Mainland Mexico
Puebla City, Pue.
destination
Posted over 5 years ago
Puebla City
Puebla City is huge. The historic center is colorful and has a European feel. Make sure you check out the Great Pyramid of Cholula, which is covered in trees and has a church built on top of it. It's the biggest pyramid in the world.
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Tepoztlán, Mor.
destination
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Tepoztlán
Tepotzlan is a gorgeous small town in the mountains of Moreles state. The center has a permanent market with all kinds of crafts and food. There are many vegan and vegetarian spots, yoga and meditation offerings, and michelada stands. Make sure to hike to the pyramids that loom over the city.
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Oaxaca, Oax.
destination
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Oaxaca
Oaxaca city is a good spot to go if you don't have a lot of time in Mexico and want an authentic feel without sacrificing the comforts of tourism. There are many hotels and hostels, and lots of locals speak english. There are many markets and vendors for shopping. We suggest a day trip to Hierve del Agua.
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San Mateo Rio Hondo, Oax.
cafe
Posted over 5 years ago
Cafe Express San Jose del Pacifico
This is a very small town hidden in the mountains of Oaxaca State. It's known for its mushroom-culture, sweat lodges, and hippy lifestyle. We recommend staying at the Terraza de la Tierra.
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Oax., Mexico
outdoors
Posted over 5 years ago
Playa San Agustinillo
If you prefer quiet and tranquility, skip Mazunte and head to its neighbor, San Augustinillo. Boasting the same sunset views, amazing beachwater, and culture, but with none of the drunk and stumbling backpackers (and locals). You're still 1km from Mazunte, so you can always pop over and take advantage of their bars and restauraunts if you want to.
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Puerto Escondido, Oax.
destination
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Puerto Escondido
Surfs up! This is the place to be if you're a surfer. The boardwalk on Playa Zicatelo is full of beachfront bars, restaurants, and surf rental shops. We suggest staying at Selina hostel and surf club, and don't leave without eating at Hotel Santa Fe.
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