Cities for Spiritual Seekers in Mexico
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- 1Mexico92 reviews
One of my favorite vacation spots. Great food, yoga, and relaxation on the beach. Off of the electrical grid, this place is powered by wind turbines and solar generators. This is the way Mexico was back in the day before the bottomless margaritas and all inclusive resorts.
- 2Mexico69 reviews
Chichen Itza is one of the most mind-blowing archeological sites on the planet. The sprawling complex of pyramids, temples, and other sites (including a court for an early version of basketball where the losers lost their heads) is amazing. It is a couple of hours drive from Cancun or Tulum.
- 3Mexico26 reviews
The biggest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, but it still feels like a village downtown. The city has been very proactive in keeping the center of the city vibrant, and sponsors live music and other events every night of the week. The colonial buildings are gorgeous (many getting redone by expats), and the market is massive and fascinating.
- 4Mexico2 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 ...
- 5Mexico7 reviews
Zipolite is just about as laid back as you can get - clothing is strictly optional. What's not is the earthy aroma of marijuana, the roar of the Pacific Ocean and good vibrations all around. Bob Marley was here fo' sho'.
- 6Mexico16 reviews
Todos Santos is a charming town about 40 minutes north of Cabo (note, that means 2 hours drive from the airport). The town itself is only a few blocks by a few blocks, but it's chock full of galleries, little shops, and charming old buildings. It's slow and sleepy, and the locals say "9pm is Todos Santos' midnight". It's a ...
- 7Mexico260 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.
- 8Mexico263 reviews
Mexico City is a teaming mega-metropolis of 20+ million people, or about 20% of the entire population in it's sprawling environs. It is the commercial and political power center of Mexico. There are many major international corporations with subsidiaries headquartered here, and of course, it is the capital of Mexico. It does have a rich heritage and colorful history. Despite ...
- 9Mexico148 reviews
downtown playa great shoppong and you can bargin dont go when the cruise ships are in port the prices go up and if you can get what you want for the price you wanna pay walk away they will come after you lol name YOUR price they take it!
- 10Mexico134 reviews
Stayed at the Riu Los Cabos and what a deal I got. Great view and decent food and endless drinks in the all inclusive resort.
- 11Mexico12 reviews
Such an amazing place to visit. A great day trip while visiting Mexico City, as it's such a rich part of Mexican history and is great for all ages. The pyramids will blow you away, so remarkable and giving off a feeling of rich culture and history. I was a child when I visited and it was unforgettable. It felt ...
- 12Mexico49 reviews
Well, Guadalajara is a huge city, too much to see, but don't miss the Cathedral, the Plaza of Mariachis, Tlaqupaque -a little artesanal town- in the outskirts of the city- there lots of things to see and food worth it, in el Parian, visit in every city you are the local mercados. Remember Mexico is very big, and most modern ...
- 13Mexico100 reviews
Overall my favorite place in Mexico, if not the world. The magic of Puerto Vallarta is pungent in the air. There is so much to this great area located on the Bay of Banderas that you will want to come back again and again!
- 14Mexico115 reviews
Just a regular island in the east side of Mexico near Cancun
- 15Mexico46 reviews
Isla Mujeres is a great island to slightly escape the chaos of Cancun while still being able to get your party on. I believe that in the right season that you can dive with the Whale Sharks. There is one insane hostel on the island named Pocna which is has decent accommodations but really exists to throw crazy beach parties ...
- 16Mexico7 reviews
It is a fun and safe place , with a lot of night life, outdoor activities.and lovely people
- 17Mexico3 reviews
Not far from San Diego, easy to get cross the border, especially if you walk across. Came down with my grandparents to pick up some tiles for their home remodel, there were many factories with good materials at a great price. Good street foods and shopping near the border.
- 18Mexico19 reviews
Try "tlayuda", is a handmade dish part of traditional Mexican cuisine, a popular "antojito" originating from the state of Oaxaca.
- 19Mexico30 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 ...
- 20Mexico68 reviews
I love Tijuana. We go down at least 4 times a year and always have a wonderful time and make new friends. Probably not a good vacation spot for a family, but very fun if you are 20-50 looking for excitement. Great nightlife and everyone is in a festive and friendly mood. Tons of clubs to dance or low key ...