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)
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.
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.