How does Mexico sound for your next vacation? Thanks to home exchange, nowhere is too far or too expensive! You can also save one third of your holiday budget.
Discover the ruins of Maya while experiencing rich Mexican traditions, take a trip to one of the numberous idyllic beaches, or enjoy the view from the top of a volcano. Home exchange can make your holiday even more enjoyable, and why not in Mexico? There are plenty of authentic things to do and see, a whole new adventure awaits…
Experience the unique Mexican culture!
The Mayan ruins will surprise you with their splendor. With over 30 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this destination is ideal if you’re interested in learning more about ancient cultures.
The Yucatan peninsula in the south of the country is known to have been one of the main areas which was occupied by the Maya. The city of Chichén Itzá, the most important archaeological site in the region, is a must-see and the Kukulcán pyramid was named as one of the seven new wonders of the world. The particularity of the climate of the region is to favor the presence of cenotes, which are natural wells. Why not treat yourself to a trip around Mexico and explore some of the most beautiful parts of the country and discover the ruins of the Mayan culture.
Mexico’s charm is present in each of its towns, whether small or large. If you know a bit about Mexico, you’re probably familiar with Cancun and Acapulco, but did you know the “Pueblo Mágicos“? The Mexican Ministry of Tourism launched this concept of “magic cities” several years ago in order to highlight the cultural, artistic and human wealth throughout the country. More than one hundred villages proudly display this magical city title, deemed magical because of the experience that each city offers. For example, Izamal in Yucatan is nicknamed the “Yellow City” because the majority of its buildings are painted the color of the sun!
Where to stay in Yucatan?
Paty’s home in Tulum, near Yucatan, has everything you need to make you dream: an amazing swimming pool and a beautiful terrace which is the perfect place to sit and enjoy breakfast in the sun. “The villa is surrounded by peace and quiet, and also located close to the beaches of Tulum, the Maya ruins and many cenotes”.
The Mexican adventure awaits!
Besides the Maya temples or the sandy beaches, going to Mexico is also an opportunity to re-discover your love of hiking in the magnificent mountainous landscapes. The summit of the Citlaltepetl, also known as Pico de Orizaba, is the highest peak in the locality with a height of 5.670 m. Located to the east of Mexico city, this volcano is best appreciated during the Christmas period.
The Popocatepetl is also worth a visit. This active volcano is the second highest point in the country and has become a must see for hiking enthusiasts.
Where to stay in Mexico?
In Angelica’s apartment in Oaxaca, you can enjoy the tranquility of the neighbourhood. Located near the sea and the beautiful sandy beaches of Huatulco, you are sure to live in comfort in this home in Mexico.