When you go to Cabo San Lucas, you’ll probably take the time to plan every little detail. For example, you’ll probably google the best restaurants to eat at, where to go snorkeling, what nightclubs are the best in town, and everything else in-between. Although all of these plans are amazing, don’t forget to take the time to go walk around Los Cabos. Here’s why:
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It’s The Best Way to Get to Know the City
If you want to truly get to know the city that you’re visiting, then there’s no better way than walking around. How cool is it to be able to come back from the trip and be able to say that you learned how to navigate through the streets. By doing so, you can better learn where the local coffee shops are, where you can buy fresh bread, and other cool areas.
You Can Appreciate the Architecture
Depending on what part of the city you’re in, the architecture may change. The city has a mix of modern buildings and Spanish colonial-era buildings that were built between 1850 and the 1930’s. There is also great artwork all around the city.
It’s a Great Opportunity to Try New Food
Cabo San Lucas is known for having amazing food. On top of having delicious dishes, each family has their own way of preparing dishes. That means that the tamales you eat downtown can be completely different than the ones you ate on the street corner a mile away. When you take the time to walk around, you get to try new food.
You Can Practice Your Spanish
Walking around the city is a great way to practice your spanish. Why? Because you’ll get more of an opportunity to interact with locals, whether it’s asking for directions, ordering food, or just making conversation.
Learn About the History
You can also walk through the city with a Los Cabos tour guide. The advantage of this is that they will teach you about the history of the town, answer any of your questions, and introduce you to cool places in the city.
Walking through the city is a great way to get to know Los Cabo better. For help booking a Los Cabos tour guide, ask your travel advisor.