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Colonial Mérida

Traveling is the best way to rich cultural knowledge. Hence, visit Mérida which is the largest city of Yucatán Peninsula. One can feel the colonial vibes and its reminiscence around the city. This is a great place to indulge in some intellectual musings and explore museums, art galleries, and theaters.

Dazzling coastline on Holidays to Eastern Mexico

Time to unwind and laze around the Eastern Mexico coast, and experience the tranquility around the beautiful coastal region. Enjoy the warmth of the crystal clear Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. 

Feel the hippy vibes around the Playa del Carmel resort. The increase in expats has brought about a cosmopolitan feel to it.

Playa Paraíso is a paradise in a literal sense, with unparalleled beautiful and abundant ecology.  Unwind under the palm trees and experience the tranquility; the rugged cliffs complement the natural surroundings. Catch some sunshine on the hammocks spread across the majestic white sand and the turquoise water. Other interesting activities include archeological sites, and also sporadic yoga classes.

Hop towards Isla Holbox, and explore the undiscovered gem in Quintana Roo state. The place is quite popular among divers. There are whales and sharks underneath the sea. The place is steadily gaining popularity among the traveler community. Discover the virgin beaches and explore the natural surroundings. 

Best time to Visit Eastern Mexico

 December and April are the best time to Visit Eastern Mexico. This is an ideal time for sightseeing around the ancient ruins and the best time to unwind around the beaches.

Interesting Facts about Eastern Mexico

When the Spanish set foot in Mexico, they asked the local the name of the place. The local replied, “Yucatan.” Meaning I don’t understand you. The Spanish believed that the local told the name of the place and starting calling it Yucatan.

Besides Spanish, there are 68 Languages spoken in Mexico.  But there are more people speaking Spanish in Mexico than in Spain.

Pyramids are often associated with Egypt, but Cholula is the largest pyramid in the world.

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