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Zoologico Guadalajara

Zoologico Guadalajara, Guadalajara How often do you find a great zoo where the scenery is as exotic as the animals? This mountainside zoo has more than 2,000 animals from nearly 400 species. The reptile section is one of the world's finest, and the aviary is not to be missed. For the kids, there is a great petting zoo and, for the whole family, a sightseeing train that will give you a quick tour of this vast park. This is truly worth a full day's trip!

Gran Plaza o Macroplaza

Gran Plaza o Macroplaza, Monterrey This is a plaza like none other, one of the largest in the world! You'll find 40 acres of esplanades, fountains and gardens surrounded by the main public and historic buildings of the city. The main hotel area is located near the Macroplaza. Its second level underground has restaurants and brand name shops. Some of the buildings which surround the playa are the Government Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Capilla de los Dulces Nombres (Chapel of the Sweet Names) and the Faro de Comercio.

Bosque de la Ciudad Mazatlan

Bosque de la Ciudad Mazatlan Do not miss a Sunday outing to this 29-acre park in the center of the city. The afternoon comes alive with free concerts from mariachi bands and great entertainment for the kids!

Magico Mundo Marino, Acapulco

Magico Mundo Marino, Acapulco This aquarium in Acapulco includes activities for a full day of family fun. You will find various water sports, water slides dipping into the sea, exotic tropical trained birds, a souvenir shop, a projection room, a marine museum, a casual dining restaurant with a panoramic view of Caleta and Caletilla beaches and La Roqueta Island, a seal show and a diving show. If you have time remaining, take a dive into the freshwater and saltwater swimming pools. Family entertainment.

El Zocalo, Acapulco

El Zocalo, Acapulco Enjoy this wonderfully tree-shaded central plaza, filled with the fragrance of tropical plants. Do your crafts shopping, then enjoy fantastic free music and dance performances on Sunday afternoon!

Los Arcos Amphitheater - Aquiles Serdan Theater Puerto Vallarta

Los Arcos Amphitheater - Aquiles Serdan Theater Puerto Vallarta The four stone arches for which the city is known frame a beautiful sunset. Best if you stick around to enjoy great local performers of any type in free concerts.

Angela Peralta Theater Mazatlan

Angela Peralta Theater Mazatlan Where else outside Europe can you find an opera house more than two centuries old that is still in operation? This is a must-see!

Templo Expiatorio, Guadalajara

Templo Expiatorio, Guadalajara This "Expiatory Temple" is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. Construction began in 1897, it was opened to the public in 1931. The imposing Italian neo-gothic façade is made of stone and just as in the Middle Ages, no cement or iron was used in its construction. While on tour, you might also visit the nearby Biblioteca Iberoamericana or the Universidad de Guadalajara. Adults.

Castillo de Chapultepec, Mexico City

Castillo de Chapultepec, Mexico City The Castillo de Chapultepec was built between 1780 and 1790, constructed on top of an Aztec fortress with panoramic views of the city. You’ll want to stroll through the gardens surrounding the palace designed by Empress Carlota during the French occupation. The palace once served as the Colegio Militar (Military Academy) and was also the official presidential residence until 1939, when President Cardenas converted the palace into the Museo Nacional de Historia. Restoration efforts have significantly enhanced the construction as well as the design of the interior.

Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City

Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City Opened in 1968, this museum is one of a kind. A gigantic statue of the water god Tlaloc, weighing approximately 200 tons, is poised near the entrance. Archaeological finds are exhibited throughout 11 halls depicting the different American cultures that flourished in the region. Learn about civilizations such as the Golfo, Teotihuacan, Maya and Toltec dating from prehistoric time right up to the present day. Be sure to visit the museum cafeteria, where you'll find living history in the form of local musicians performing with replicas of prehistoric instruments!

Papalote Museo del Nino, Mexico City

Papalote Museo del Nino, Mexico City This is a must-see if you’re traveling with children, "The Kite" Museum (in the Nahuatl language, “butterfly”) is an ideal place to visit. Opened in 1993, the museum offers a hands-on interactive ultra-modern experience, including an IMAX theatre. It is divided into five major sections dedicated to discovering the Human Body, Communications, Our World, Expressions and Con-Ciencia. Family fun.

Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Monterrey

Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Monterrey This arts-rich city finds its center with this world-famous museum. Designed by Ricardo Legorreta in 1990, the building's entrance is graced by the La Paloma (The Dove) sculpture by the renowned Juan Soriana. Eleven exhibit halls on two floors present a bounty of Latin American art of the contemporary age. See the leading edge of Mexican art here!

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