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Mexico Casino Travel Guide

What would a vacation or road trip be without stopping off at interesting local attractions along the scenic route? These pit stops allow travelers to sample the local fare and experience more of what each of the locations has to offer. We’re sure that gaming enthusiasts would all agree that a trip to Mexico would not be complete without visiting a couple of the local casinos. There are close to ...
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10 Mexican architects who transformed Mexico

All students, whether they are studing to become an architecture master in Europe or in Latin America, dream of becoming famous by creating their own masterpiece. Let's talk about projects of the most renowned Mexican architects, who changed the structure of the city and performed monumental architectural feats. Mexican architecture is eclectic and full of contrast of different eras and styles. Many architects have transformed the country and have monuments ...
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How to book hotels without a credit card

Why do hotels ask for a credit card to reserve a room? Nowadays, hotels use hotel management software designed to simplify hotel operations and reservation management, room assignment, accounting, and housekeeping tools. More and more tourists and travel agencies reserve hotel rooms online. With the emergence of online travel agencies, the hotel sector experienced an increase in room bookings often canceled at the last minute. These massive reservations of rooms ...
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Rock paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco

The cave paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco, in the Baja California peninsula, make up a set of pre-Hispanic murals, particular to the Great Mural style, which had its moment of greatest splendor in the Aridoamerican era, in the annals of pre-Columbian history. It is very possible that these murals were created by the ancestors of the Cochimí Indians, who occupied this region until they disappeared almost completely in ...
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Cancun Underwater Museum

The Cancún Underwater Museum (Museo Subacuático de Arte, known as MUSA) is a non-profit organization based in Cancún, Mexico devoted to the art of conservation. The museum has a total of 500 sculptures, most by the British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor and the others by five Mexican sculptors, with three different galleries submerged between three and six meters deep in the ocean at the Cancún National Marine Park. The ...
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Best places to visit in Cancun and around

Cancun is the most famous Mexican tourist destination in the world, founded in 1974 Cancun is one of the destinations with the greatest diversity of tourist offer in the country and has a number of options for independent travelers, couples, or families. Cancun is recognized throughout the world for its spectacular white sand beaches and its fascinating sea in shades of turquoise blue. With unique natural places, Mayan culture, aquatic ...
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Routes and trips: Make sure not to miss these attractions

A great trip to Mexico should include these destinations Most travelers will immediately think of Cancun whenever Mexico shows up in the list of possible destinations. And while the seaside city and resort deserve all the praise it can get, there are many other spectacular destinations Mexico has to offer. So, if you're not a big fan of "going where everybody goes" and you want to create a different itinerary ...
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Entry immigration form – Tourist Card

Starting soon some commercial airlines will stop handing out immigration forms aboard their airplanes, we highly recommend you fill out the form(s) online, so you don't delay your immigration process when you arrive in Mexico. All foreign citizens traveling to Mexico must fill out an Official Entry Immigration Form prior to their arrival to Mexico. ​When you arrive in Mexico you present your printed Tourist Card, your passport, and since ...
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Cancun Destination Guide

Cancun is one of the most important resort destinations in Mexico. Founded in 1970, Cancun rapidly became known around the world for its spectacular turquoise blue waters and magnificent natural wonders. Now a day, Cancun is a top worldwide destination with millions of people visiting per year. Cancun is divided into two zones: Downtown: In the city, you will find all the amenities and services of a developed community such ...
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What to do in Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya is a stretch of beachfront towns south of the Cancun International Airport. Some of the towns located in the Riviera Maya include Paraiso Beach, Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen, PlayaCar, Paamul, Puerto Aventuras, Kantenah, Akumal, Xcacel, Xel-Ha, and Tulum. Each town along the Riviera Maya has its own charm and scenery. Playa del Carmen is the largest of all the towns and the "point of reference" for the ...
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