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    Budget Beach Resorts in Veracruz, Mexico

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Activities

    Amid coastal Mexico's glut of high-rises and throngs of tourists, a few tucked-away (and affordable) treasures hold tight to their cultural roots. More

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    Chef Alice Waters' Guide to Oaxaca

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    • 3 Restaurants

    The godmother of Slow Food gives T+L a taste of Oaxaca, Mexico. More

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    Chiapas' Rainforests & Ruins

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    • 2 Activities

    How does an adventure outfitter create the next great itinerary in uncharted territory?Go behind the scenes in Chiapas, Mexico, to discover the benefits—and the challenges—of getting there first. More

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    Discovering the Charms of Mexico's Riviera Maya

    • 1 Hotel
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    Although it’s known as a boomtown for luxurious beachfront resorts, this stretch of Mexico’s Caribbean coastline has held onto its authentic charm, thanks to the thriving village of Playa del Carme... More

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    Eating Through Baja Mexico

    • 2 Hotels
    • 9 Restaurants
    • 2 Activities

    Lured by spicy quail, tuna ceviche, and Mexico’s best fish tacos, T+L lights out for E... More

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    Exploring Valle de Bravo

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    Boutique spa hotels and centuries-old churches sit cheek by jowl in this low-key lakeside town. More

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    Family Beach Vacation on the Riviera Maya

    • 4 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 3 Activities

    A quick drive from Cancún, the Yucatán Peninsula’s eastern shore is home to spectacular beaches and the world’s second-longest coral reef. A hideout for hippies and honeymooners, it’s lately become... More

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    Hidden Puerto Morelos, Mexico

    • 2 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 3 Activities

    If you’re looking to escape the crowds of the Riviera Maya, don’t miss Puerto Morelos, just 20 minutes south of Cancún. More

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    Learning Spanish in Guanajuato

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    At a bilingual bootcamp in colonial Guanajuato, Mexico, you can study (and play) in Spanish. More

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    Magical San Miguel de Allende

    • 4 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants
    • 9 Activities

    Since the 1930’s, expatriates have moved to San Miguel de Allende to reinvent their lives. But even as the city changes and grows, its spirit prevails. More

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    Mexico's Riviera Nayarit's Coastline for Couples

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    • 2 Activities

    This 112-mile coastline isn’t just about Sayulita anymore. From San Blas to Punta Mita, new hotels and restaurants have begun to pop up. More

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    Oaxaca at Peace

    • 3 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    With its well-preserved 17th-century architecture, intriguing food (flash-fried grasshoppers, 20-ingredient moles), and thriving crafts markets, Oaxaca has long been a favorite stop on the Mexico t... More

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    Partying in São Paulo

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    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    This South American megalopolis gets more glamorous by the minute—and more accessible. Hop on a nine-hour overnight American flight and escape to summer (literally). Now is when the natives, who fa... More

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    Resort-hopping on Mexico's Riviera Maya

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    Not so long ago, Mexico's Riviera Maya was a sleepy stretch of Caribbean coastline. Now every hotel group wants in on the action. Today, the Riviera Maya is such a success that the hoteliers of Can... More

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    Sipping Your Way Around Tequila, Mexico

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    • 3 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Along Jalisco’s Tequila Trail, more than 146 registered distilleries produce 50 million gallons of the liquor a year. In the volcanic hills of Jalisco, Mexico, a new generation of distillers is foc... More

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