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Mexico: A World of its Own

Mexico’s cities—with an abundance of fascinating architecture, delicious gastronomy and cultural
riches—provide world-class magical experiences.

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

A KALEIDOSCOPE OF CULTURE

Rich in history and tradition, Mexico is a cultural kaleidoscope where ancient civilizations, colonial architecture, innovation and world-class sophistication converge. The diverse cities in this vast country offer a wide range of unforgettable experiences for every traveler.

Traveling to the incredibly diverse universe that is Mexico makes for an experience like no other, and its major cities are no exception. Whether looking for cobblestone streets lined with colorful colonial façades or captivating urban spaces featuring the latest trends in architecture and design, those who immerse themselves in Mexico’s magnificence will discover the need to visit over and over again.

Oaxaca, San Miguel de Allende and Mexico City are extraordinary representations of the multiculturalism found in Mexico’s cities. The combination of their gastronomic, architectural and historical exuberance; the culture and warmth of their people; and the luxury and comfort of their world-class resorts will satisfy even the most demanding visitors.

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Oaxaca is its own world of languages and groups native to the region. In a city where all the historical periods of Mexico shine, colonial monuments can be found standing proudly next to modern and contemporary structures, sheltering pre-Hispanic sanctuaries and rooms where the heroes of the Independence dwelled. Toward its historic center, the city’s visitors can find the Oaxacan restaurant scene, where the gastronomic knowledge of centuries-old cultures meets the creations of today’s best chefs.

Santo Domingo, Oaxaca

Santo Domingo, Oaxaca

Macedonio Alcala Theatre, Oaxaca

Macedonio Alcala Theatre, Oaxaca

Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Oaxaca

Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Oaxaca

Hierve el agua, Oaxaca

Hierve el agua, Oaxaca

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato




A COSMOPOLITAN VILLAGE

With its colorful architecture, cobblestone streets and historical treasures on one hand, and high-end boutiques, energetic nightlife and gourmet restaurants on the other, San Miguel de Allende is a world of its own. Equal parts luxury and artistry, San Miguel de Allende easily proves to travelers why it has been named best city in the world on more than one occasion.

THE GATEWAY TO LATIN AMERICA

Named “the metropolis that has it all” by The New York Times, Mexico City is an eclectic, surreal world of wrestling matches, grand baroque aesthetics and luxurious palaces. It has incredibly diverse nightlife, world-class museums, trendy restaurants, bohemian galleries and an artistic undercurrent, all next to five-star, business-class hotels.







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Zocalo, Mexico City

Zocalo, Mexico City