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Mexico


Land of myths and sunshine, Mexico is perfect for anyone looking for a change of scenery. If you want to learn a little bit more about the ancient Mayan and Aztec civilizations, you can come and see two incredible sites. The Site Chichen Itza voted as one of the 7 new wonders of the

Things to do and see - Mexico

Discover the capital's historic center, and the Metropolitan Cathedral
Mexico City
 
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Enjoy stunning beaches, pristine waters, and exciting nightlife
Cancún
 
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Wander through the colorful streets of a historic city
Guanajuato
 
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Enter the largest artistic venue in the country
Palacio de Bellas Artes
 
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View the world's largest collection of ancient Mexican artifacts
Museo Nacional de Antropología
 
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Visit the only castle within North America to ever house actual sovereigns
Chapultepec Castle
 
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Immerse yourself in the work and life of a popular Mexican painter
Frida Kahlo Museum
 
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See the most iconic attraction in Los Cabos
The Arch of Cabo San Lucas
 
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Do outdoor activities at the largest urban park in the Western Hemisphere
Bosque de Chapultepec
 
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View a stunning collection of Aztec artifacts
Templo Mayor Museum
 
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Appreciate an extensive art collection in a modern structure
Museo Soumaya
 
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Step inside the most-visited Catholic shrine in the world
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
 
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Experience the breathtaking landscapes of a massive canyon system
Copper Canyon
 
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Swim in the stunning cenotes found in the Yucatan Peninsula
Gran Cenote
 
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Take a boat tour through a dramatic canyon in Chiapas
Sumidero Canyon
 
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Relax on picturesque beaches, and enjoy water sports
Puerto Vallarta
 
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FAQ - Mexico

Where are the most beautiful beaches in Mexico?
Can we participate in the Day of the Dead in Mexico?

Events - Mexico

September
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Mexico, also known as "El Grito de Dolores," is celebrated on September 16th every year. It commemorates the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence in 1810, when Miguel Hidalgo, a priest, rang the church bells in the town of Dolores and called for the Mexican people to rise up against Spanish colonial rule. The day is marked with festive parades, fireworks, traditional music, and the reenactment of Hidalgo's famous cry for freedom.
Mexico



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