Mexico plays host to more than one million foreign visitors a year. It is famous for its culture, traditions, beaches, and delicious food. From night life and world class museums in Mexico City, to world class beaches in Alcapulco and Cancun, Mexico has it all for any type of tourist. Alcapulco became the premier Mexican beach destination for stars and millionares in the 1950's, and is still a popular beach destination today, boasting white sand beaches and bustling night life. The beautiful city of Guanajuato lies in the mountains of the Sierra de Guanajuato, and was founded in 1554. Most of its traffic is served by underground tunnels which makes this a perfect city for pedestrians! While there are Dias des los Muertos festivals all over Mexico, the one in the city of Oaxaca is known world wide! Cozumel is an island off of the Yucatan Peninsula, and is one of the most famous places for scuba diving in the world. Los Cabos is found at the tip of the Baja California peninsula, and is home to world class resorts, restaurants, and bars. It is one of the most popular spring break destinations on earth. In the state of Chiapas, Palenque is home to many breath taking Mayan ruins. Copper Canyon is a network of canyons larger than the Grand Canyon. The Chihuahua al Pacifico railway is a popular way to view the canyon, and the track goes through 86 tunnels, over 37 bridges, and rises to an elevation of over 2,400 meters! Tulum and Chichen Itza are two of the most famous Maya tourist destinations in the world. Tulum is situated on the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula and is known for top luxury resorts as well as its beautiful beaches. Chichen Itza was the largest Maya city in all of the Yucatan and is home to the famous temple-pyramid of El Castillo. Teotihuacan is located just 50 kilometers south of Mexico city and is home to the world famous Pyramid of the Sun...the largest Pyramid in all of Mexico. The Mexican state of Jalisco is home to the cultural metropolis Guadalajara, known for its world class architecture and museums. Jalisco is also boasts the region which all tequila comes from, located in the area surrounding the town of the same name. Visit Mexico for memories that will last a lifetime!