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You can catch non-stop flights to Mexico from all over the US including Acapulco, Cancun, Cozumel, Mexico City, Tijuana, Puerto Vallarta and more. Mexicana and Aeromexico, along with all other major American airlines will get you to your vacation destination in no time.
Keep in mind that flights to Mexico are usually higher at Christmastime, New Year’s and in July and August. Weekend flights are also more expensive than weekday flights. Book your flights to Mexico at least 3-4 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
A flight to Mexico from New York takes 5 hours.
What’s waiting for you in Mexico? Jungles, deserts, beaches, rural pueblos, expansive cities, colonial trails and ancient ruins… there’s only one thing that’s for sure, Mexico will certainly live up to your expectations. Dig into a real taco, snorkel all day long and climb a thousand-year-old pyramid. Are you ready?
Chichén Itzá: Chichén Itzá is the most famous and the best of the restored Yucatán Maya sites in Mexico. That being said, it can get really crowded here during peak season. Arrive early in the day to get ahead of the crowds.
Frida Kahlo Museum: If you’re exploring Mexico City, make sure you stop by this museum to pay homage to Mexico’s leading lady: Frida Kahlo. The museum is housed in the “Blue House” where Frida was born and eventually died. The house is littered with her personal belongings; it’s a treasure.
Playa Zicatela: Need a good beach recommendation? Try Playa Zicatela in Puerto Escondido. This is a great place to surf, especially at the northern end of the beach. Swimmers, beware of the undertow!
Visit www.visitmexico.com for more info.
Hotels in Mexico come in all shapes and sizes. You can rent a hammock for the night if you’re on a super-tight budget or splash out at a super-luxurious resort if you want to treat yourself. During peak season, it’s essential to book your hotel rooms in advance.