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Mexico's South Beach.

Situated in a wide bay with beautiful beaches, sunny weather, craft markets, exclusive boutiques, varied restaurants, and a famous nighlife, Acapulco is a natural tourist favorite. The city attracts around 3.5 million visitors annually.

Of course the growth of tourism since the 1940s has its downside for those seeking a quiet or private beach. Some beaches are full of high rises and the crowds from Mexico City (especially on long weekends and during holidays like Easter week) can make the beach feel a bit too crowded, but there are still a few quiet beaches where those looking to enjoy a peaceful sunset can enjoy a tranquil moment.

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Acapulco Culture

This city was built on tourism and locals are used to foreigners. More often than not, they will go out of their way to speak your language and to make your stay a pleasant one. Still, respectful attempts to speak Spanish and learn about Mexican culture will go a long way in making conversation and meeting new friends.

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Exclusive shops and boutiques are mostly found on the Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán, where many hotels are also located. Two malls, including La Gran Plaza and Plaza Bahia, are both located along this strip.


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