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Mexico City: third largest metropoli in the world, colonial places, shopping malls, museums, Aztec ruins, and Salsa clubs.
Top 10: Zocalo(Cathedral, Aztec ruins, hotels); Chapultepec(Museums, etc.), Coyoacan(colonial, relaxed), Colonia Condesa(cafes, bar, restaurants); Zona Rosa and Reforma(wearing the BIG T); Xochimilco(boat riding); Ciudad Universitaria(University Campus); San Angel(Arts shops, specially every saturday); Tlalpan Town(students); Teotihuacan(pyramids 30min from the city); username
Acapulco: beaches, night life and the famous Quebrada divers.
Palladium, the night club. Guadalajara Tequila factories, trains and museums, Mariachi music plazas, Shopping centers, gardens, museums, cuisine. Oaxaca: Colonial architecture, local handicrafts, ancient ruins, and a famous cuisine. Cancun: Caribbean wonderful beaches, busy nightlife, huge resorts, Coral reefs and Mayan ruins. Puerto Vallarta palm covered mountains, beach sports, huge resorts, dolphins Puebla: beautiful churches, Ceramic Handcrafts, Spicy Cuisine. Baja California: Vizcaino Whale national park, desertic sunsets, touristic sports, markets. Chihuahua: Copper Canyon (4 times larger than USA's Grand Canyon) Patzcuaro: Day of the Death celebration on Nov 2th, Purepecha culture, lake canoes, colonial mansions. San Cristobal de las Casas: lively bars, Tzotzil textiles, Zapatista revolutionaries action figures, Mayan Medicine, horse riding. Real de Catorcesilver mining ghost town, movie locations, peyote Huichol celebrations. Santa Rosalia Industrial Archaeology, French culture, baguettes. Cuernavaca The city with the best weather of the country. Well-known as the capital of Spanish (and the most important city for Spanish learners, after Madrid). Full of friendly people and colonial places such as 'Corte's Palace'

Edited bymau on 14.10.2005 angeldelalocura on 30.09.2005 goyoman on 07.01.2005

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