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International Cervantino Festival in Guanajuato

Guanajuato is one of Mexico’s most beautiful colonial cities with incomparable architecture and history. The city was founded in 1546 to raise cattle, but during the 18th Century gold and silver were discovered in the region and the mining of these precious metals made Guanajuato the most important and prosperous city of New Spain. During Benito Juarez’s term of office, ...
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The Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca City

During the month of July, the city of Oaxaca is filled with festivities of intrinsic meaning centered around the renowned Guelaguetza, an event that has been celebrated by the Zapoteca people since before the Spanish conquest. The Guelaguetza has its roots in the cult to Centeōtl, the goddess of maize, and is the heart of numerous cultural activities and festivities ...
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San Marcos Fair in Aguascalientes

The colonial city of Aguascalientes in the heart of Mexico’s colonial heartland is host to the country’s largest fair—Feria Nacional de San Marcos. The annual event starts in April and lasts for about three weeks. Precise dates vary each year and you can get this year’s program details on the event’s official website. Although the fair is not as internationally-renowned ...
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Top 5 Adventure Activities to Do in Mexico

Mexico is precisely the place that every traveler dream of. Amazing beaches, delicious food, beautiful people, and an incredible history related to it makes this country a perfect tourist destination. These are only a few reasons why people visit this incredible land. What many people (read first-time travelers) do not know about Mexico are the various adventurous opportunities that it ...
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Charreada

The charreada or charrería is a competitive event similar to rodeo and was developed from animal husbandry practices used on the haciendas of old Mexico. The sport has been described as "living history," or as an art form drawn from the demands of working life. In 2016, charrería was inscribed in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of ...
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All you need to know about Yucatan peninsula

Travel and Explore the Yucatan Peninsula and Riviera Maya Yucatan Peninsula is a place of endless experiences for travelers and explorers. It is extensively rich in culture and beauty which makes people come back again and again for the wildlife tours in Yucatan Peninsula. Yucatan peninsula is the perfect spot for any enthusiast to observe and watch wildlife in their ...
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Travel and explore Mexico

Tourist routes in Mexico Tired of the stuffy resorts? Ready to do something different, like a road trip or go backpacking in Mexico? Traveling in Mexico is an incredible experience with endless options. In just one trip, you can wander around ancient Mayan cities, stroll through colorful colonial towns, explore one of the biggest cities in the world, and wind ...
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Best historic and colonial towns in Mexico

Exploring Colonial Mexico Mexico is a country with a rich history, one of pre-Hispanic culture and then Western invasion and colonization, thanks to the Spanish. Highly questionable ethics aside, it’s impossible to deny the impact this colonial history has left on modern-day Mexico and one of the most obvious ways it presents itself is through architecture. Here are the top ...
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Veracruz Carnival

Veracruz is a very prosperous state in Mexico, with its wealth stemming mainly from the continuous docking of trade and cargo ships at its strategically-located ports, and its rich, fertile lands growing coffee, fruits and tobacco. The people of Veracruz – Jarochos – are known for their easy-going and cheerful disposition. With their Afro-Caribbean roots and exuberant nature, Jarochos love ...
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Cenote snorkeling tours in Yucatan

The Yucatan peninsula natural swimming holes If you’re visiting the Yucatán Peninsula, don’t miss your chance to experience the region’s unique and fascinating cenotes. These natural swimming holes, which were sacred spots to the Mayans, are spread across the area, offering an otherworldly aquatic adventure. Many cenotes are open to the public for visitors to discover otherworldly landscapes whether you’re ...
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