What, you haven't decided where to take your trip yet? Do you wish to see historic sites and relax on the beach? There are seven of Mexico's beaches included here, all of which feature colonial architecture or archaeological monuments.
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The Historic Center of Mazatlan is well worth a visit, as it features many restored buildings in the tropical neoclassical style, as well as charming plazas where you can experience the city's bohemian and romantic side.
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One of the state's 1,400 discovered archaeological zones, Peralta dates to between 400 and 600 AD and is notable for the enormous volcanic stone foundations that indicate it was once one of the greatest communities in the Bajio region.
Cosala, the birthplace of Sinaloa, is a friendly town with a wealth of historical sites, legends, notable persons, historic architecture, delicious food, unique handicrafts, stunning natural beauty, and a strong desire for alternative tourism.
One of the oldest cities in the peninsula and currently one of the two Magical Towns in Yucatan, Valladolid is fascinating in every way.
When it comes to food, Mexico City offers a veritable rainbow of hues, textures, and fragrances. This entire historic district is open for exploration, so you may experience its wonders for yourself.