Mexican Insurance Guide to Mexico’s Magic Towns, Part 2

In one of our previous Mexican Insurance guides, we talked about Mexico’s magic towns, places with cultural or historical significance that the government felt help preserve the spirit of Mexico. So-called Pueblos Mágicos, these towns are usually isolated from the dynamic tourist resorts and offer a better insight into Mexico’s culture and traditions. In this article, we are going to list five more magic towns you should consider visiting if you want your trip to Mexico to be a truly memorable one.

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The Complete Mexican Insurance Online Guide to Highways and Freeways of Mexico

Traveling to Mexico by your own car has numerous advantages, mainly the fact that you can choose which routes to take. Traveling through Mexico you will find yourself mainly cruising along two types of roads: freeways (called the libre) or highways (autopista).

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Guide to Mexico’s Magic Towns, Part 1: Pueblos Mágicos

While many tourists are drawn to cities teeming with tourists and lush beach resorts, the real spirit of Mexico lies tucked away in the foothills, up on the mountains or along the less-traveled coasts. These wondrous little towns are close enough to major destinations such as Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta or Cancun but echo the rich and wonderful Mexican traditions often forgotten in those major cities. If you are looking to explore a completely different side of Mexico, pack your bags, get your Mexican insurance policy and get ready for an unforgettable trip across Mexico’s Magic Towns.

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