In this high mountain town, tropical fruits fill market stalls and traditional crafts sell on the streets.
The past lives on at Palanque, one of Latin America’s most impressive Mayan ruins.
Take a dip with playful pups or relax onboard a private yacht in the Gulf of California.
Adobe casitas nestled in the jungle and linked by sand paths serve as the home base for outdoor adventures — snorkeling, swimming, kayaking and guided hikes.
Historical and cultural sites share space with Morelia’s numerous candy stalls, boutiques and craft shops.
Although best-known for its endless hotels, trinket shops and loud bars, Mazatlán has a quieter side. Viejo Mazatlán is a treasure worth digging into.
Roving mariachi bands, cockfighting pits, mechanical bulls and outstanding tacos: now that’s real Mexico City dining.
Learn how the filming of a Hollywood movie sparked the transformation of a village into a tourist destination.