Three unmissable Mexican destinations, according to foreign tourists
Either to get charged with energy or look for clues about pre-Hispanic cultures, the pyramids of Teotihuacán, in the State of Mexico, are the most popular and explored among Colombians; 72% of visitors of this nationality visit spaces such as the legendary Calzada de los Muertos.
Approximately 65% of Argentines also find in the archaeological zones a reason to travel to the Mexican Republic, but, in their case, a little closer to the beach, in Chichén Itzá, Yucatán. A good season to visit this pyramidal base is during the spring equinox, in which the rays of the sun illuminate the stairway and a snake appears to descend.
And, finally, there are tourists who let themselves be carried away by museums, for example, the natives of Brazil. According to Booking, 30% of Brazilian explorers consider the Casa Azul Museum of Frida Kahlo, in Mexico City, as a must.
Bands and famous people have also succumbed to the charms of what would be the home of Kahlo, in Coyoacán; the names go from Madonna and Carolina Herrera to Katy Perry, Yoko Ono, and David Bowie.
By Mexicanist Source Booking