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Copper canyon train route

Larger and deeper than the U.S.’s Grand Canyon, Mexico’s Copper Canyon region is an eighth wonder of the world. The Copper Canyon train travel is a journey that you cannot miss. In this spectacular region, nine major canyons – most over a mile deep – carve through the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range. The country’s tallest waterfalls pour into winding rivers, linking ...
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History of Copper Canyon Train

The Copper Canyon train construction was one of the great engineering works of the 19th century and the 20th century. The Ojinaga-Topolobampo Railroad line has been of great importance for Mexico's development. The geography of Sierra Madre was a real challenge for the Mexican engineers that proved their capacity to resolve problems of development, construction, and location. The Ojinage-Topolobampo Railroad Line satisfied ...
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Travel and explore Riviera Nayarit

The Riviera Nayarit stretches 200 miles along Mexico’s Pacific coastline, starting just north of Puerto Vallarta. Riviera Nayarit is a big travel destination: the white sandy beaches, great surfing spots, and delicious tacos are just the beginning, and there’s is much more to discover in this tropical paradise! Riviera Nayarit is a gorgeous stretch of coastline boarding the Pacific Ocean. The white ...
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Practical tips for traveling in Mexico

Read about Mexican history Mexico is an amazing country brimmed with unique places to visit, an interesting culture to discover, a world-class cuisine, and one of the most diverse ecosystems and landscapes to explore. Traveling to Mexico for the first time? Do not start a trip without first reading a little about the history of Mexico. One must know the past in order ...
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Best ways to have an authentic trip to Mexico

Mexico is much more than spring break, tequila, and beaches. All-inclusive resorts and overcrowded beach areas like Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco, etc, don’t always make for an authentic experience. However, you can make your trip to Mexico a non-touristy one. From pre-Hispanic ruins and museums to historic festivals, the country offers a lot more than just palm trees and ...
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Baja California travel guide

Baja California is the second-longest peninsula on Earth. Baja California stretches for more than 1200 km, displaying its ethereal, majestic, and untamed beauty. This region boasts captivating desert landscapes, green oases, and rich marine life, making it a popular spot in Mexico. The history of the Baja California region is equally fascinating, featuring a heritage of remote cave paintings, crumbling Spanish missions, ...
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Activities and excursions in the Riviera Maya

Travel and Explore Riviera Maya Riviera Maya is a very special place, where you can find all you just could imagine, from exploring the ancient Mayan ruins to sailing through the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and sampling the delicious Mexican food the region has to offer. There is a lot of variety of things to do on the Caribbean Coast ...
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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, he temporarily ...
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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 of Centeōtl, the goddess of maize, and is the heart of numerous cultural activities and festivities celebrating Oaxaca’s ...
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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 as the ...
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