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Survey rules have always allowed readers to reflect on their travel experiences over a three-year period. We hope that this year's honorees will inspire your own travels as you get back out into the world. Just last year, voters chose Oaxaca as the best city in the world, with San Miguel de Allende taking the No. Hotels were rated on their facilities, location, service, food, and overall value. Properties were classified as city or resort based on their locations and amenities. Mexico City and Oaxaca, which ranked second and third on this year's list, are the stuff of legend.
Both are renowned for their diverse and bountiful food scenes, though CDMX has the cosmopolitan energy and sprawl of a major global capital while Oaxaca still holds on to a languid feel, where tradition is prized and the heritage of the many Indigenous groups in the region is on display.
While the historic architecture is overwhelmingly Spanish, Mayan influences are still alive and well in the city's food, culture, and even dialect. The former fishing village of Zihuatanejo — more accessible than ever, thanks to new infrastructure — landed the fifth-place spot.
Readers sang the praises of its "amazing beaches" and called it "excellent for romance.
Don't miss a walk along the waterfront promenade, or the theater of the early-morning fish market on Playa Principal, where fishermen haul their wooden vessels ashore and gather beneath the palms to hawk the day's catch — just one of the singular experiences that led one reader to declare Zihuatanejo the "most amazing city in the world!
This small colonial city has flourished in recent years.
As the story often goes, its vibrant creative scene drew ever more artists and craftspeople, eventually followed by innovative restaurants, chic hotels, and scores of expats from around the globe. One enthusiastic fan in an all-caps, exclamation-mark-studded rave review called the city "magical" and went on: "Walking down the street with the smell of food being cooked is outstanding, the mystery of what the houses look like behind the doors is intriguing — I love this wonderful place! But that would mean missing out on the way the city reveals itself when you take the time for a few easy, languorous afternoons, as one reader hints: "Even sitting in the central garden park was fascinating with the mariachi bands, the people-watching, and the sights.
WBA Hall of Fame honoree. Score: See all of our readers' favorite hotels, cities, airlines, cruise lines, and more in the World's Best Awards for The Top 5 Cities in Mexico. By Lila Battis September 08, Save Pin FB More. Read on for the full list, plus the scoop on why San Miguel reclaimed its first-place finish. Credit: R.
Credit: Getty Images. A motorcyclist passes by the Casa de Montejo, which dates from and is located on the south side of Plaza Grande in Merida, Mexico. It originally housed soldiers, but was soon converted into a mansion that served members of the Montejo family until the s. Today it houses a bank and museum. Early Morning in Zihuatanejo Bay, Mexico. Credit: Nancy C. All rights reserved. Close this dialog window View image.What are cities in mexico
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