One of Mexico’s most important religious holidays is celebrated each year on All Saint’s Day (Nov 1) and All Soul’s Day (Nov 2)
Hernán Cortés was one of the first Europeans to taste xocoatl: the strong, bitter drink taken by the high priests and elite of the Aztec order.
Autumn temperatures in Mexico by the coasts are usually warm, but areas at altitude inland get cooler
An important feature of Day of the Dead festivities is the creation of an "ofrenda" – an offering – that usually manifests as an alter in Catholic homes.
The phone rings when you weren't expecting a call. ¿A dónde hablo? (where am I calling?) comes a sharp, testy voice.
Mexico’s gun laws are similar to those in countries like the United Kingdom that do not tolerate possession of certain lethal firearms.
This article explains the spring and autumn clock-time changes taking place in Mexico in 2016.
In recent years, one of the hardest things to predict has been the Mexican peso/US dollar exchange rate.
An introduction to the principal styles of Mexican furniture to help you express the living spaces in your Mexican home.
Independence Day on September 16 is the most widely celebrated of Mexico's four political national holidays.