Posts in Category: Colonial Cities

Wine Harvests and Vineyards in Central Mexico

Summer time in Mexico is when local winemakers begin to harvest their grapes which means lots of vendimia celebrations and… Read more »

What You’re Missing Out On By Not Visiting Michoacán – #MexicoJourney

After years of writing off Mexico as “too dangerous to visit”, people are finally doing their homework and realizing that… Read more »

Dancing with the Viejitos of Michoacan – #MexicoJourney

Across Mexico, celebrations and festivals are accompanied by music and dance that owes it variety to a fusion of traditions…. Read more »

A Quick Stop in Queretaro – #MexicoJourney

Between the road from Mexico City to San Miguel Allende is the  energetic colonial town of Querétaro. It is the… Read more »

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Tips for Family Travel in Mexico

Family travel is a special time for bonding and learning about one another. We understand that a trip has to… Read more »

San Miguel de Allende: The World’s Best City

In case you haven’t heard yet,  San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato is the place to be right now. Set in Mexico’s… Read more »

Planning a Luxury Trip to Merida

Capital of the state of Yucatan, the colonial city of Merida was founded on the ancient Maya city known as… Read more »

National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s “50 Tours of a Lifetime” 2013: Mexico

Journey Mexico, the leader in Mexico Travel offering unique luxury, adventure, natural and cultural tours, is pleased to announce that its Magical… Read more »

Puebla City Highlights from Tianguis Turistico

The most important event in Mexico’s tourism, Tianguis Turistico, continues to grow as expectations in terms of buyers and attendance have exceeded… Read more »

Travel Trade Show 2013: Tianguis Turistico Puebla

Puebla is gearing up for the 38th Edition of the Tianguis Turistico — Mexico’s most important travel trade show. The… Read more »

2013 Mexico Travel Bucket List

As we enter the new year of 2013 and a new era of the 14th baktun, it is time to… Read more »

Where to Vacation in Mexico in December

As December approaches, the vibrant traditions of Mexico come to life in new ways. In a country with strong historical… Read more »

Mexico Culture Travel: Dia de los Muertos en San Miguel de Allende

Mexican culture exudes spirit and vitality that truly comes to life during the El Dia de los Muertos celebration, a… Read more »

Webinar on Mexico: UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Mexico is home to 31 World Heritage sites including 10 Mexican cities, but do you know what makes all of… Read more »

Unique Hotels and Restaurants in Guanajuato – Our Top Picks

As the Festival Internacional Cervantino 2012 approaches, one of the largest celebrations of the arts worldwide, travelers from across the globe… Read more »

Best Boutique Hotels in Morelia

Boutique hotels with impeccable service, dynamic culturally-inspired décor and spectacular grounds are appearing in some of Mexico’s most thriving municipalities…. Read more »

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Celebrating Fiestas Patrias in Mexico City: An Unforgettable Trip to Mexico

Travelers who enjoy immersing themselves in exciting, colorful cultural events will be thrilled by Mexico’s Fiestas Patrias. Taking place on September… Read more »

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Festival Internacional Cervantino 2012: The Top International Cultural Event in Mexico is Approaching!

Travelers who love soaking in high culture in warm climates will be rewarded by traveling to Guanajuato, Mexico, for the… Read more »

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New Culinary Era in San Miguel de Allende

Hotel Matilda and Mexico’s most recognized chef, Enrique Olvera, have entered into a partnership that brings his internationally acclaimed culinary… Read more »

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Best Mexico City Tour – Charming, Enchanting, Historical

Mexico City is a fitting name for the site of what was once the legendary Aztec capital in the 14th… Read more »