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Top things to do in Guerrero

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This 18th-century church, built with funds provided by silver tycoon José de la Borda, is the... more
Located on a hillside 1,200 feet above sea level, this contemporary chapel is recognized by its... more
Playa la Ropa (Zihuatanejo)
Many hotels and restaurants are located along this beach.
La Quebrada (Acapulco)
These cliffs are home to the daredevil cliff divers.
This 18th-century Spanish fortress turned museum is occasionally the site for festive gatherings.
Since its development in 1970, this island has become a man-made paradise and wildlife reserve.
Punta Diamante (Acapulco)
Neighborhood overlooking the "C" shaped bay in original Acapulco.
Mural Diego Rivera (Acapulco)
Created in 1956 and located on the side of a house, this mural is one of the city's most important... more
Playa Blanca (Zihuatanejo)
This beach is an excellent spot to view various birds and wildlife.
Playa el Palmar (Ixtapa)
This former coconut and mango plantation is now the best beach in Ixtapa.
Playa Las Gatas (Zihuatanejo)
"Nurse Shark Beach" is a fun beach to explore and reachable only by boat.
Barra Vieja Beach (Acapulco)
A peaceful, popular beach.
This local history museum is located in Acapulco's famed Fort of San Diego.
Playa Quieta (Ixtapa)
Located six miles from Ixtapa, this is touted as the best swimming area in the region featuring... more
Playa Larga (Zihuatanejo)
With almost two miles of sand, this beach is ideal for long walks, jogging or soaking up rays.
Plaza Borda (Taxco)
The zócalo of this old mining town is named for silver tycoon José de la Borda.
Playa Linda (Ixtapa)
Beach with a family atmosphere featuring a cycling/inline skating path along the marina.
Baby'O (Acapulco)
Don't look for cheap drinks at Baby'O--many think this elite club is Acapulco's best, and the prices... more
Isla La Roqueta (Acapulco)
Take a glass-bottom boat and explore this small island, which has nice beaches, restaurants and a... more
Children will be thrilled by the rides in this water park, as well as the aquarium and the seal and... more
Costera (Acapulco)
A unique tour company offering fun and affordable tours of the major attractions: The Divers, The... more