Mexico is one of the best countries in the world to travel with children. The culture is very family oriented, and people will welcome your kids everywhere. There are also many attractions designed with families in mind. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to travel with kids, but there are enough of them, and Mexican destinations can be a lot of fun to explore with kids in tow.
Before you go, here are a few things families traveling with kids to Mexico should keep in mind:
1. Travel documents for children
Everyone in the family must have their travel documents in order. Children need a passport, and in some situations, they will also need to present a letter of consent from one or both parents.
2. Feeding the picky
If you are going to stay in a resort, there is a buffet where the kids can choose and will always find something they like. If you’re hanging around and about, you can keep an eye on this kid-friendly Mexican dish.
3. Choose a hotel for the family
Often beach destinations are the first to come when traveling to Mexico, but this country has a lot more to offer. The nation’s capital may seem like an odd choice for a family vacation, but Mexico City has interesting parks, museums, and sites that will appeal to everyone.
There are also several hotel options there, but the ones recommended above are the best.
Where the cultural events almost every night in the central square are a fun way to end the day: on Fridays you can see recreations of ancient Mayan ball games, other nights have music and dancing. On Sundays, many city streets were closed to car traffic and cyclists took to the streets. You can rent a bike and join in the fun.