aside Today… we’d be in Mexico (III)

To end this tour of the Aztec nation, today we bring you two colonial cities must-see, and a list of the best hotels to stay.

You want to know more? Ahead! Read our last post dedicated to Mexico.

We started by Guanajuato, a fantasy setting, situated on the slopes of a mountain, this city named ‘complicated’ is located. Its exquisite architecture, historic monuments and the peculiar layout of its urbanization, made to be declared in 1988, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.


San Miguel de Allende, a city that has managed to preserve its colonial grandeur, traditions, the intimate atmosphere of the province at the same time has developed a modern infrastructure offering all the amenities for tourists and residents.


We spent the hotels to rest and recuperate in this wonderful getaway proposal from Reps in Mexico City we recommend the Hotel Plaza Florencia, located only 350 m. Paseo de la Reforma, has 2 restaurants and all the amenities you want in the room.

In Acapulco, the Emporio Acapulco Hotel, situated in the heart of the bay, near the craft markets and areas of restaurants and bars that the city offers, the property’s pool and a large area for children.

The NH Krystal Puerto Vallarta, is our chosen to spend a few days relaxing on its beautiful beaches, the hotel hotel is located near the traditional craft market, and offers all kinds of services and facilities for the use and enjoyment of guests .

And finally, our recommendation for Riviera Maya hotel is the Iberostar Paraiso Maya Resort, close to Paraiso Beach, surrounded by gardens. The establishment has 7 World specialty restaurants, 5 bars, two discos, one for adults and one for children, plus a shopping center, a spa and the possibility of water sports with professionals.

Enjoy It!


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