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Mexico traditionally closes out its festive season known as 'Guadalupe-Reyes' on January 6th —"Día de Reyes"— Kings' Day.
Tipping is woven into the fabric of Mexican trading culture and appropriate in many everyday situations. This article helps you get acquainted with them
Whether you plan to visit Mexico or stay for longer, being able to speak in Spanish will make a real difference to your everyday activities and experiences
Discover an ancient steam-bath ritual that offers an invigorating physical experience combined with ceremonial elements that support the mind and spirit
The Guadalupe-Reyes festive period continues after Christmas in Mexico with ample opportunities to celebrate and welcome-in the New Year
The Christmas holiday season in Mexico is a time when friends, family, and traditions fuse together to create an atmosphere that is uniquely Mexican
Mexico has always been a country to assimilate foreign things without giving up its own identity, often putting a particularly Mexican stamp on them
"Posadas Navideñas" —traditional Christmas parties— are held between December 16th and December 24th in towns and villages across Mexico
Mexico offers an abundance in choice of mouthwatering foods, some of which are associated with certain holidays, and especially with Christmas
Workers in Mexico look forward to their annual Christmas bonus payment, known as 'el Aguinaldo,' that is paid before December 20th each year
The month of December in Mexico is characterized by traditions, color, spectacle, festivities and family gatherings that celebrate Christmas