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museum of death in AguasCalientes Mexico

Mexico’s Museum of Death in Aguascalientes

In a part of central Mexico that doesn’t get many tourists, the Museum of Death is cool enough to warrant a side trip. You don’t have to spend much time in central Mexico to realize this country has a strange relationship
Teotiihuacan travel story woman

New Narrative Travel Stories From Four Continents

Sometimes when we put out a new issue of Perceptive Travel, which I founded in 2006, we end up with some geographic clusters, but in the August issue we’re really bopping around the world. We’ve got great long-form travel stories from
Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca City Mexico

One of Mexico’s Greatest Festivals: Guelaguetza in Oaxaca

The city of Oaxaca in Mexico is a treasure known for terrific food, a gorgeous colonial center, and the best handicrafts selection. In a country like Mexico where all three are abundant, that’s really saying something. It’s the capital of a
Pueblo Magico Cuetzalan in Mexico, north of Puebla City

11 of the Best Magic Towns in Mexico (Pueblos Magicos)

Mexico launched its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) program back in 2001 to recognize special places that “offer visitors a ‘magical’ experience—by reason of their natural beauty, cultural riches, or historical relevance.” Ten destinations were in the original round, including some of
village on the Uyuni Salt Flat of Bolivia

It’s Not Hard to Escape the Travel Crowds

It’s nothing new to read articles complaining how overrun some places have become (like Ankor Wat and Machu Picchu, for instance). In this age of overtourism, where whole cities like Amsterdam and Venice are getting fed up, travelers often then make