Holiday & Travel Guide For Mexico City

Holiday & Travel Guide For Mexico City

Mexico City is an amazing city to visit and one of the largest in the world, full of beautiful sights and sounds. In this bustling city, you won’t lack a place to explore, with amazing historic sites and famous landmarks. Visit the city square which is the second largest in the world next to Moscow Red Square, where many festivals are held throughout the year. The magnificent National Cathedral stands just outside the city, but like many historic sites in Mexico that sink to the ground. The National Anthropology Museum is a fun day for families, there is so much to see, from Aztec relics to Mesoamerican artifacts, you will need a full day to see it all. Ride the God City Pyramid, then after a few tiring days exploring extraordinary sites, take a relaxing yet colorful boat down the canal between the Hanging Gardens. With bright colors and exotic flowers, they are a must-see for flower lovers, who can also buy some along the way.

Eat

Eat enough experience in Mexico, the most popular food is tacos or tortillas filled with spicy fish, meat or vegetables. The most delicious food is found in street vendors; If you want something a little more international, you will find a variety of dishes served in larger restaurants. Not forgetting people on a family budget, there are a number of places where fast food can be bought but do as the locals do and have Tortillas: experience the taste of Mexico.

Beach

Mexico City does not have a beach, but you can travel to Acapulco with its beautiful beaches like Condesa Beach, located in a bay with white sand and clear water. There are many water sports available, from Diving in the Deep Sea to Jet Skiing, or you can ride horses along …

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Holiday & Travel Guide For Porto Santo, Portugal

Holiday & Travel Guide For Porto Santo, Portugal

Beach

Porto Santo is one of the small islands in the Azores of Madeira and has more than 5 miles of beautiful soft golden sand. The beach is the destination most people come to Port Santo. There are many water sports available in warm waters such as scuba diving, snorkeling, paragliding, and Jet skiing. The beach is ideal for families and with a long stretch of beach, there is always plenty of room for children to play safely, under your supervision while you are sunbathing or relaxing in the many sun loungers provided. The weather is around 25 degrees during the months of June to September with the rest of the year still warm enough to relax on the beach. Close by are all the amenities you require like toilets and food outlets.

Sightseeing

Porto Santo is more known for its fabulous beaches than it’s historic value and there isn’t a great deal of sightseeing, but there are some wonderful walking or horse riding trails around the island. There are plenty of bikes to hire for a tour around this idyllic place and it is best seen at a slow pace so you can take in the lovely scenery. There are a few peaks to climb but mostly the land is flat and lush green. Unfortunately, there are no rolling green meadows and lush botanical gardens to visit or an abundance of architecture, but the town area is very pleasant with cobbled streets and lovely whitewashed buildings. You can visit Christopher Columbus’s house if you can manage to drag yourself away from the beach or you could venture into one of the other villages around the island. The island does have an excellent golf course with magnificent views across to Madeira. There is a ferry ride that takes approximately 2 …

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