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Mexico: A country full of history, entertainment, beaches and more! November 9, 2009

Filed under: Mexico Tourism — sher8000 @ 11:08 pm
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Mexico, a country full of natural and cultural wealth, is full of endless activities, as are the cultural, sports and even the food is converted into entertainment because of variety of products.

In Mexico, you can enjoy extreme sports, a day of culture and history, monuments, museums and cities or towns.

Would you like a ride to the past? As this is the right place, Mexico is rich in historical sites, since history is present in every corner of this beautiful country.

You can see ancient pyramids of our biggest civilizations such as: Aztecs, Olmecs, Mayas, Toltec’s and more. But certainly you should never pass through Mexico without having visited the ancient Teotihuacan City, and both pyramids: the Sun and the Moon. Without a doubt, these pyramids are the two most impressive constructions in Mesoamerica. In addition, you can visit the 10 colossal heads of the Olmec and its 80 monuments found in the region of Tabasco.

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It also has one of the 7 wonders of the world and major archeological sites in Chichen Itza, founded in the year 525 b.C in the state of Yucatan. It was a ceremonial center of many civilizations which is considered as the heritage of humanity.   

Not only has this ancient civilization left its footprint, but you can also enjoy the buildings from our fist emperor to the porfiriato. An example of this may be the corn exchange of Grandaditas where the famous “Pipila”, Juan Jose de los Reyes Martinez Amaro made his major achievement, putting a big stone on his back, up to the door and set fire to help achieve undertaken Mexico’s Independence.

There is also the castle of Chapultepec, which was enacted in 1883 as headquarters of the military academy and that the September 13, 1847 was the scene of an attack bye the Americans who were confronted bye six cadets.

Or maybe you’ll prefer come to our famous Cervantes Festival, taking its origins thanks to Miguel de Cervantes, who began with student groups from the university of Guanajuato, which began with students groups making street theater, took prominence and in 1972 took its present name Cervantino. The plays are famous in almost all parts of the world and are performed on streets and in squares.

But if you do not like history and would like to relax, you can do and visit our beautiful beaches such as Acapulco, Playa del Carmen, Cancun and Puerto Vallarta where you can enjoy nightclubs, parks, restaurant, and shopping malls, among many other things. Besides enjoying various water activities like diving, or even of you like fishing is also a good option you can enjoy a high-teach yacht, whether for walking, having a romantic dinner, parties or even stay away a bit of noise and either relax in the middle of the ocean, or maybe in a comfortable-luxurious spa, as the eastern spa or Health Club, among others.

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If you prefer a little more active activities such as extreme sports, come and visit San Luis Potosi where you can enjoy nature and outdoor visiting their villages, ruins, waterfalls, rivers, caves and more. With a lot of:  fun, sun, action and adventure!

Article written by Sim

 

One Response to “Mexico: A country full of history, entertainment, beaches and more!”

  1. Katera Says:

    This information is very interesting. In my town there isn’t very many sights like yours. So i don’t have much to say. It is very dry in Kansas and but it gets cold in the winter. We have no beaches because we are in the middle of the United States.


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