Mexico Flights GuideMexico is located in North America bordering onto the United States, Guatemala, and Belize. Most travelers visiting Mexico head to the sandy beaches of Cancun or Cabo but this historical country has an abundance of landmarks and sights that are not to be missed.The metropolitan capital of Mexico City is full of history with sites including the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Museo de Arte Moderno and Catedral Metropolitana. For more history lessons head to San Miguel and soak in its charm and architecture. The ancient capital of Monte Alban is a top archeological site while the ancient Mayan city of Uxmal dates back to the ninth century and holds Magician's Pyramid.
Mexico City International Airport is the country's busiest as well as Latin America's busiest airport serving the greater Mexico City area. For those heading to Mexico for relaxation on its resorts, landing at Cancun International Airport located in the Yucatan Peninsula is common. Mexico's large size makes for varying climates depending on altitude. Mexico has two main seasons: rainy and dry. Mexico City has more of a moderate weather pattern while areas on the coast tend to be more warm and humid.