Trip through the Colonial Heartland of Mexico & Baja California
Jutta Studer takes us on a journey to deserts, snow-capped volcanoes, bustling cities, sleepy villages and Mayan and Aztecan ruins
June 27, 2008

At the Heusser Gut at the Werkheim Uster, door opening 7.30pm, feature at 8pm

Trip through the colonial heartland of Mexico and Baja California" or "the colonial heartland of Central Mexico and Baja California, deserts, snow-capped volcanoes, streets of bustling cities and sleepy villages, ruined citis of the Maya, the Aztecs and other great civilations.

Mexico is located in the northern region of the American continent between the Gulf of Mexico on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west.

It is bordered by the United States on the north and by and on the south. Mexicoís land area extends 1,964,375 sq km, which is divided into six tourist regions.

Located in northwestern Mexico on the Baja California Peninsula, this state has the waters of the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Gulf of California to the east.

The regionís unbeatable desert and sea landscapes and its many legends will captivate you.

In this state youíll find the mountain landscapes and wooded areas at parks San Pedro Martir and Constitucion de 1917 fascinating.

The biodiversity in these areas offers the ideal setting for an ecotourism outing.