Only two-hours southeast of Mexico City is the colonial city of Puebla, mostly recognized for its colorful history – the city’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – plenty of gorgeous churches, the best mole poblano, and Talavera, a ceramic unique to the region.
Tulum has been one of our favorite beach destinations in Mexico -- that's why we offer it as a destination. It's the perfect place to get away from touristy Cancun and enjoy cocktails, cenotes, and ruins.
Check out our travel guide on where to go and what to do when you celebrate Day of the Dead in Oaxaca City.
I love a good craft cocktail, especially when it includes mezcal, tequila, and/or fresh fruits. After our last visit in Tulum, these are my favorite spots.
Tijuana rebranded itself into a more upscale and sustainable tourist destination. Its culinary scene is straight fire, the beer scene is excellent, and there's still an old-school vibe to it all.