Mexico’s most iconic tourist spots have been on the decline since the end of the 20th century.
The government has spent millions rebuilding and upgrading them, and now some of the country’s most visited sites have closed entirely, the BBC reports.
Guadalajar is the countrys biggest city and is home to the city of Tulum, one of the most popular tourist spots in Mexico, and the town of Guadalupe, which hosts the country s largest and most important tourist site.
But while Mexico’s capital city has seen some dramatic improvements in the past few years, many of its smaller tourist sites are still closed to the public, making it difficult for tourists to see them.
Here are the most famous tourist sites in Mexico:The Guadalagara city of Guado, one a UNESCO World Heritage site, is Mexico’s second largest city, and home to several UNESCO World and World Heritage sites.
The city has a total population of about 22 million, according to a 2013 census.
The historic center of Tula, Mexico, is one of Mexico s most important sites.
The town of Tuleco, a tourist hub with an area of almost 2.5 million, is also a UNESCO world heritage site.
Tuleco is home a number of popular tourist sites including the famous site of Santa Maria de las Casas de Tula and the famous Tulum Cathedral.
The UNESCO World heritage site of San Juan de los Huesos, which has been designated as a World Heritage Site, is located in the center of the city, about 70 kilometers (45 miles) south of Guadaquil.
The Santa Marta church, which was built in the 17th century and was later used as a cemetery, is the oldest church in Mexico.
The capital of Guayaquil, which is home of the national soccer team, is home for the state and national baseball teams, and is also known as the home of Mexico’s national soccer club.