Cities for LGBT in Mexico
- 41Mexico13 reviews
If you like to golf or if you want night life, you can take a taxi to Ixtapa. There you will find Senor Frogs, or Kristine's if you like to dance!!
- 42Mexico9 reviews
The Sea of Cortez is a great diving destination. From wreck to night to wild life observation. Manta rays, whales and seals. What a fun and unspoiled body of water!
- 43Mexico15 reviews
The state of Veracruz located in the south on the Caribbean side of Mexico is very unique and beautiful. Prepare for every different climate if traveling around the whole state. Boca Del Rio offers the beach, the party, and business center bringing in all different travellers
- 44Mexico11 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 ...
- 45Mexico8 reviews
it's other of my favorites cities because it's hotter than hell, and the chinese food is very delicious,i enjoyed a lot there!!!!!!!!!!!!
- 46Mexico2 reviews
- 47Mexico1 review
Jocotepec is a small, but beautiful, Mexican town on the eastern end of Lake Chapala.
- 48Mexico14 reviews
And the hansom men, where are them! = ( In Oaxaca just ugly trolls.
- 49Mexico13 reviews
The route to Morelia will takes you through the fertile farmlands of “El Bajio” arriving in the city of Morelia for lunch on a beautiful colonial patio, now part of a hotel. Enjoy a visit to the city of Morelia, where the civil and religious buildings were erected in the 17th century re-capturing the spirit of old Spain.
- 50Mexico18 reviews
A lovely colonial city, very well kept and with its own distinctive vibe. I went for the food, and I was not disappointed. Puebla is famous as Mexico's culinary capital, because it has been a major crossroads: there's French influence in things (lots of breads) and Arab (tacos that look an awful lot like shwarma) and Italian (loads of espresso). ...
- 51Mexico8 reviews
Amazing! This is "sotano de las golondrinas" an incredible Hole in the mountain where thousands of local bird live
- 52Mexico6 reviews
Hermosa ciudad con toda la tradición maya, hay un museo del chocolate con mucha variedad de productos como cremas y shampoo para spa!!
- 53Mexico3 reviews
This spot was just a loading zone for Isla Mujeres for me. It didn't have any special appeal.
- 54Mexico1 review
very good campground, a lot of friendly canadians and americans, mostly windsurfers there
- 55Mexico11 reviews
Venture outside Mexico City for a short trip to Cuernavaca. Known as the “City of Eternal Spring,” it houses important landmarks such as the Cortez Palace and the Cathedral. Next, stroll through the narrow streets amid the colonial buildings of Taxco. This silver mining city teems with old-style charm. See the gold-plated altars of the Santa Prisca church and visit ...
- 56Mexico9 reviews
The cleanest little city I have ever visited in Mexico!
- 57Mexico7 reviews
The Maya were a pretty industrious civilization. While Chichen Itza gets much of the attention, there are a number of other sites around Mexico that are in great condition and are just as fascinating to explore. Uxmal, for example, was one of the most important Mayan cities. What makes this site so captivating is the fact that so many of ...
- 58Mexico12 reviews
White sandy beaches, beautiful ocean. From here you can make a snorkel trip with whale sharks, amazing!
- 60Mexico3 reviews
An easy day trip from Playa is Sian Ka'an, with its Biosphere Reserve which is a massive swath of pristine forest and wetland, home to monkeys, crocodiles, manatees, dolphins, and dozens of species of fresh and salt-water fish species. The Reserve is considered one of the world’s top fly fishing destinations, and most visitors here are anglers. But Sian Ka’an ...