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10 Small Towns in Mexico That Are Worth Visiting Over Tourist Cities

10 Small Towns in Mexico That Are Worth Visiting Over Tourist Cities

When you think of visiting Mexico, you probably envision the crowds of people flocking to the country’s beautiful beaches and bustling cities. But did you know that there are small towns in Mexico that are quiet, peaceful and absolutely stunning? In fact, these small towns are so charming and fascinating that you may even forget about the crowds altogether! Check out these 10 small towns in Mexico that are worth visiting over tourist cities… who knows, maybe you’ll fall in love with one of them!

1) Alpuyeca, Nayarit
Alpuyeca is a small town of just over 3,000 people located on the coast of Nayarit. The town offers three kilometers of beautiful beaches, as well as a good selection of resorts and hotels for those who want to stay close to home.

2) Ciudad Mendoza, Jalisco
Ciudad Mendoza is a small, yet beautiful town located just an hour away from Guadalajara and Lake Chapala. Ciudad Mendoza was founded on July 25, 1530 by the viceroy of New Spain, Antonio de Mendoza, who named it after himself.

3) Taxco, Guerrero
Taxco, Guerrero is a small town near the city of Iguala, which has historically been one of the most important silver mining centers in all of Mexico. Taxco is also renowned for its traditional handicrafts made from leather and wood. It’s easily accessible by bus or car and it’s not too expensive to stay overnight at one of their many cheap hotels. Palenque, Chiapas: When you think about Chiapas, you probably think about some of the more well-known tourist destinations like Palenque or San Cristobal de las Casas.

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4) San Blas, Nayarit
San Blas is a small town on the coast of Nayarit, around 4 hours from Puerto Vallarta. It’s a great destination for beach lovers looking to escape the crowds and enjoy a secluded, relaxing vacation. The area has lots of beaches, many with crystal-clear water perfect for snorkeling. There are also plenty of beautiful hikes nearby for adventurers.

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5) Puebla
Puebla is a beautiful small town that is worth visiting. Puebla was the first city to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and continues to be recognized for its colonial architecture, traditional culture and cuisine. It’s also known for its colorful festivals, including Día de los Muertos celebrations.

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6) Guanajuato
Guanajuato is a small town with a population of less than 300,000 people. It has all the charm of the quaint and historic towns you read about in history books; however, it is more accessible to tourists than most other small towns in Mexico. Guanajuato’s old town is full of colonial buildings, cobblestone streets and charming plazas. The best way to explore the city is on foot or by horse-drawn carriage.

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7) Zacatecas
Zacatecas is a city in the state of Zacatecas, which is located northwest of Mexico City. The city is famous for being the birthplace of Mexican hero Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, who led the country’s first revolt for independence from Spain on September 16th, 1810. It also has a rich mining history and was one of the major silver-producing regions of colonial New Spain.

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8) Tulum, Quintana Roo
The small town of Tulum is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Mexico. This beach town has been attracting travelers for decades, but it is not the only place worth visiting. Here are 10 small towns that are worth a visit over Tulum :
1) Santa Teresa-Hidalgo;
2) El Lago de Chapala;
3) Chiapa de Corzo;
4) San Miguel Regla
5) San Cristobal-Chiapas
6) Talpa, Veracruz
7) Patzcuaro
8) Valle Nacional
9) Querétaro
10) Mazatlán

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9) Chihuahua City, Chihuahua
Chihuahua City, Chihuahua is a small town and capital of the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. The city is very close to the United States border, so it’s easy to get there from Texas or New Mexico. It’s one of the safest cities in the country and offers some great weather most of the year with an average high of about 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit). There are a lot of historical sites to see such as churches that date back over 500 years.

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10) Tequila, Jalisco
Tequila is a very small town that has a lot to offer. The main attractions are the House of Maguey and the Tequila Museum where you can learn about how tequila is made, what it’s used for, and the history behind it. There are also some great restaurants here that serve up traditional Mexican cuisine.
The town is a little off the beaten path but still worth visiting if you want to experience something different than all the touristy cities.

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