7 Mexican Cities You Have to Party in Before You Die

Whether you’re looking for a chilled out beach vacation or an extensive road trip filled with discovery, Mexico may very well be the perfect vacation destination for you. Not to mention it’s also a great place to party. Major cities and more frequently visited coastal locations both have plenty to offer the gregarious traveler.

Without a doubt Mexico is the definitive party location in Central America. Take your pick from these destinations, party with the locals and other tourists, and have the time of your life.

Without further ado, let’s discuss the 7 best places to party in Mexico:

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7. Puerto Vallarta

A beach resort city on the Pacific Coast, Puerto Vallarta is a vacation spot known for its cobblestone streets and the beautiful Bahia de Banderas ocean views. Besides being one of Mexico’s most esteemed dining destinations, it’s also a fun place to party after the sun goes down.

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6. Cancun

There’s a reason the beaches of Cancun are jam-packed during Spring Break. If you’d like to party all day and night on and off the beach, this is the place for you. There are plenty of nightlife options in Cancun, making this the ideal visit for a group of friends that like to drink and have a great time.

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5. Playa del Carmen

Located south of Cancun, Playa del Carmen has become a popular tourist location over recent years. Once a humble fishing village, it’s now a modern city with advanced tourist infrastructure to cater to the keen international crowds. It’s a smaller version of Cancun, but don’t let that fool you. Nightlife here is exciting, and you’re likely to make some new European friends here during your stay.

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