Is there for Mexicans a date more important in the year than the Day of the Dead? The variety of events, celebrations, decorations and offerings can answer this question. Year after year, Mexico prepares for the arrival of the deceased who, on November the 2nd, come to the feast that…Continue reading "How to find life in the Day of The Dead"
Have you thought about making any changes, such as the ones we suggested? And if so, are you still having second thoughts? If you are, we’re about to give you 20 reasons why it’s worth doing. There’s no ranking or particular order – it’s up to each person to decide…Continue reading "20 reasons to drop everything and go to Mexico City"
One destination instantly springs to mind when we hear this: Mexico. A holiday in this country will be a mind-blowing combination of unforgettable adventures, experiences, sensations and memories. With your cases packed, these are some of the different ways of getting to know a country so diverse that you will…Continue reading "How to live a vacation in Mexico"
One of the best ways to invest time and money on our travels is eating. And there are cities where gastronomy is practically a tourist attraction in itself and just as important as any other. Then there are those cities where perhaps there is no inherent gastronomic culture, but that…Continue reading "8 cities where eating is a sublime gastronomic experience"
We often use our free time and holidays to relax, but it can also be fun to use them to “perk up” a bit and have an adventure. What better way to spend your Easter holidays this year than getting away from it all? Whether it’s with friends, your partner…Continue reading "Three cities to visit this Easter"
Once a year, go somewhere you’ve never been before. And, honestly, I’m not going to be the one to tell you any different from the Dalai Lama. Travelling not only disconnects us from our routine, it also allows us to be amazed time and again by the unknown: new countries,…Continue reading "Shopping in Mexico City"