Visit Unesco’s World Heritage Sites of Mexico
Written by Valentina Romano
Mexico is usually known to be amongst the most favorite holiday destinations of tourists, who would go there to enjoy the warmth of the sun and the crystal clear waters of the ocean.
However, this incredible country doesn’t just have the most wonderful beach towns to go visit, but it can be said to be an actual treasure box for some of the world’s most stunning cultural sites.
As a matter of fact the UNESCO has declared that Mexico has in total 32 sites, among which 5 are natural and 27 are historical.
Since we recently talked about the stunning Italian cultural sites, we figured it is now time to show our readers the beautiful historical ‘tresures’ of another state.
The Mexican heritage spots are mainly along the coast, due to the Mayan civilization that built its cities there. However, there are few sites that are located in the heart of the country too.
Among the most famous sites of Mexico, there are the Historic Center of Mexico City (cultural), Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (natural), and the Pre-Hispanic City of El Tajin (cultural).
Obviously these are only three of the many wonderful Unesco sites that Mexico has, so enjoy the pictures below!
UNESCO SITES OF MEXICO