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.
The highlight of many a Mexican festive occasion—a birthday celebration, Christmas party, or posada—is the breaking of the piñata.
December 12, Dia de Guadalupe, is one of Mexico’s most important religious holidays
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
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)
The Mexican art scene is undergoing tremendous change and this fair is working to raise awareness for authentic Mexican artwork.