T+L's 2022 Destination of the Year: Mexico

This past year, as we began taking our first steps back into the world, many of us sought destinations with a relaxed atmosphere, wide-open spaces, and plenty of sunlight. No place filled the bill quite like Mexico — but there's more to the country than breathtaking beaches and exclusive resorts. Here, we celebrate its regional nuances and less-explored pockets, the beguiling cultures, crafts, and cuisines that make it so deserving of our annual award. Whether it's your first trip across the border or your 15th, what are you waiting for?

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Left: Customers eat at a food stand at the Mercado San Juan de Dios. | Credit: HECTOR GUERRERO / BLOOMBERG / GETTY IMAGES
Right: The Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas has two miles of private beach lining the Sea of Cortés. | Credit: Skye Parrott