If you are an inveterate traveler, you have probably traveled a great part of the country and know its most popular tourist destinations. However, as almost everything happens, there comes a time when the traveling spirit demands new adventures and unknown places to know and enjoy.
That is why, to face this need to live new things, we want to present you this list of the search engine Travel it with the best 5 emerging destinations in Mexico to meet in 2019.
1. Malinalco, State of Mexico
One of the biggest attractions of Malinalco, are its archaeological treasures, among which the House of the Eagles and Jaguars stand out.
Although it is not one of the favorite destinations for travelers, this charming Magical Town has an incomparable beauty. Its cobbled streets, the mountains that surround it and its incredible vegetation make it an ideal destination to disconnect a couple of days and breathe tranquility.
2. Bay of Banderas, Nayarit
Considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Bay of Banderas, located on the Riviera de Nayarit, is the largest coastal strip in the world.
It is composed of about 45 kilometers of shared beach between the States of Jalisco and Nayarit. So if you are looking for a beach destination that is different, any of the beaches of Bahías is an excellent alternative.
But if you are one of those who do not decide between the beautiful town and a large stretch of beaches, Mazatlan combines perfectly the two things. This destination combines sun, beach and an architectural richness like none in its historic center. Besides that, its climate, its people, its nightlife and its gastronomyare attractions that you will not want to miss.
Getting there is as easy as taking a flight to Mazatlan and ready.
4. Homún, Yucatán
Homún is a great alternative if you visit the State of Yucatán. This picturesque town is surrounded by a beautiful variety of cenotes , a historic center that is worth knowing and several grottos composed of caves ideal for walking.
In addition to that, it has a large repertoire of celebrations throughout the year that make it an ideal destination for lovers of cultural celebrations and nature.
5. Tlaquepaque, Jalisco
Tlaquepaque is a manufacturing town that attracts visitors for its beautiful elaborations and crafts in glass, pottery, clay, leather and wood. The quality of its products is so good that many consider it a gallery town.
In addition, the elegance of its streets, its restaurants and its gardens give it a modern and contemporary look, ideal for those who want to experience the provincial folklore with a touch of modernity, and for those who love shopping for rustic and handcrafted items.
To get there you only need to take a bus from Guadalajara, and in just 30 minutes you will have arrived.
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