You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d travelled back to ancient Mexico after spending the evening at Xoximilco. This modern replica of UNESCO-rated Xochimilco in Mexico City mimics the ancient Aztec tangle of canals, giving you a glimpse of the country’s culture on a night cruise. You’ll travel by colourful gondola-like boats called trajineras – once used to transport flowers, fruit and vegetables – and each decorated with Mexican motifs. You’ll float past musicians in regional costumes, playing traditional musical styles from mariachi and bolero to marima. As you pass through the network of canals, you’ll tuck into a feast of traditional dishes. Think steamed fish, pork, cactus salad and even fried crickets. Plus, there’s an open bar serving up tequila shots, beer and soft drinks, so you can have a real fiesta.