If you’re looking for a more secluded getaway, Tulum is a low-key spot on the east coast of Mexico known to luxury seeking travelers. From here you can visit very well-preserved Mayan ruins, ruins that sit on the edge of cerulean waters of the Caribbean Sea. There are also several underground water-filled caverns (also known as cenotes) and bioreserves. If you’re looking for somewhere quiet and relaxing over your next spring break, Tulum is it.
Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen, located along the Yucatán Peninsula is popular among sophisticated expats and vacationing Europeans. The town where everything is centered is El Zócalo, the town square is within walking distance of the beach and La Quinta Avenida, that runs along the beach shore, has several blocks of delicious cafes and unique shops. Playa del Carmen is great for history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts and beach lovers.
If you’re looking for a really authentic Mexican experience you should visit Guadalajara. The capital and largest city in Jalisco you can visit the many tequila distilleries, enjoy the mariachi bands and be awed by the incredible architecture. Mixing traditional and contemporary, Mexico, you can wear a sombrero and watch bull fighting or hang out at the local bar and grab a beer.
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