In Mexico: What’s Going On, Where To Go & Updates From Journey Mexico

Things to do in San Miguel de Allende – #MexicoJourney

A delightful colonial town paved with cobblestone, San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato is full of interesting mansions, museums,and churches. Recently named "The Top City in the World" by Condé Nast Traveler, it has become one of Mexico's most popular and attractive tourist destination. The town... 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 perfect place to stop for lunch along the way and that is exactly what we did on Day 2 of our #MexicoJourney! Querétaro (which is the capital of the state of the same name) was sett... Read more »

Posted In: Colonial Cities

Chalchiuhtlicue, The Aztec Goddess of Water – #MexicoJourney

Mexico City's Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Antropology) is one of the city's most important and most visited museums which naturally made it a stop on our #MexicoJourney itinerary today. The museum contains one of the world's largest collections of archaeological and anthropol... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City

#MexicoJourney Through Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast

This weekend, Journey Mexico will welcome 11 of the most seasoned tour operators and travel agents from the UK, USA, Brazil, Canada and Netherlands on an exclusive visit to Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast. Accompanied by our General Manager, Matteo Luthi, three of our staff members (Lindsay, P... Read more »

Posted In: On the Road

Mexico Investing in Tourism; Recognized as Economic Activity with Greatest Potential

Mexico plans to invest 180 billion pesos ($13.8 billion USD) in tourism infrastructure, President Enrique Peña Nieto announced during the Tianguis Turístico Cancún 2014. This would be done through Nieto's tenure until 2018 through the National Infrastructure Program. "Mexico has everything ne... Read more »

Posted In: News

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 suit all ages and what your 6 year old finds cool and fascinating might not be the same case for your teenage. Luckily, Mexico is the perfect destination for any type of family vacation wheth... Read more »

72 Hours in the Roma – Mexico City

by  Lydia Carey Why go anywhere when you're right where you want to be? Mexico City's Roma neighborhood, where hipsters, grannies and fresas all mix and mingle among impressive architecture and incredible restaurants, is not only the place to be these days, but where you'll want to be if you jus... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City

Mexico’s 8 Most Spectacular Swimming Pools

Inspired by the Condé Nast Traveler post "Beautiful Hotel Pools: Imagine Yourself Here" and an incredible photo we saw on our Facebook feed from Las Ventanas, we decided to round up the most stunning and unique pools in Mexico. A hotel's pool can often be the biggest deciding factor when flipping t... Read more »

Mexico on The World’s 50 Best Restaurant List 2014

Always an anticipated event for culinary geniuses and serious foodies is the  "The World's 50  Best Restaurant List".  The World's 50 Best Restaurants is a list sponsored by S. Pellegrino and Acqua Panna  and is based on a poll of 800+ international chefs, restaurateurs, gourmands and rest... Read more »

April 2014 Newsletter

Hitting inboxes in over 70 countries this week is our April Newsletter packed with the latest in what’s going on in Mexico and where to go! We feature some important updates in connectivity and flight options alongside two incredible exclusive promotions from Hotelito Desconocido and Rosewood San ... Read more »

Unique and Exciting Things to do in Cancun and the Riviera Maya – Day Tours

Our Cancun-based team is continually seeking out the most spectacular, creative, and memorable ways for guests to spend their holidays in the Yucatan Peninsula and we are excited to share that we have now added a variety of new tours in Cancun, Riviera Maya, and the Yucatan to our website. The C... Read more »

A Virtual Tour of Hotelito Desconocido

Just south of Puerto Vallarta along the Costalegre coast in Jalisco is the paradise of Hotelito Desconocido Sanctuary Reserve & Spa. Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre Occidental Moutains, Hotelito Desconocido is built  in a the natural protected zone of  El Ermitaño Lago... Read more »

Best New Hotels in Mexico 2014

If you’re looking to always stay ahead of the trend in travel accommodations, Mexico won't disappoint. In Travel + Leisure's 2014 "It-List: The Best New Hotels", Mexico occupied two spots out of seventy properties that are said to be the 'coolest' and 'changing the travel landscape'. Next time... Read more »

Five Mexico City Exhibits That You Should See This Spring

by  Lydia Carey  From contemporary art to the Inquisition, Mexico City has a museum for everything. As the country's cultural and artistic beating heart, this city constantly surprises its visitors with an influx of interesting exhibits and shows. It's hard to stay on top of the ever-evolving l... Read more »

Posted In: Culture, Mexico City, News

TAR Aerolíneas – New Regional Airline in Mexico

On March 14, 2014, the clear dawn of Queretaro set the scene for one of the most important moments of aviation in Mexico. After three months of planning, effort, and team work, TAR Airlines began their operations with flight 001 with destination to Monterrey, Nuevo León. Promptly at 6:40am, auth... Read more »

Posted In: News

Where to Dine in Mexico City: Restaurant Sue 45 (formerly Cornelia)

Hotel Busué and one of Mexico's renowned chefs, Arturo Fernandez, have joined together to bring a world-class dining experience to Mexico City's Polanco neighborhood. Just a few steps from Parque Lincoln located on the top floor of the new boutique Hotel Busué is Sue 45, formerly Restaurant Co... Read more »

March 2014 Newsletter

This month’s newsletter is packed with the latest in what’s going on in Mexico and where to go. We feature three "off the beaten path" destionations  and present two incredible  exclusive promotion we secured from Hotelito Desconocido and Casa Sandra Boutique Hotel. To view the... Read more »

Unexplored Mexico – Travel Weekly

Journey Mexico recently chatted with Travel Weekly about off the beaten path destinations in Mexico. Below are excerpts from the article “Unexplored Mexico” written by Gay Nagle Myers and featured on Travel Weekly’s website: It is possible to the pulse of old, authentic Mexico in the country... Read more »

New Flights to Mexico in 2014

New Routes Mexico City to Chicago ORD: Volaris has moved its Chicago service to Mexico City from its Midway Airport (MDW) to O’Hare (ORD). Daily flights our of ORD commenced at the end of 2013. The Chicago Midway Airport will continue to connect with Guadalajara, Guanajuato, Morelia, and Zacat... Read more »

Posted In: News

All About Isla Holbox – #JourneyHolbox

My love for Mexico always has me traveling throughout the country looking to find new experiences and treasures. I have gone on countless journeys exploring Cancun/Riviera Maya down through Tulum and it wasn't until two years ago that I heard of the nearby 'hidden paradise', Isla Holbox. Developm... Read more »