All Inclusive Holidays Mexico
Mexico is an exciting nation that boasts exotic desert landscapes combined with lush rainforests and snow-capped volcanoes. Nature lovers will really be in their element here, while Mexico’s cities are extremely colourful and are packed with tourist attractions and amenities for visitors to make use of. Booking an all-inclusive holiday to Mexico is the perfect way to explore this vibrant nation in comfort and style. In addition to visiting many of Mexico’s vibrant cities and areas of intense natural beauty, visitors will have plenty of opportunities to uncover the unique culture, culinary dishes and music that really make Mexico stand out as an exciting destination.
Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world and this makes a good base to use while exploring the country. Mexico City is famous for its interesting and informative museums as well as pretty parks and canals. Zócalo is the historic centre of Mexico City and several former Aztec palaces can be found here, while Zona Rosa is the city’s main nightlife district and features numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
The coastal city of Cancun is famous for its golden sandy beaches and deep blue sea. This is the perfect place to unwind for a while and spend a few days soaking up the sun as well as taking part in aquatic pursuits such as scuba diving, swimming and sailing.
Guadalajara is the second largest city in Mexico and this modern metropolis boasts rich culture combined with historic architecture. Among the many highlights here are the Instituto Cultural de Cabañas and the magnificent twin-towered cathedral, while is also the birthplace of the Mexican Hat Dance, mariachi music, tequila and rodeos.
The resort town of Acapulco features picturesque white sandy beaches and can be found on the west coast of Mexico. Scuba divers travel here from all over the world for the chance to explore the area’s unique Underwater Shrine, while Acapulco is also home to cliff divers of La Quebrada and the enchanting beach of Pie de la Cuesta, which is situated just five miles northwest of Acapulco’s city centre.
Lovers of history and culture will want to take a trip to explore the country’s ancient Mayan ruins. The charming colonial town of San Cristóbal de las Casas is nestled in the Valle de Jovel and is surrounded by stunning countryside scattered with classic Mayan villages that are just waiting to be explored by visitors who have a strong sense of adventure.
Mexico City is one of the main entry points to Mexico and visitors can take a direct flight to Benito Juárez International Airport, which is located in the eastern section of the city. The journey takes around twelve hours from London Heathrow Airport and several daily flights are available. Alternatively, people travelling to Mexico can catch a flight from London Gatwick Airport to Cancun. British Airways as well as several other prominent airlines provide flights from London Gatwick Airport to the city’s international airport and the flight takes approximately eight and a half hours to complete.