Mexico: A journey through history, art and culture here is what to see

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Your dream has always been to go to Mexico? Well, armed with sunglasses and here in Mexico you will experience a holiday to suit every type of tourist. Because Mexico offers many opportunities: art and culture, archeology, relaxation, breathtaking views, beaches, hiking, there is everything that you can visit.

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Besides the fact that if you’re in the north of the country can make a trip to the United States, is right there at your doorstep. But eye to one thing: to go from the U.S. to Mexico controls to tell the truth are quite bland, but move from Mexico to the United States usually implies a passage through customs more severe.

What to see in Mexico?
Do you have your sunglasses? Do you have sunscreen? Well, are you ready for Mexico? First of all, when you go to Mexico? Tour operators have no doubt that the ideal season is from May to October; here are the average temperatures vary between 15 to 25 degrees. Obviously the favorite holiday season is the summer, especially in August, but if you love peace and quiet maybe you might prefer some other month where there is a large influx of tourists.

If you go to Mexico, you should definitely take a dip in the waters of Cancun, a kind of earthly paradise that will put you in direct contact with the Caribbean Sea. The sand is very white, very fine and has the particularity that it can never be heated (so nothing burns if you forget flip-flops) because of its composition.

You can not go to Mexico and do not do a long tour to the Mayan archaeological site of Chichen Itza, in the northern part of the Yucatan Peninsula. In 1988 it became part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007 and it is considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world. The ideal would be to be able to go there during the period of the Equinoxes. Also for lovers of archeology and history, also have the archaeological site of Chicanna, located on the border of Guatemala and is relatively recent as it was discovered only in 2009.

We now move to Villahermosa, known as the emerald of the south-east. And ‘the capital of the state of Tabasco, famous business center: here you will find the La Venta Park Museum, full of artifacts from the Olmec culture (the famous giant carved heads).

Let’s move now to the nature of Mexico. To visit the Sumidero Canyon, is located north of the city of Tuxtla Gutierrez in the State of Chiapas. The above canyon is in turn part of the Sumidero Canyon National Park: Here you can enjoy taking pictures and walk the canyon rim to the boat which starts at Chiapa de Corzo. Remaining in Chiapas, we absolutely have to go to see the Agua Azul waterfalls. If there is a paradise on Earth, it must be this.