Acapulco CruisesBefore the Spaniards discovered this gem by the sea in 1512, Indians inhabited the area that is now Acapulco for over 2,000 years. The Spanish recognized the immense possibilities the location had to offer as a trade route. In 1523, Acapulco joined the Camino de Asia. This trade road
An Abundance of Water Related Acapulco ActivitiesBeach and water related activities remain the most popular things to do while visiting Acapulco. For those who prefer to work on their tans, there are numerous beaches to choose from. Located on the south side of the Peninsula de Playas are Playas Caleta
Acapulco Sightseeing GaloreFor vacationers who prefer sightseeing to a day spent at the beach, no need to fear, there is plenty to do. The exterior walls of Dolores Olmedo's house are covered in murals done by Mexico's most famous artist, Diego Rivera. The mural honors Mexican mythology and uses stones, shells and beautiful tiles to tell the story. The town square is located in Old Acapulco. Wander the streets, shop in the boutiques or eat in one of the many sidewalk cafes and enjoy the sights and sounds. This part of Acapulco is much different than the resort areas. This is the real Acapulco and an area that takes immense pride in its culture and heritage. To take home a piece of Acapulco, head over to the View of Mountainside in Acapulco Mercado Municipal. This large market offers everything from pottery and baskets to love potions and candles.
Mexican Cruise VacationsNighttime is just as exciting as daytime in Acapulco. The dining is excellent, certain to please even the most discerning palate. Acapulco is a city that never sleeps. Vacationers can dance the night away under the stars at one of the city's many clubs. This lively, exciting town has a little bit of something for everyone. For this reason, numerous cruise lines have made Acapulco a stopping point while traveling around Mexico. Everyday cruise ships deposit hundred of vacationers on the shores of Acapulco to explore and enjoy the city before heading off to other exotic destinations. To visit seaside towns such as Acapulco, Ensenada and Cancun, book a Mexican Cruise Vacation today!
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