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Consider protecting your Mexico trip with our holiday waiver. Travellers who book a Mexico package are eligible to purchase our holiday waiver, which gives travellers ultimate flexibility and covers all change or cancel penalties, one time, for any reason.
Most Mexico hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your Mexico trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.
Mexico has a rich cultural past and extraordinary natural beauty. Visit the capital, Mexico City, one of the world’s 15 largest metropolitan regions. In the grand National Palace, learn about Mexico’s history from Aztec origins through independence from Spanish conquerors to modern sophistication.
Watch the spectacular Ballet Folklórico de Mexico with colorful traditional costumes. Admire the ornate interior of the Palacio de Bellas Artes during the performance and its majestic domed exterior brightly lit after dark.
Nearby to Mexico City, see the large Pyramids of the Sun and Moon at Teotihuacan, built long before Europeans reached North America. Seek out the other fascinating Mesoamerican pyramids in more than a dozen spots across the nation, including Puebla’s Great Pyramid of Cholula.
The Yucatán Peninsula offers a pleasant mix of historical appreciation and beach fun. Relax completely at Cancún, Cozumel or Playa del Carmen, popular beach getaways in Mexico’s Riviera Maya on the Caribbean Sea. Explore stone structures of ancient Mayan cities at Chichen Itza and the Tulum Ruins. Dive to Kantun-Chi’s natural caverns and Cancún Marine Park’s underwater man-made sculptures.
Find more sandy shores along Mexico’s Pacific Ocean coastline. Huatulco features dozens of beaches and snorkeling above coral reefs. Moving north, visit Acapulco, where La Quebrada’s divers make long leaps into the sea. Puerto Vallarta has beaches and an oceanfront boardwalk leading to restaurants, shops and Old Vallarta. Visit Cabo San Lucas at Baja California Sur’s southern tip for beaches, interesting coastal rock formations and lively nightlife.
Inland attractions include the UNESCO World Heritage site of Oaxaca, a Spanish colonial town, and nearby archaeological site of Monte Albán. In Morelia, marvel at the old pink Aqueduct, extending more than 1 mile (1.8 kilometers) through the modern city.
Across Mexico, enjoy overall warm weather, friendly people, hand-made crafts and delicious cuisine. Purchase silver jewelry and colorful pottery. Dine on gorditas, tostadas, enchiladas and mole, authentic food far tastier than most Mexican restaurants north of the border. Visit this welcoming nation, a close neighbor and good friend of the United States.
A: If you're limiting yourself to the energetic cities of Mexico City or Guadalajara, it might be a good idea to use ride-share services or public transportation. But if your plan is to take the road less traveled in the region of Mexico or elsewhere, you may like to book a rental vehicle in advance. If you're chasing Cheap Car Hire in Mexico, we can steer you in the right direction.
A: Most overseas travellers to Mexico choose to start their adventure at one of these top airports:
A: Most travellers choose hotels when in Mexico. You'll also find apartments, condos and private holiday homes aplenty here, and they're available for booking with Expedia.
A: Convenient flights, welcoming hotels and a great rental car to cruise around in — and that's just the beginning. We also have a huge selection of experiences and adventures. Browse what's on offer and start designing your dream escape.
A: The easiest way to save some dollars is to bundle your bookings with Expedia. Hotels, Flights and Car Rentals can be combined into a personalized package deal — and by doing this, you'll save time too. Keep this in mind before you book.
A: You'll have tons of choices — Helénico Cultural Centre, Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology and Digital Culture Centre are some to start with. These well-known landmarks are located in Mexico City.
If you're visiting Guadalajara, Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education, PALCCO and Applicant Service Centre are definitely well worth seeing.
Or, for something a little different, discover the reason why Museo de la Memoria Histórica Universitaria, Chautla Hacienda and Galerías Serdán are well-liked attractions for travellers visiting Puebla.
it seemed to be an extremely limited restaurant menu when I was there
Royal Solaris was fun, the staff were great especially the entertainment crew Daviny & Fernando and the pool bar waitress Ana. Joaquin over at the buffet treated my wife and I with great hospitality. We didn't like the aggressive time share people, especially since we were there to have a relaxing ...
Loved it all except the toilets backed up a couple of times.
This is a great spot and a great value. Grabbed the Presidential Suite upstairs and it's a great deal. Right next to Revolucion and a lot of great bars and clubs. Staff is friendly and speak English which is very nice. And the food and breakfast was very good. Will be staying here next time I'm in ...
We love FACC because not only is it a beautiful hotel but the employees treat us like family!
We went to Xcaret for our anniversary and had a great time.
Fantastic room on the crown level. Very spacious and comfortable
Everything was pretty amazing. My family and I we're very pleased. We would definitely go back! Keep up the good work!