Restaurant La Choza
Hearty, authentic dishes, such as shrimp chiles rellenos and chicken in a mole poblano sauce, keep locals and visitors flocking to this popular restaurant near San Miguel’s central square. The salsa that arrives at each table is nothing short of addictive.
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Through interactive exhibits, cultural performances, and scale models of the country’s most recognizable landmarks—from monasteries to Mayan pyramids—this theme park provides an intriguing overview of the Mexican Republic. Visitors can also sign up for the daily tequila seminar, in which varieties from blanco (white) to añejo (aged) are paired with salsas.
Although modest in comparison to the mainland’s Uxmal or Chichen Itza, these ruins are still a worthwhile sight. The stone structures were occupied by the Maya for more than 1,300 years and served as a place of worship for the fertility goddess Ixchel.
In a country famous for its silver, the most celebrated craftsmanship can be found in the town of Taxco, near Mexico City. One of Taxco’s most famous design houses, Los Castillos, creates the majority of the products at this shop—earrings, anklets, serving platters, and more.
Be sure to visit our Shore Excursions page or speak with our onboard Destination Concierge for arrangements to any of these must-sees.
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