Independence Day on September 16 is the most widely celebrated of Mexico's four political national holidays.
September 16th is Mexico’s official Independence Day and a national holiday.
One of Mexico's most important — and well attended — religious festivals is Day of Dead, celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November each year.
It had been mentioned that Mexico's May 5 holiday – Cinco de Mayo – is more celebrated among Mexicans in the U.S. than it is in Mexico, and that...
Mexicans are passionate about football. Here's a primer on how Mexican soccer leagues play-out through the year.
The colonial city of Aguascalientes is host to the country’s largest fair—Feria Nacional de San Marcos.
Something quite remarkable happens in Mexico City during Easter Week: the capital empties out.
At the year-end, there are ample opportunities to celebrate the passing year and welcome the new one in Mexico.
In Mexico, Christmas is a time when friends, family, festivals, and traditions fuse together to create an atmosphere that is uniquely Mexican
Mexico’s mixture of cultures and traditions enables you to enjoy the unusual in a number of celebrations that are nevertheless quite familiar.