Cities for Family Travelers in Mexico
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- 1Mexico260 reviews
just came from cancun.stayed in RIU Cancun all inclusive resort. Very beautiful place.everything is in sidethe resort.No need to go anywhere.beaches pools entertainment unlimited drinks you name it.
- 2Mexico46 reviews
Take the snorkeling tour offere right on the dock as you get it. It will be a nice day trip especially if you stay in Cancun and want to take a good tour of the island's beaches. The tour will take you around the island to the best beaches and will allow you to snorkel in the best places. the ...
- 3Mexico92 reviews
full of culture and rich in history. beautiful view of the Caribbean sea from the cliffs.
- 4Mexico69 reviews
It is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.ITA SECOND MOST VISITED ARCHAEOLOGICAL SPOT IN MEXICO
- 5Mexico115 reviews
@scout helped me much and Cozumel is amazing. Just have to know the right spots
- 6Mexico14 reviews
Puerto Aventuras is a gated community south of Playa del Carmen along Mexico's Riviera Maya. The town has a large marina, but lacks a feeling of strong Mexican culture.
- 7Mexico148 reviews
I love Playa! Stroll on 5th at night. Spend the day at the beach. It is one of the nicest since Cozumel shelters the coast. I stayed at condominios Xaman-ha. it is right on the beach and the view from the condo is awesome. It is in the Playacar Fase 1 section. So close to many parks like Xplor and ...
- 8Mexico100 reviews
Puerto Vallarta is a perfect blend of everything for all travelers. There is culture, nightlife, parasailing and jungle. I can't even get into all the things that are available. Try horseback riding in the jungle or ziplining. Enjoy the Malacon at night and the stunning Pacific Coast during the day.
- 9Mexico7 reviews
San Felipe is a located along the Sea of Cortez and makes you feel like you are somewhere tropical. Warm waters, great fresh seafood, shopping from the locals, cheap stays, good for fishing and you can rent ATV's. Small town but a lot of beach to explore.
- 10Mexico26 reviews
Its a beautyful city and shows more mexican life...not only tourism.
- 11Mexico30 reviews
Ensenada "enseh-na-dah" is a coastal city in Baja California, Mexico, a little over an hour away from the Tijuana/US border (78 mi) and easily accessible. It's the third-largest city in Baja California located on the Baja California Peninsula. It's locally referred to as La Cenicienta del Pacífico or "The Cinderella of the Pacific". Very good seafood, nice hotels/resorts with gorgeous ...
- 12Mexico12 reviews
Teotihuacan is about an hour or so outside of Mexico City. This is the site of the massive ruins of the pre-Columbian period indigenous people of Mexico. The ruins are spectacular and fascinating to see, with the large scale city that used to be here. The pinnacle of these ruins are the two large pyramids built here. The Sun and ...
- 13Mexico7 reviews
It is a fun and safe place , with a lot of night life, outdoor activities.and lovely people
- 14Mexico9 reviews
We invite you to explore the "real" Baja. Sophisticated, relaxing and the gateway to so many outdoor thrills. Welcome to La Paz.
- 15Mexico11 reviews
We stayed at Mexico Maxico hotel right off the main road in Crucesitas. IT is just a block from the bay. It is the main port where you can book your 9 bay boat tour. Eat at the Adelinas little restaurant. She makes the best chocolate cosaints. Try the street tacos and take a little detour to the town square ...
- 16Mexico2 reviews
Magdalena de kino is a small town up north in the state of Sonora Mexico. Magdalena de kino Sonora is called Pueblo Magico its situated 80 kilometers from the border with U.S.A Magdalena de Kino is a picturesque town,with cobblestone streets and historic landscapes . Magdalena will welcome you with delicious regional dishes and national campgrounds and colorful festivals to ...
- 17Mexico1 review
Fishing village on the Gulf where you can get an authentic taste of local culture.
- 18Mexico24 reviews
This thriving Mexican Village is a MUST see. This is a large town by comparison and has a large American population. Is very well know for Surfing. Take a Surf lesson while your family has lunch and watches from Don Pedro's on the beach. Very picturesque. Many good stores with local art items, clothes, etc. A good day outing for ...
- 19Mexico134 reviews
This is the place to vacation in Mexico when you want to avoid all of the other cliche vacation spots. It's super low key. If you go shopping, don't go when a cruise ship is in port. Go fishing instead!
- 20Mexico263 reviews
Americans are so lucky to have this metropolis in their hemisphere. It's staggering. The center is as gorgeous as any European capital, the arts scene is astounding, the sprawl is boggling. I bought a map of the *entire* city, and it nearly covered a twin bed. The area I explored in a week was about four square inches. I would ...