Greater Mexico City has almost 22 million residents, the largest urban park in Latin America, approximately 170 museums, and a food scene as diverse and captivating as its terroir. NUVO has rounded up the best places to sleep, eat, and explore.
Renovations to Hacienda Mirandillas may be far from complete, but the place is teeming with a tradition of perseverance, palpable to all those who stop by for a cup of coffee and several generations-worth of stories.
Mexico is a beloved vacation destination for many reasons, not the least of which is their white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and vibrant culture. We have rounded up nine of the most magical resorts in Mexico that await your arrival.
In Bacalar, a town on the Yucatán Peninsula declared “magical” by the Mexican government, Casa Hormiga is a holistic retreat focused on recovery through design, cuisine, and ritual.
The artistic hospitality is paralleled, if not exceeded, by the vibrant food scene, which visitors should dive into—mouth first.