Things to do in Mexico

One of the most exciting things to do in Mexico is visit Chichén Itzá, a pre-Columbian city located in the Yucatan. The ruins used to make up one of the largest Mayan cities and have since become a World Heritage Site. The site’s Temple of Kukulkan has 365 steps that each represents a day of the year.

The country’s capital is home to the National Palace, a structure that serves as a government building. The baroque façade is hard to miss. Step inside, and you’ll find courtyards, fountains and even one of Diego Rivera’s murals.

History buffs wondering what to do in Mexico should head to Teotihuacan where the Pyramid of the Sun rests. The pyramid is the third largest in the world. Built by hand, the famed pyramid is one of the world’s greatest mysteries. The structure reaches 200 feet and is built over a cave that is over 100 yards long and features four chambers.

The Guadalajara Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral built in Renaissance style. Originally built in 1568, the cathedral has endured considerable damage over the years and is in a constant state of reconstruction. The cathedral features two large towers which dominate the city’s skyline.

As of February 2014, you’ll be able to swim with a school of giant bluefin tuna offshore.

A 20-foot-high natural marine geyser.

Shop for handicrafts from San Miguel de Allende at this colorful spot.

The 11th-century walled city's 15 pyramids are illuminated in shades of red, blue, and amber for 45-minute nighttime tours.

Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX), otherwise known as Mexico City Airport, is located about three miles east of the city center. The airport is serviced by 31 domestic and international airlines and provides flights to more than 100 destinations across the globe.

For vintage Luis Barragán chairs and other Modernist Mexican furniture.

The newest addition to the Condesa District, this oval-shaped club pumps techno beats into the wee hours.