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10 most fun area to stay in mexico for young adults

Mexico itself is a cheap and vibrant country that young people would like to visit to have fun. Mexico is also a great option for young adults because every type of them will find something interesting in this country: from the crazy beach towns to the cozy colonial cities with rich nightlife. 

1. Playa del Carmen

The picturesque resort town of Playa del Carmen situated along the Riviera Maya is a party haven famous among the young adults of the twenty-something to thirty-something age group. The beaches are picturesque and with beach clubs that entertain with electronic music during the day. During the evening, there is the part of bars, nightclubs, and Restaurants located around the Quinta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) pedestrian street. It is the best place to interact with other youths who are on the same vacation or traveling to visit other destinations while enjoying a drink and dancing.

2. Tulum

Further south of Playa del Carmen is Tulum; the area is famous for its picturesque beaches perfect for photography, underground aquatic caves, and cliff-top ruins of a Mayan walled city facing the sea. This trendy eatery also has a boho-chic vibe and is well-liked by very health-conscious individuals who are into wellness. In between practicing yoga on the beach, swimming in the awe-inspiring cenotes, and exploring the Tulum ruins, do not sleep on the newly hip cafes and the parties directly on the shore at night. The laid-back, new-age atmosphere draws in the youthful age bracket of 20 and 30-year-olds from around the world.

3. Mexico City

Mexico City is enjoying rising popularity with millennials, artists and students, and other budget travelers. Mexico City today is packed with cool and trendy museums, bars and restaurants, sophisticated shopping malls, and a staggering number of nightclubs, clubs, and other entertainment venues for any youth. Visit what are today’s hip districts of Roma, Condesa, and Polanco during the day and go out to Zona Rosa to explore its bars and clubs at night.

4. Sayulita

If you’re seeking more of a laid-back, hippie-influenced experience then Sayulita, a small surfing town along the coast of the Pacific Ocean is your best bet. It is not as crowded and does not have the same party vibe as places like Cancun, so it is perfect for people in their early mid-twenties to mid-thirties and who just want to relax. When the constant swimming, sunbathing, or performing complicated yoga postures starts to bore you, do not forget about the fantastic murals painted on the walls of the picturesque cobblestone alleys. In the evening, grab beers, and margaritas, and chill to the tunes of live music around a central square.

5. Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta has continued to be one of the most preferred resort towns on the Mexican Pacific coast partly because of its favorable stand on the issue of gay tourism. Other than being a vacation destination, Puerto Vallarta is currently famous for its theater, food, and music that attracts the youthful creative person. Stroll through the picturesque alleys as the gallery and boutique shops attend performances at the historic Esplanade or catch the colorful gay nightlife by visiting clubs such as Mandala during the evening.

6. San Miguel de Allende

If you are in search of a trendy, and culturally rich vacation destination, head for San Miguel de Allende in the Mexican highlands. This is a former colonial town with pretty Spanish buildings that are home to shops, galleries, and museums that YAs and artists will enjoy. Spend your day discovering street art walking through the neighborhood, then enjoy the night at concerts or with mezcal cocktails. The high number of expatriates ensures that getting into contact with many young people traveling is quite easy they are all enjoying the relaxed environment.

7. Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is very much aware of how to entertain its visitors, thus it has become a favorite of spring breakers and those people who wish to have a great time. For example, if you plan to spend time on what is called “Lover’s Beach” during the day, or perhaps more to the point, move on to the Marina district for a night on the tiles, then the nightlife here is among the best. Party with other young tourists to exotic sunset alcoholic boat rides and bar hopping for non-stop dancing under neon lights. If you’re wanting to get your party on while away, don’t worry, Cabo San Lucas likes to “turn up”.

8. Oaxaca City

If you want to try real Mexican food, go down to Oaxaca City which is known as the ‘cultural capital of the state of Oaxaca. Most of the markets are colorful and can be best toured during the day while tourists can lounge around a stylish café in a beautiful colonial square. You will find loads of music concerts, numerous mezcal bars, and a great place to try cuisines unique to Mexico at night. Despite being a bit less touristy than resort cities, Oaxaca City lets you get a feel of the Mexican culture with classes on preparing local dishes, and visiting art studios, – and all of this in the company of open and welcoming people.

9. Isla Mujeres

If the beach atmosphere without any nuisances of the Cancun strip is what you are after, Isla Mujeres is only a 20-minute ferry ride away. Tour the sea during the day and look at the sea turtles, then party at beach clubs like Punta Sur or North Beach at night and dance to the beating of the DJs while the Caribbean Sea provides the perfect backdrop. It is a relatively small island but has a very modern and ‘hippy’ vibe and although there are a lot of beaches, taco shops, and bikeable red dirt roads it can offer a good taste of Mexico as opposed to the Hawller District.

10. La Paz

Last but not least, La Paz is the capital city of Baja California Sur that enchants the views of the Sea of Cortez sunsets, the colorful Malecon that is the revived colonial avenue, and the desert-like surroundings. Take a sea kayaking trip or swim with the whale shark during the day and then end the night with delicious seafood while enjoying the view of the marina. It has a romantic, casual atmosphere, which can be ideal for young backpackers, tourists, and adventurers who seek to socialize and mingle with the Mexicans and like-minded travelers in the relaxed ambiance of Mexico.

Of course, Mexico is famous for its beautiful nature, spots for nightlife, cuisine, and welcoming people, so, whatever you want to do, you will find it in Mexico! Any of those spectacular sites ensure a great vacation for the 20 and 30-something visitors to Mexico. Well, choose one of them or perhaps experiment with a couple more, but you are in for the ride of your life!