13 November, 2018

“Altar de Muertos”

  In 2003, UNESCO considered Day of the Dead (November 1 and 2) as oral and intangible heritage of humanity. The origin of this festivity is […]
17 October, 2018

Do Mexicans celebrate Halloween?

Halloween celebration, (October 31st) around the world, takes on a different approach in Mexico, as it shares prominence with our traditional Day of the Dead, celebrated […]
16 September, 2018

Casa Reyna – Puebla

Chiles en Nogada season has arrived and what better place to taste them than Puebla, the state of the Mexican Republic where this dish was invented […]
15 August, 2018

Top Delicacies in San Luis Potosi

San Luis Potosi is a state that in addition to having emblematic places to visit, has a varied climate and vast lands that give rise to […]
9 July, 2018

Mexican muralists

Mexican muralism is one of the most recognized artistic movements in the world. This trend originated during Mexican Revolution in 1910, refreshing art, making it communicative, […]
19 June, 2018

Aguas frescas

Among non-alcoholic Mexican beverages are “aguas frescas” (fresh waters) also called “aguas de sabor” (flavored waters). The colorful glass barrels where they are kept are a […]
14 May, 2018

Mexican Coffee

A good cup of coffee is always satisfying, particularly when it comes to quality and good taste. Therefore, it is known that the Coffe produced in […]
18 April, 2018

Where to Buy a Good “Rebozo”

The “rebozo” is a feminine garment which length varies between 1.5 and 3 meters and width can go from 1 to 1.5 meters. It is also […]
12 March, 2018

Cuernavaca – The City of Eternal Spring

Cuernavaca is the ideal place where you would love to spend your weekend at, as it is known as the “City of Eternal Spring” in light […]
15 February, 2018

The Mexican Flag

Mexican Flag As human beings we need a sense of belonging to the country in which we are born and also we need to be able […]
16 January, 2018

Famous Historic Buildings

Famous Historic Buildings Mexico has many beautiful buildings that have lasted for centuries, which make them very unique and at the same time, famous. Within the Historical Center is the Metropolitan Cathedral, built approximately in 250 years, since […]
20 December, 2017

Guadalupe-Reyes marathon

Guadalupe – Reyes Marathon Surely you have wondered what this phrase means. This term became part of the Mexican culture during the nineties as it refers […]
13 November, 2017

Beautiful places to enjoy Day of the Dead

Beautiful places to enjoy Day of the Dead November 1st and 2nd are important dates for Mexicans as Day of the Dead and Faithful Departed are […]
17 October, 2017

What to do before, during and after an earthquake?

What to do before, during and after an earthquake? After the earthquake we just experienced, we have to understand that Mexico City is a seismic zone, […]
1 September, 2017

Mexican urban tribes: Mirreyes, Godinez and Chavorucos

Nowadays, is very common to identify a social group or urban tribe, and one that has boomed in Mexico is the “Mirreyes” (former known as “Juniors”). […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Cantinas, a Real Way to Drink Tequila

In Mexico, cantina traditionally refers  to a kind of bar normally frequented only by men to drink and play domino. The cantina’s golden age was  in […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Markets-Pásele Güerita, Bueno, Bonito y Barato

Mexico City is a festive shopping destination where you will find a wide array of colorful outdoor street markets. Depending on what catches your eye, there […]
3 July, 2015

Live Peña de Bernal

Peña de Bernal, the biggest rocky formation of Mexico governs the landscape in San Sebastian Bernal, Querétaro. This monolith forms an essential part of the picturesque […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Wine

Mexico is the oldest wine producer in America. Mexican wine began with the arrival of the Spaniards in the 16th century, when they brought winemaking from […]