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As the capital of Jalisco, Guadalajara embraces its local heritage, most notably in the form of tequila (for which Jalisco is famous) and mariachi music (celebrated with a week-long festival in September). The historic city center is home to an incredible collection of baroque churches and architecture that give Mexico City’s Centro a run for its money. The city also hosts one of the world’s largest book festivals every year.

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Coastal Oaxaca beach towns draw an entirely different crowd than you’ll find in Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco. Puerto Escondido anchors this region, and you’ll pay far less here than in the more popular Mexico beach destinations.

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Mexico’s Baja region feels a world away from the rest of Mexico, and that couldn’t be truer than in La Paz, the capital and largest city in Baja California Sur.

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Guanajuato is packed full of too-pretty-to-believe colonial beauty — impossibly narrow cobblestone streets wind through its hilly terrain.

Rear view mirrors are getting a lot of use these days, with both 2020 slipping into them and a staggering three-quarters of us raring to go on our next adventure. However, not everyone is excited to get on an airplane, especially with kids. Families are much more likely to take road trips this summer than flights, so pack extra snacks for that beach weekend as there will be levels of traffic not seen in a long while. You’ll also want to lock down summer plans now, as everything from beaches to national parks and even theme parks are seeing crowds...

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In the central highlands of Chiapas, San Cristobal del as Casas serves as the nerve center of the region’s indigenous communities who live in the mountain towns throughout the region.

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Note: Save these destinations for when it’s safe to travel again. Be sure to check the travel rules before visiting Mexico.