THE LARGEST CITY in North America, Mexico
City attracts sophisticated travelers with its fine
dining, lively nightlife scene, world-class shopping
and museums that cover its long and diverse history, from ancient civilizations through pre-Hispanic
cultures to contemporary times. The fast-paced and
elegant city is also home to one of the world’s largest
urban parks, Chapultepec Park, a pocket of green
with museums and ancient ruins, botanical gardens
and lakes. Approximately 25 minutes outside the
city are the pyramids and Avenue of the Dead of
GETTING THERE: Mexico City International Airport
(MEX), also called Benito Juárez International Airport
• More than 26 million arrivals annually • Hundreds of
direct flights weekly from the U.S.
Easy access, great value for the money and a top-notch
reputation for fun and romance make Mexico’s famed vacation destinations irresistible to couples looking to tie the
knot or escape for a romantic interlude.
Mexico’s colorful culture adds an exotic element to destination weddings around the country, and with so many options, qualifying interests is key for directing clients to the
perfect match. Whether clients are looking for barefoot on
the beach or black tie in a ballroom, resorts make it easy
for them to say “I do” with onsite wedding planners and
inclusive packages that range from simple to extravagant.
For something a little different, haciendas, colonial chapels,
wineries and other special events venues set the scene for
the start of a beautiful relationship.
The options are equally plentiful for honeymooners and
others seeking a romantic vacation, however they define
romance…sultry days and nights on the beach, a tête-à-tête
in a colonial courtyard, sophisticated dining at world-class
restaurants, dancing the night away…. Add in a rose-strewn bed and a bottle of bubbly—often complimentary
from first-class resorts—and it’s a match made in heaven.
For more information about weddings and romantic
travel in Mexico, go to www.visitmexico.com or contact
Carmen Laborin, the romance director of the Mexico
Tourism Board, at email@example.com.
• Merida Cancun
Riviera Maya •
EASY PROXIMITY to the East Coast and Midwest, a stellar resort
infrastructure with hundreds of hotels and resorts lining white sand
beaches, and a reputation for first-class nightlife and dining draw more
couples to Cancun and Riviera Maya than any other Mexican destination. There’s plenty to do for couples who choose to venture out, from
snorkeling and sightseeing boating trips to beachside horseback riding
to exploring the mysterious cenotes (underground fresh water sinkholes ). Easy day trips include Mayan ruins at Tulum and Chichen Itza
or popping over to Cozumel or Isla Mujeres for a change of scenery.
GETTING THERE: Cancun International Airport (CUN) • Voted Best
Airport in Latin America & The Caribbean in the 2009 ACI Awards •
Easily accessible from almost every major city in the world