Mexican Culture

3 July, 2015

The Tree of Life

One of the most symbolic Mexican handicrafts is the Tree of Life, which comes from the municipality of Metepec (on the hill of magueys). This magical […]
3 July, 2015

One “Chela” please!

Mexican Beer has a long history. Mesoamerican cultures knew of fermented alcoholic beverages, including a corn beer and pulque, a fermented sap of the maguey. European […]
3 July, 2015

Springtime: An explosion of Colours

Like cherry blossom time in Japan, jacaranda season in Mexico City is a must to experience. Walking is the best way to discover the jacaranda tree, […]
3 July, 2015

Passion Play of Iztapalapa

The Passion Play of Iztapalapa is one of the largest and most fervent religious celebrations in the world. During Holy Week, more than two million visitors […]
3 July, 2015

For Everything Bad, Mezcal, and for Everything Good, as Well

Legend says that lightning struck a maguey, opening and cooking its center. The natives perceived the pungent aroma of the emanating nectar and fearfully drank the […]
24 August, 2017

Pueblos Magicos

People from abroad and natives may ask themselves “how can a town somewhere within our country may be considered magical?” Well, that is because the Tourism […]
14 July, 2017

What are guajolotas or esquites?

There is no doubt that when you arrive to Mexico City and take an early walk, you realize that the most crowded spots, whether is near […]
19 June, 2017

Baluarte Bridge

This beautiful suspension bridge is located on the limits between Durango and Sinaloa on the highway that links the State Capital of Durango to Mazatlán and […]
19 April, 2017

What is a Tiangis?

Surely by now you are aware of the common “mercados” (markets) there are in our country, but have you heard the word “tianguis”? Well, it is […]