Southeast of Mexico: A place to walk with your grandfather
An incredible journey
To learn and discover more about Mexico
Nothing compares to getting to know other places and people, walking through different streets and discovering new cultures and traditions. These are just some of the incredible sensations that we feel while traveling. Now, imagine sharing them with someone whom you surely admire and respect. That person who gave you permission while your parents told you not to, and who was your adventure companion while you were little. We are talking about your grandfather.
It’s time to plan a trip with your grandfather. He has many stories and surely has traveled more than you, so invite him to your trip, he will make you enjoy even more discovering Mexico. Keep reading to see some ideal destinations for this adventure.
Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo
This beautiful island offers a relaxing experience through its small streets and wonderful sunsets. Walk along its boardwalk and admire its beautiful murals, a fascinating way to enjoy an afternoon in this paradise of the Mexican Caribbean. Visit Playa Norte and Punta Sur, an adventure where you will discover beaches with crystal clear waters and cliffs with spectacular views.
Walk in its central park and eat a coconut ice cream: the best remedy for city stress. Here, you and your grandfather will be able to tour its beautiful streets and colonial buildings while discovering the history of this heroic city. Its beautiful Cathedral of San Servacio and its former Convent of San Bernardino are the perfect places to discover the incredible architecture and details that have made this Pueblo Magico, one of the most beautiful in Mexico.
Considered a World Heritage Site for its incredible historical and architectural wealth, Campeche is a beautiful city to enjoy walking. Its amazing central park with a beautiful kiosk is the meeting point to enjoy the beautiful Cathedral of Our Lady of the Purísima Concepción. In the surrounding streets, you can find various buildings such as; The Cultural Center No.6, the Library of Campeche and the boardwalk.
This small Pueblo Magico of Yucatan stands out for its characteristic yellow color, which covers all the streets of the center as well as the small houses and the famous Ex-Convent of San Antonio De Padua. It is known as the City of Three Cultures, for the great historical wealth of three periods: Prehispanic, Colonial, and Modern, which can be found throughout the city. An unforgettable visit during your visit to Izamal is the ex- convent’s atrium as it is the second largest in the world.
Isla Holbox, Quintana Roo
Streets of sand, miles of crystalline beaches and countless natural places to be visited await you on your visit to this natural treasure of Quintana Roo. Here, you can taste the Caribbean flavor of Quintana Roo cuisine and enjoy interesting talks with its inhabitants. This site is for you to enjoy, so sit on the sand to watch the sunsets and sunrises from your favorite beach.
So prepare your things and invite your grandfather to live these trips together. Remember that in this adventure, walking slowly will be the best way to enjoy every corner of these beautiful places.
Tell us, have you traveled with your grandfather? Share your experience in the comments