4 Reasons Why Everyone Loves Mexico

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Located in the southern half of North America, Mexico is the home of ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations, making it a true gem of world culture. Its authentic food, warm-hearted people, and easy accessibility make this country so popular among the tourists all over the globe, and if you still haven’t visited Mexico, it’s high time you did! Here are four reasons why everybody loves it.

Authentic Mexican food

You have probably heard (or tried, even better!) that Mexican food is absolutely yummy! It’s bursting with flavours and authentic spices, and one thing is certain – they love it spicy and hot! Tacos, guacamole, panuchos, huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, enchiladas, and many more are some of the most popular Mexican dishes, and we can’t lie – they’re beyond delicious. From street vendors to upscale restaurants, there’s something to suit every pocket. Fruit and veggie lovers will also adore Mexico, since it can be considered a true heaven filled with fresh products.

Breathtaking Mexican culture

Mexico is renowned all over the globe for its ancient Mayan ruins – and these are really worth visiting! Rich and mysterious Mexican past can still be seen in those sites located all over the country – from the Yucatan Peninsula, to the city of Coba. The ruins of Chichen Itza and Tulum are also very well-known among the tourists. However, there’s one not very popular, yet astonishing site – Ek Balam. What’s amazing about it is the fact that it’s surrounded by dense, unspoiled jungle – it wasn’t modernised almost at all, which provides that ancient vibe tourists are looking for!

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It’s easily accessible

One of the best things about Mexico is the fact that it’s easily accessible, no matter where you travel from – the US, Europe, or Asia. Over 1,800 national and international airports are available for millions of tourists who want to visit this beautiful country, which shows just how it’s perfectly linked to the rest of the world. If you’re up for spending your next holidays in Mexico, there are many options for your final destination, from Mexico City, Monterrey to Cancun, landing at your chosen destination it’s very easy and you’ll be at your dream resort in no time!

Warm-hearted Mexican people

Last but not least – warm-hearted Mexican people will make your stay in this gorgeous country much more pleasant. The truth is that Mexicans are rarely in a hurry, unlike Europeans or Americans. Don’t be surprised when you see locals sleep in hammocks in front of their houses, or even on public benches in the street – that’s simply their thing! You’ll love to spot local shop owners sitting in front of their shops and carelessly talking with passers-by. Their overall laid-back nature stuns some of the tourists, especially those who came to Mexico to escape their own hectic lives for at least a week.

Being the cradle of ancient civilizations, we can really come to the conclusion that Mexico is really worth seeing. Its authentic colorful food will make your life more beautiful, and the friendly Mexicans will take care of you in the best possible way. The fact that this country is so easily accessible is like a cherry on top! You definitely won’t regret deciding to visit it!


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