel Sandos Caracol Eco Resort encontramos mucho descanso y actividades p toda la familia. Su playa von Muchas piedras pero t obligan a nadar a bancos de arena emocionantes
Archaeological Sites in Tulum
Mayan Ruins of Tulum
(103)
These Mayan ruins overlooking the Caribbean Sea make up one of the many archaeological sites scattered throughout the Yucatan peninsula (and much of Central America). They are not largest or best preserved Mayan ruins in Mexico, but their location overlooking the Caribbean and especially their proximity to the tourist resorts of Cancun and Playa del Carmen, make them one of the country's most popular archaeological sites. Crowded or not, it's worth the visit.
Historical Monuments in San Juan Teotihuacan
Teotihuacan
(79)
The Pyramid of the Moon measures forty two meters of height and eighteen thousand square meters of base. It is the largest building in Teotihuacan after the Pyramid of the Sun, but it is not less important. I feel personally the most impressed by the large square that is at its base. And because you have to walk down the Avenue of the Dead to get to it, giving it a mystique of its own. It is exciting to get close to the pyramid and climb as much as possible, since it does not have as many tourists as the Pyramid of the Sun it is easier to connect more with the environment. Reaching the Pyramid of the Moon was the perfect end to our visit to Teotihuacan.
Palaces in Cuauhtémoc
Palacio de Bellas Artes
(74)
The Palace of Fine Arts, located in the historic center of Mexico City, is the main house of culture of the country, considering that it is the most important opera house in Mexico and the center is dedicated to the fine arts in all of its fields . UNESCO declared an artistic monument in 1987 and to see it is actually quite breathtaking due to its majestic construction and the shear size of it.
Theme Parks in Xcaret
Xcaret Park
(75)
This is one of the most important archaeological eco parks in the Maya Riviera, where you can enjoy many activities in direct contact with nature such as: swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, diving, sea trekking, exploring coral reefs, swimming in underground rivers, swimming in the sea, the creek or natural ponds, etc. You can also see many animals in their natural habitat. Finally, visitors can enjoy various shows aimed at tourists to understand Mexican culture, from its beginnings to its meaning today.
Canyons in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Sumidero Canyon
(53)
The Gully Canyon is a deep narrow canyon, located 5 kilometers from Tuxtla Gutierrez, capital of Chiapas, Mexico. The cliffs of this canyon are more than 1000 meters high. The river Grijalva, which runs through it, has a depth of over 250 meters. The fault line developed about twelve million years ago. In the Sierra Norte de Chiapas it is among the most spectacular, with walls that rise over 1300 feet. The river is flowing through the states of Chiapas and Tabasco and flows into the Gulf of Mexico. In its southern entrance, the canyon begins in Chiapa de Corzo, and flows into the artificial reservoir of the hydroelectric dam Manuel Moreno Torres, best known as "Chicoasén". The relevance sump barrel is such that part of the Shield of Chiapas. By its unique beauty and historical significance, the icon of Chiapas is nominated for one of the "New 7 Wonders of Nature" as the sole representative of Mexico in this international competition.
Beaches in Cancún
Cancun Beach
(75)
There are many things that I love about the Caribbean Sea, mainly the tranquility of the sea in the month of May. I went to Cancun two times and the first time, I loved the blue Caribbean Sea. It is beautiful and a nice place to see. The beaches of Cancun are nice and have a diver maritime life. There are also 7 different blues in the ocean.
Waterfalls in Salto de Agua
Agua Azul Falls
(32)
The water color impresses you. It is a beautiful blue. The beauty of the place is unforgettable. It is worth coming to get away from it all. treat yourself to this wonderful landscape on your next trip.
Ruins in Palenque
Palenque
(26)
The Mayan city of Palenque is something no one should miss when visiting Mexico. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is in the area of ​​Chiapas, Mexico in the south. The buildings here have been around since the 7th century, so this fact alone is an incredible sight. The buildings are characterized by peculiar "peaks" crowning the tops. Since the city was abandoned by the Maya, it was quickly covered by jungle vegetation, and was not rediscovered until the eighteenth century. Since then, archaeologists have discovered up to 34 buildings, but it is believed that there are still more than 1,000 structures covered by the forest. The place is just amazing, and it is impossible to imagine the scale of this enormous city in full swing. The most important building is the Temple of Inscriptions, a huge pyramid named after the tables with hieroglyphics found inside. Also, the sarcophagus of King Pacal is inside this temple. He once ruled the city. Other buildings are located around the central square, like the Palace, where there are sculptures and reliefs in stucco. Two baseball fields are there too.
Beaches in Tulum
Tulum Beach
(45)
After visiting all the archaeological area, a swim comes in handy. Honestly, this would be a beautiful beach if it wasn't for all the people. It makes sense that it's crowded because many people hire an excursion to the ruins and then have a little free time until they go back to their hotels and this is the only beach available within walking distance from the ruins. It's accessed by a wooden staircase and has many coves which are formed by the rocks there. It's beautiful, and even more beautiful is the view.
Historical Monuments in Chichén-Itzá
(59)
Islands in Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres
(49)
A beautiful island 20 mims from Cancun. Peace and good cheer reigns. Incredible sunsets, good food, tequilas, mezcal, bars with live bands and small native places to move your hips ... A dream come true!
Viewpoints in Cuauhtémoc
Torre Latino
(53)
The Torre Latinoamericana is a skyscraper in the historic center of Mexico City, which offers a spectacular view from the 45th floor, from which you can see the main square, the Museum of Fine Arts and the whole city centre. Its central location, height and history of surviving several earthquakes, have made it one of the most emblematic buildings of the City of Mexico. It´s worth visiting for the pictures that can be taken from the top, although the entrance fee is a bit expensive for a building, 51 Mexican pesos (about $ 9).
Islands in Isla Holbox
Holbox Island
(35)
Holbox Island is a place that keeps the tranquility of a quiet fishing village in perfect harmony with nature. There are expansive fine white sand beaches that are full of shells that get washed by calm waters. It's the ideal place to disconnect from the world and reconnect with yourself. It can be a bit touristy, given how wonderful it is. It's very close to mangroves, and right next to the famous area where the whale shark is. It can be very close to a variety of birds, enjoy moonless nights of bioluminescence in the water, and spectacular sunsets
Squares in Cuauhtémoc
Zócalo
(40)
Surely, the most known place in Mexico. In the historic center, right where the city of Tenochtitlan starts, you can find one of the biggest squares in the world. Surrounded by the Cathedral of Mexico of by the National Palace and with a huge flag in the center, it´s a place tourists must see. There are often manifestations and popular protests.
Of Touristic Interest in Cuauhtémoc
Historic Center of Mexico City
(53)
They say that Mexico City is one of the most chaotic cities in the world but the truth is that the historic center is less so. If you spend along time in Zocalo Square and you get into a bit in this area it's less touristy but be prepared for shopping with many people, many stalls and noise and movement.
Museums in Coyoacán
Frida Kahlo Museum
(47)
A fascinating place, in the district of Coyoacan. It's the house where the artist lived with Diego Rivera. It's the perfect place to see how they lived and also where you can browse her artwork, memories, clippings, and books ... A fantastic experience which is a must when you visit the DF.