MEXICO CITY HAS SELDOM SEEN the travel press limelight like its North American counterparts of Toronto and Washington, D.C., but

OUR AIR-CONDITIONED MOTOR COACH whisks us off to the edge of the sea by the dramatic El Mirador. This coastal

TUCKED AWAY AT THE DISTANT tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, barely accessible amid a dreamscape of towering rock soaring skyward

ACAPULCO ESTABLISHED ITSELF as Mexico’s first truly glamorous vacation destination in the middle of the 20th century when the first

BY 7 A.M. ON WEEKDAY MORNINGS, most of the 22 million residents in the vast and densely packed Mexico City

Mexico’s second-largest city may have historic roots, but in the 21st century, Guadalajara is quickly carving a role as an

Are there any twin beach communities that twist the tongue as much as Ixtapa (Eeks-TA-pa) and Zihuatanejo (Zee-hwa- ta-NAY-ho) in

Unlike the high-energy scene in nearby Cancún and Playa del Carmen, the nightlife on Cozumel is a bit more laid-back.

With so much to offer, Mexico City should be on every traveler’s bucket list. Featuring multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites,

Like a lucha libre Mexican wrestler who keeps jumping back in the ring, the biggest metropolis in North America by