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Si tienes poco tiempo para pasar en México te recomendamos mucho que visites estos famosos lugares:
Semana Santa: the end of March or the beginning of April each year. In Iztapalapa District, 9km southeast of Zocalo Square in the historical center, the passion play was staged, which was famous for its lifelike and terrifying atmosphere. The most fascinating performance was on Good Friday.
Mexico Independence Day: also known as independence day. Mexico declared its independence on August 24, 1821. Mexico's independence day is to commemorate the war of independence launched by Hidalgo against Spanish colonial rule on September 16, 1810. On the evening of September 15, thousands of people will gather in Zocalo Square to listen to the Mexican President read "the voice of Dolores" on the balcony of the presidential palace at 11 p.m. Then there are grand fireworks show to enjoy.
Día de Muertos: also known as the day of the dead, is held on November 2 every year. The festival of the dead is similar to Western Halloween, but it also has the culture of the Indian nation. On the day of the dead, people use wreaths, sacrifices, and food to commemorate the dead in the cemetery, and put altars in their homes to wait for the return of their deceased relatives. The festival atmosphere is not sad, but relatively happy.
Bar Milan: Bohemian, a bar with Latin music. The bar uses its own currency, milagos, which needs to be exchanged in cash.
El Colmilo: electric music style, English style. The dance floor is very big. There are few people before 1:00 a.m
Xel Ha: in Mexico's Xel Ha park's charming coves, natural wells, and pools, you get a unique experience in amazing natural landscapes. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Cancun and the Maya coast. Enjoy this diving paradise and take part in all kinds of fun activities. Slide down a high-altitude slide, jump off the stone of courage, cross the river on floating tires, or cycle through the jungle bike lanes.
Tulum: located in the Caribbean Sea about 130 kilometers from Cancun, Tulum site is the most prosperous religious city site in the late 14th century Maya culture. It is surrounded by stone walls up to 3.3 meters high. The buildings in the ancient city are made of stone and carved with patterns. It is one of the best-preserved Mayan and Toltec ancient cities in Mexico.
Day 1: Mexico City National Palace - Chimelong Restaurant - Templo Mayor Museum - Mexico City Cathedral - Constitution Square of Mexico City - Historical Center of Mexico City.
Day 2: National Museum of Anthropology - Reforma Avenue Mexico - Palacio Postal.
Day 3: Tlatelolco massacre - Square of the Three Cultures - Alameda Central Park - Plaza Juárez - The Angel of Independence
You can fly to Mexico City International Airport. Metrobus, Uber, and subway are the main transportation routes in Mexico City.
Las Coloradas Pink Lake: at noon every day, the water changes from muddy to pink for a long time. The lake is big and there are many flamingos. You can enjoy taking pictures! In addition to the pink, there are orange lakes as well. The blue sky above the Pink Lake with the white clouds is particularly beautiful.
Isla Mujeres: Isla Mujeres is an island northeast of Cancun. It takes only 15 minutes to half an hour by boat from Cancun. The peaceful sea view makes people feel relaxing.
Tacos Y Mariscos Titos: this shop owner sells fish and shrimp. It's a shop that local people often come to. There are fried fish, bacon roll shrimp, etc. The feature dish is a seafood cup, including shrimp, cuttlefish, clams, scallops, and oysters, with a lump of avocado. There are also many fresh vegetable grains in it. It tastes satisfying and refreshing. Because Mexicans are used to putting a lot of sauce, especially chili sauce, which has many grades and tastes. In a word, it tastes super good.
Address: Flores magnon 8451, Col. Centro, 22000 Tijuana, Baja
California Contramar: located in the heart of Mexico City's northern Rome, Contramar restaurant is a popular restaurant for local people and tourists and a perfect place for a seaside holiday. The spacious and bright dining room is full of brandy hues, with the best seafood in Mexico City. A must-have dish here is of course tuna tortillas sprinkled with dried red pepper, mayonnaise, avocado, and fried shredded scallion. This dish is the original creation of the Contramar restaurant. Contramar also has a variety of marinated fish with juicy limes. This lunch-only restaurant is full of customers and often needs to wait.
Address: Durango 200, Roma, cuauht é MOC, 06700 Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal
Chichen Itza: site of an ancient Mayan city in the central and eastern state of Yucatan, Mexico. There are hundreds of buildings, which are the ruins of ancient Mayan culture and Toltec culture.
Teotihuacan: it was once the largest capital in America. Standing on the top of the pyramid tower overlooking a piece of ruins under the tower, people can not help but think of its prosperity and high civilization nearly 2000 years ago. Unlike the pyramids of ancient Egypt, which were used as mausoleums, the pyramids in Mexico were altars for sacrifice. The ultraviolet radiation of the plateau sun is very strong, and there is no place to shade the whole site, so you must do a good job in sun protection. Although there are not many major scenic spots to watch, pyramid climbing is more tiring than climbing the Great Wall. Because it is full of steps, it takes about 3 hours to play. There is no restaurant in the scenic area, so you should also bring good water and food to satisfy hunger.
Ik Kil: the "sinkhole" is the world's largest watery "sinkhole" with a depth of about 335 meters. The pits at sea level will be filled with water, and the depth is equivalent to the groundwater level, forming the famous clear blue pool. The Mayan royal family will relax in the pool and hold sacrificial ceremonies. It has been developed into a diving spot.
Museo de Soumaya: This is the museum named after his wife Soumaya by Carlos Slim, the richest man in Mexico. The appearance is peculiar and glittering. There are six floors in total, all of which are good things in his collection: a large number of Rodin's sculptures, a few small works by Picasso and Dali, paintings by Renoir, Van Gogh, and Monet, and a whole layer of valuable Ivory sculpture exhibition. Museo Soumaya, based in Plaza Carso, Mexico City, the billionaire said "the museum is his gift to Mexico City and the whole country" and is open to the public free of charge.
Templo Mayor: it's right next to Zocalo Square in the center of Mexico City. The museum displays models of the seven-story temple and artifacts unearthed from the site. Among them, the most important is the relief of the goddess Coyolxauhqui, also known as the treasure of the town hall, which was discovered in 1978, and the giant stone carving Tlaltecuhtli, the goddess of earth harvest, discovered in 2006. After seeing the national anthropological Museum and the great temple in the center of Mexico City, you will gain some knowledge of Mexico's Millennium civilization. Then, it is recommended to go to the real pyramid and have a close look at the magnificence of ancient architecture.
The climate is cool and pleasant. The annual average temperature is about 18 ℃. The whole year is divided into a rainy season and dry season. The rainy season is from June to early October. 75% ~ 80% of the precipitation in the whole year is concentrated in the rainy season.
Soriana Híper La Villa is a large supermarket with a wide range of goods and inexpensive prices. Mexico's water can not be directly drunk, it is recommended that you buy enough large bottles of pure water in supermarkets.
Mercado de Artesanias Insurgentes is a famous handicraft market, which gathers handicrafts from all over Mexico. Among them, Katrina ornaments and ceramic painted skeletons are worth buying as souvenirs.