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#1 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
This site is a must see while in Puebla ... truly a beautifully kept gilded treasure.
The view of the two active volcanoes is perfect as is the surrounding towns and country side.
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Stylewalk MX Mexico City
#2 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Javier was most knowledgeable and provided us with the history of the areas we visited as well as introducing us to sights, sounds and tastes of modern life in Mexico City.
My friend and I just finished a fabulous four day visit to Mexico City with Stylewalk MX We were there to explore the art and cultural sites of this beautiful city.
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Huasteca Potosina Ciudad Valles
#3 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
we went in a rafting tour and its was perfect, great excercise and extremely beautiful views of the river and mountains.
Even if you aren't the adventurous type, the great view you will see will make you fall in love with nature.
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#4 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
We had planned excursions in the afternoons to el centro, pyramids, historical sites, museums, and more, from both ancient and ultra-modern México.
Edgar has a passion for the subject and his knowledge of the history of the site was amazing!
Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan San Juan Teotihuacan
#5 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Fantastic place, the energy, the view, the piramids, are awesome, the site is well conserved, the small museum have some figures, and the history about the place, you can get a guide, and the vendors are everywher...
This is a magnificent piece of history and its amazing to be able to climb the pyramid and see history in the flesh without barriers etc, The site is big and the climb to the top of the pyramid is tough so make su...
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#6 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
With thousands of historical monuments, Morelia is a worthy UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Mexico’s most captivating and beautiful capitals.
A very busy and bustling area with lots of restaurants, shopping, banks and nice views.
#7 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The church is almost adjacent to the colossal statue of Morelos, and within view of the Aqueduct, so you can make an afternoon of sightseeing in a small area.
If you see 1 site in Morelia this is gong to be it.
#8 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
We walked to this site from Centro Historico.
#9 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Excellent visit where you learn history as you view some of the best murals of Mexico.
The accessibility of art in Mexico is incredible and so unlike the US! Historically an important site for understanding the roots of public support for art, particularly the muralists.
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Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel San Miguel de Allende
#10 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The pink color of neogotic points elevating towards heaven with the backdrop of the blue sky and a cuople of palm trees joing the scenery is a magical breathtaking view.
Located in the Cultural/Historical District of San Miguel, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a "Must See" while visiting this lovely town.
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#11 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Chapel of Jimmy Ray San Miguel de Allende
#12 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The site is full of beautiful and innovative mosaics combined to create a fantastic and charming whole.
It makes us smile as much as the original view did.
Piramide de la Serpiente Emplumada San Juan Teotihuacan
#13 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Big and amazing archeological site, you can spend all day visiting the feathered serpent pyramid (Quetzalcoatl temple), the museum, the road of the dead, climb the sun's and moon's pyramid, be sure to bring an umb...
Terrific views from the top, though the walk up and down can be challenging depending on fitness level and/or fear of heights.
#14 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
As it is in a high point, just for the view, you should go there for a visit.
No pictures are allowed in the interior, although you can purchase photos and the proceeds are used to maintain the site.
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El Tajin Papantla
#15 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
go and be amazed by the beauty of the ruins, the pyramid of the "nichos" it´s stunning walking throug the entire zone will make you feel a special vibe about this amazing site.
Great archeological site!..if you're a history buff like me you will love it..you will need a full day to explore.
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Cathedral Zacatecas
#16 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
So, you must visit this genuine jewel so that personally state if you like it all or just the outside, that has this two marvelous views:with sunlight the bright and delicate artistic work of the stone or by night...
This is one of the top landmarks in the city of Zacatecas.
Chapultepec Castle Mexico City
#17 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
A pleasant uphill hike to a wonderful castle with the reward of a beautiful view over Chapultepec park and the Reforma - a great exhibit on Mexican history and the charming rooms of Emperor Maximilian and Empress...
Once at the hilltop, enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Mexico City, stroll through the beautifully furnished palace rooms and landscaped gardens and enjoy the fine art, architecture and historic furniture and...
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Templo de San Antonio Aguascalientes
#18 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The view in the morning and in the night are totally different.
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#19 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The architecture, the people, sights, sounds, smells, history and colours are divine!!
So, if you head to Queretaro on business, take a half day at the very least, to browse the streets and plazas and historic sites of the old part of the city.
El Jardin San Miguel de Allende
#20 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
... lush canopy of citrus trees, cleanliness, proximity to great food, drink, and shopping, comfortable and ample seating, people watching (for free), view of the imposing main church, and peaceful atmosphere.
... place with shade trees and benches and a wonderful church to admire-- eating places on the square and nearby, vendors, and a fascinating mix of foreign visitors and Mexican citizens admiring a historic landmark.
#21 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
We went there because we feel that all religious sites in Mexico are worth the visit.
Sazon San Miguel de Allende
#22 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
... stir, fry, shred, fire, blend & prepare delicious dishes, plus stroll to the local grand central market who introduced to all sorts of wonderful new culinary sites to behold & sample, you must take a class!.
Before we started the actual preparation of our meal, we were taken to the huge local market, stopping at numerous sites to sample the food.
#23 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
My favorite site in Querétaro!
#24 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
"Las pozas" are river pools located in the same section where you can enjoy a great natural view of blue/green water and take a swim as well (water is freezing, depending the time of the year).
The pathways are well maintained, the views breathtaking and the entire experience was absolutely surreal.
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#25 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
The two lateral towers that complement the whole front of the church, give an exquisite site as you enter.
#26 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Must view
One interesting thing about this site is that it us a working government buildings.
Mina El Eden Zacatecas
#27 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Great views
Definitely a must visit site
#28 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Consider to visit the church in the morning and take some pictures of the main view from the main plaza during the night or from the terraces of the restaurants ; there a really good shot may give you the best pic...
Cathedral Heritage Site, rich in history and detail.
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Coyoacan Mexico City
#29 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
Lovely town, great food and great art museum...we took a little tour bus around the city and got to see Frida's house and some other interesting landmarks....great place to spend a day or two.....we loved it!!
Aside from the big church, the other atractive site is the old house of Hernan Cortés, the house of Frida Kahlo and the traditional coffee shop El Jarocho.
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#30 of 825 Sights & Landmarks in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
What is most amazing is the fact that so much of the residential and living quarters of the city has been excavated, unlike other sites in Mesoamerica like Monte Alban or Teotuhuacan, This gives it a much more gho...
As the site is so highly elevated, you get some Joshua tree looking plants and a heavy pine presence, so it's very peaceful.