Mexico is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, with more than 20 million foreign tourists every year. Mexico is known for its tequila, Aztec and Maya, Salma Hayek, Day of Death, Drug Wars, Freestyle Wrestling, Corona Beer and beach resorts in the Pacific and Caribbean.
Mount Alban, or White Mountain, was once the ancient capital of the Sapotek. Overlooking the Oaxaca Valley, the Alban Hills Hotel is one of the top archaeological sites in Mexico. In addition to the spectacular views of the valley, visitors can also see the abandoned buildings around the wide and flat hilltop terrace, which extends from north to south. The large square at the end of the two large pyramid piers terminates with a stepped platform and terrace on either side of the space.
2.San Miguel de Allende
In the Bahio Mountains in central Mexico, there is a small colonial destination called San Miguel de Allende. The city is full of history: it was formed by a Franciscan monk who played an important role in the Mexican war of independence from Spain and was an important location for the Mexican Silver Trail.
3.Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve
The annual migration of Monarch Butterfly is one of the spectacular landscapes of nature and the best spot for highland tourists in central Mexico. Each year, millions of monarch butterflies travel from eastern Canada to the forests of central and western Mexico, a journey that spans 3,000 miles. The monarch butterfly spends winter hibernation in a small area of the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Michoacan and then migrates north again.
4.Cholula Grand Pyramid
Beyond Puebla is the Grand Pyramid of Cholula, an archaeological site that is home to the largest pyramid in the world. The Cholula Pyramid, also known as the Man-made Mountain, is divided into four phases, the first phase beginning 2,300 years ago.
The ancient Mayan city of Uxmal is one of the most important sights of Mexican history and culture. The city is located about 55 km south of Merida on the Yucatan Peninsula and was built mainly in the ninth century. Uxmal was once the capital of the region and a model of Puuc architecture.
Located on the Pacific coast of the Oaxaca region, Zipolite, a mile-long beach, retains a progressive hippie atmosphere. In the past few decades, Zippolit has been a nude beach, although this is rare today. Zpollit attracts travelers to seek a counter-cultural atmosphere, although visitors from all over the world still retain an authentic Mexican atmosphere.