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Do you could journey? Uncover the proper journey vacation spot on your age

As travel restrictions abate and most travelers want to tour the country.

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June
30, 2021

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors can occur because of this process.

Travel restrictions are starting to come down and 66% of Mexican travelers regret not being able to do tourism in the past year.

The desire to travel knows no age limit and the desire to travel is great in every generation, be it a city trip, a beach vacation, a sustainable trip or a solo trip. In this regard, the travel website Booking conducted a study to identify the best Mexican travel destinations based on the preferences of travelers based on their age.

Baby boomers: San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

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Why are they going to like it?

According to booking research, a third (33%) of baby boomers expressed a desire to travel to a city at the first opportunity. San Miguel de Allende is one of the most touristic Mexican cities in the country for its cultural sights, colonial style, gastronomy and charming evenings. With their churches and viceroy buildings, they are a feast for the eyes for tourists who love to stroll through alleys and watch the art on every corner.

GenX: Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

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Why are they going to like it?

Relaxation and serene destinations will be Generation X favorites, with 4 in 10 (42%) travelers in this group saying a beach vacation will be their priority if it is safe to travel. Surfers, backpackers, and couples will be mesmerized by the ocean waves, marine life, and bohemian atmosphere that permeates the air at night on the beaches of Puerto Escondido. The Mialtepec Lagoon, the Chacahua National Park and the city of Mazunte, whose distinctive character is the dishes prepared with swordfish, are among the things that are worth seeing.

Millennials: Nanciyaga, Veracruz

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Why are they going to like it?

Millennials will seek more sustainable experiences (57%) and Nanciyaga is an example of environmental protection practices as it encourages tourism in the jungle – which is also an ecological reserve – to recognize the importance of green spaces and live with nature without damaging them. Temazcal services and treatments are offered here to reconnect with the interior, or you can spend some time in its spring waters.

Gen-Z: Huasca de Ocampo, Hidalgo

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Why are they going to like it?

This generation has indicated that the feeling of independence while traveling alone is one of their wishes (37%) in the future and it is certain. The first solo trip must be made in the first destination known as the country's Magic Town. The basalt prisms are its big draw and to appreciate them hiking is the best option. But this place is also full of charm and magic as it is said that the place is inhabited by pixies and fairies, you can learn more about these creatures in the museum dedicated to them. Of course, the gastronomy should not be missing in this experience and the musts are the pastes, baked trout and jerky.

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