Mexico:-From-the-capital-to-Cabo

1-4,Mexico City

Populated by over 26 million people, Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world. Despite this, its historic centre is eminently walkable. A stroll from the cathedral will soon reveal colonial churches, fascinating museums and well-restored municipal buildings. Look out for the slope: Mexico City was built on a drained lake and as a consequence, many of the city’s oldest buildings have sunk unevenly into the soft soil.

0h48m to La Paz

1h02m to La Paz

5-9,La Paz

Backed by the majestic Mount Illimani, La Paz is the highest capital in the world. Museums all over the city showcase art and artefacts, from ceramic dolls wearing traditional costumes to the work of contemporary Bolivian artists. Festivals throughout the year draw huge crowds like the popular Alasitas in which people buy miniature gifts and offer them in praise to Eleko, the God of Prosperity.

0h48m to La Paz

1h55m to San Jose del Cabo

1h02m to La Paz

10-14,San Jose Del Cabo

Founded as a mission in 1730 by the Spanish, San Jose del Cabo is one of Baja California’s most laid back resorts. Scuba dive at the area’s only hard coral reef or kayak the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. Be sure to take the engaging Thursday art walk that takes you into galleries on Obregón and Hidalgo, Guerrero, Comonfort, and Morelos.