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Mexico Taxo Acapulco Tour
Colonial Mexico Tour
Tequila And Sun Route Tour
Copper Canyon Highlights Tour
Discovering La Paz Tour
Exploring Los Cabos Tour
Mystic mexico Tour
Mexico Lindo Tour
Ancients Cultures Tour
Mayan Word Mexico And Guatemala
Hacienda And Mayas Tour
San Cristobal de las Casas Tour
Mexico City Tour & Museum Tour
The Pyramids of Teotihuacan tour
Xochimilco and University City Tour
Puebla and Cholula Tour
Cuernavaca And Taxco Tour
Acapulco Tour
Taxco Tour
Coyuca Lagoon Tour
Chichen Itza Tour
Tulum & The Xel-Ha Aquarium
Xcaret Park Eco Theme Tour
Chichen Itza Travel
Uxmal & Kabah Tour
Merida Tour
Celestun Boat Ride Tour
Loltun Grotto & PuccC Route Tour
Oaxaca City Tour
Mitla & Tule Tour
Monte Alban Tour
Cuilapan Zaaschila Tour
Guadalajara City Tour
Tlaquepaque And Tonala Tour
Tequila and Distilleries Tour
Mexico Travel Information


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Spanish is Mexico’s official language.
English is spoken and understood in all the major hotels, restaurants and tourist centers; they are able to give a good service for tourists.

Banks- open from 9:00 to 18:00 hrs.
Malls and Stores – from 1000 to 20:00 hrs. daily
Supermarkets – open from 8:00 to 21:00 hrs. daily.

110 – 125 Volts. You should take along and adaptor, sockets are usually American style.

The safest place for your money, traveler´s checks, passport, flight tickets and jewelry is the hotels, they have a safety box where you can leave your important things, during your trip.

The currency in Mexico is called Peso.
The official exchange offices offer you a more advantageous rate than hotels.
As for credit cards they accept Eurocard/ Mastercard , Visa, American Express and Diner’s Club.

Normally there are no problems in taking pictures or making movies in Mexico,, but do not forget politeness. There may be certain restrictions or regional prohibitions we have to respect.
In Museums and historical places, pictures taken with tripod and flash are not permitted.

Tips are not included in the price of the service, and they open the door to many.
Also please bear in mind that for some workers, tips are only source of income.
In Restaurants: the common practice is to tip 15% of the total amount.
Qualified tour leader: from 10% to 15% of the cost of the tour.
Bellboys and porters at airports: usd$1.00 per bag
Concierge:usd$50 for a special service.
WC- maid: usd$25
However, it is a custom to give a tip to the local guide and to the driver, if their swrvices were to your satisfaction.

- Do b not drink water taken directly from the faucet unless it is filtered. If so, it will be marked as “ agua purificada”.
Otherwise your hotel will provide you purified water bottles, placed in your room.
- Be careful with raw vegetables or salads, ice cubes, iced cooled beverages, sea food, meat or fish that are not roasted or cooked, fruits which you did not peel yourself.
- Medical care in Mexico is good and common medicines can be bought in drug stores, often with out prescription. Most hotels count with a trustworthy and English speaking physician, whom you can consult in any emergency.

Mexico offers a variety of good restaurants, to please every taste.
They go from the very expensive to the moderately priced.
The Mexican cuisine is well known in many countries here the most representative dishes:
The main ingredient in Mexican cooking is corn ( Maiz), which can be prepeared in iferent ways.
Tortillas. A thin round flat cake made of corn or flour.
Tacos, rolled, fried tortillas, stuffed with meat and spread with sauce.
Enchiladas, folded, fried tortillas, stuffed with chicken shreads and spread with cream, cheese and sauce.

Refrescos – Non alcoholic drinks containing carbonic acid with fruit flavor, like coca cola, etc.
Jugos- Natural fruit juices, like orange juice, grapefruit, etc.
Tequila- it is the Mexican national drink, made out of tequila agave. People like to have it as an appetizer.
Mezcal – Very Popular drink made out of maguey agave.
Margarita – Tequila Cocktail.

Two seasons can generally be found in Mexico; the dry season ( November to June) and the rainy season ( from June to November). Baja California, the Pacific cost as well as the Yucatan Peninsula show a warm weather all year around ( 20-35 degrees). The climate in Mexico City is more dry and mild. In the North, temperatures are quite severe with hot summers and cool winters.

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* Mexico taxo acapulco
* Colonial Mexico
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Merida International Arts Festival ( January)
Merida is a city with a lot of cultural events happening throughout the whole year but during the international festival of Arts, the city offered cultural events, concerts and art exhibitions.

Los Parachicos ( January)
The Parachicos are traditional dancers with wooden masks from Chiapas, they dance on the street s of the town during this great festivity, which takes place from January 04th to 22nd every year.

Carnaval de Veracruz ( February)
The Carnaval of Veracruz held every year in Veracruz is the most important carnaval in Mexico and one of the most famous world- wide. During the dates of this festival you can see impressive dances and masks festivities interpreted according to the traditional folklore dances of Veracruz.

Equinoctial in Chichen- Itza (March and Septemmber)
The phenomenon which is known as equinox in Chichen Itza is only happening twice per year, the 21st of March and the 22nd of September. During these dates, the Northerm and Southerm hemisphere are illuminated by the sun with the same intensity. This phenomenon produces and impressive spectacle.

Feria Nacional San Marcos (April)
Considered as “The Festival of Mexico “ in honor of San Marcos, is an incredible eventtaking place in the month of April. The most important date is the 25th of April, the day of San Marcos. Durin two weeks you can enjoy artistic and cultural vents.

La Guelaguetza (July)
Guelaguetza is an annual cultural celebration, held in July in the city of Oaxaca
where the whole population participates. The celebration includes parades complete with walking bands and the marketing of food.

Encuentro Internacional del Mariachi y la Charreria (August)
Each year in August, the city of Guadalajara presnts this internacional vent, wher you can enjoy the variety of wines and great music.

Independence Day (September)
Mexicans celebrate their independence day on September 16th.
With the cry of independence uttered from the small town of Dolores, near Guadalajara on September 16th 1810, the event marks the beginning of the Mexican war of Independence and is the most important national Holiday in Mexico.

Festival International Cervantino (October)
One of the most important cultural festivals of Mexico and America takes place in Guanajuato.
In this International festival, 5 nations invite to experience their tradition, where you can enjoy music.

Dead day´s (November)
Tradition connected with this traditional festivity held on the 1st and 2nd of November include building private altars honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, the favorite food and beverages
Of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. This festival is celebrated in the whole country.

Jazz Festival in Rivera Maya (November)
Every year in November the Jazz festival takes place in Riviera Maya, this is a famous event where the best jazz artists come together, in Playa del Carmen ( Quintana Roo).

International Gourmet Festival (November)
This international festival is place in Puerto Vallarta , in Riviera Nayarit, you can find a lot of events. This festival is in November during 10 days you can taste the delicious cuisine of Mexico.


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