Valle de Bravo combines historic charm with adventure tourism.
"The hardest thing is the fear."
Corzo sure gets skipped by plenty of eager beavers heading to Sumidero, but is it worth a second glance?
If you ever find yourself passing through central Mexico, the small village of Chignahuapan makes for a surprisingly pleasant side trip.
We all love the Palenque ruins, but what about the modern Mexican city of the same name?
Mexico's San Cristobal de las Casas has hippies, overpriced beers and buildings that spontaneously explode.
In the far north of Puebla state, Zacatlan offers visitors some epic cider, weird rocks and a big funky clock. What more can you want in life?
My quest to visit all of Mexico's magic towns has led me to Cholula, the site of what is widely considered the world's largest pyramid.
Are Mexico's Magic Towns shit hot or shitholes? Let's find out!