What are the best destinations in Mexico to travel in 2020?


Based on this predicament, the largest online travel portal in the world, made a report on the destinations that will be fashionable for next year and here we tell you what they are:

The end of the year is approaching and many have already begun preparations for the next year and the main thing on the agenda is where are we going to travel in 2020? Photo: Pixabay
The end of the year is approaching and many have already begun preparations for the next year and the main thing on the agenda is where are we going to travel in 2020? Photo: Pixabay

According to UNESCO's World Heritage List, Mexico has 27 cultural properties, some of which appear in the report. Whether for its historical value or architectural beauty, the data show the growing interest of Mexican tourists to visit cities with museums, ruins and a great gastronomic offer. For the undecided travelers among so many Mexican destinations to visit in 2020, here is the list of historical and cultural places for an upcoming trip.

Colima (+223%)

A city of contrasts, whose name and capital is the same. The state is an ideal destination for travelers seeking tranquility, with a wide range of activities ranging from visiting museums to parks and beautiful gardens. According to the report, Colima was the destination with the highest growth in demand during 2019. The study also showed that Mexicans are looking for more national destinations full of history and cultural activities.

Oaxaca (+108%)

The beautiful city of Oaxaca is internationally recognized for its great contribution to world cuisine, with many unique ingredients. Chocolate and its wide variety of preparation forms is something travelers should not miss. In addition to its culinary art, the capital is full of historical and cultural attractions. Places to visit are: the historic center of the town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987, Monte Albán and the Temple of Santo Domingo de Guzmán.

Chihuahua (+88%)

This is a wonderful city to explore starting with the enormous murals of the Government Palace, steeped in Mexican historical facts. Its museums, especially the Museum of the Mexican Revolution, provide a glimpse of the era. Chihuahua also has interesting alternatives for ecotourism, such as the Barrancas del Cobre Adventure Park and its spectacular cable car, located near several high-end hotels.

Mexicali (+75%)

Travelers visiting Mexicali should go to the UABC Institute's Museum of Cultural Research and the Casa de la Cultura. At any of these venues, people will find interesting exhibits and workshops filled with cultural background. For those looking for outdoor activities, a great option is Guadalupe Canyon, located in Sierra Cucapah. There, travelers can enjoy activities such as hiking, climbing, flora and fauna observation, in addition to visiting archaeological sites and cave paintings.

Tapachula (+75%)

For those who love local art and culture, the Soconusco Archaeological Museum is the right place to start your tour, as it is full of fun activities and will help visitors broaden their cultural and historical knowledge about the city. Other places to visit are: the Benito Juárez Monument, the city's Cathedral and the Bicentennial and Hidalgo Parks.

Tepic (+70%)

Undoubtedly, the city's impressive cultural heritage is diversified in the multiple spaces that support art and culture. The Juan Escutia Museum, one of the historical points of interest in Tepic, is a unique place to admire the history of the area. Other must-see attractions are: the Amado Nervo House Museum, the Government Palace, the Guadalupe Sanctuary, the Tepic Cathedral and the Santa María Goretti Church.

Zacatecas (66%)

This city has many historical places to visit. One of them is the centre, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There, travelers will be able to observe the Cathedral of Zacatecas and the Temple of Santos Domingo. Other must-see attractions are: the Plaza de Armas, delimited by the Cathedral and the Government Palace, as well as the Emporio Zacatecas and the Palacio de la Mala Noche, located in front of the cathedral.

Mexico City (+65%)

Mexico City is huge, making it a very rich historical destination. In the first picture it is possible to know interesting places like the Zócalo, the most important square in Mexico, which at the time of the conquest became the main commercial area and is currently the meeting point for cultural, social and religious manifestations of the city. One of the buildings surrounding the Zócalo is the Metropolitan Cathedral, it is not just any building, it is the largest cathedral in Latin America and one of the largest Christian temples in the world. Other important historical points are: the National Palace and the Templo Mayor Museum.

León (+63%)

Once in León, travelers looking for historical attractions should visit El Cóporo. This place is the most important archeological site in the state, only about 5% of the total area has been explored and where you can see what were once the residential and ceremonial parts scattered over the hill. Another interesting place to visit is the City Museum, dedicated to preserving and disseminating the work of local painters from the 19th century to the present, including Juan Herrera, Eloísa Jiménez and Lázaro Zambrano.

Tijuana (+55%)

This is a great destination for a family vacation, with must-see attractions like Baja Studios and the Tijuana Wax Museum. For travelers excited to learn more about historical and cultural facts, some suggestions are The Tijuana Interactive Spinning Muse Museum and the Rosarito Theater.

By Mexicanist

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