Posts in Category: Culture

Six Trendy Mexico City Galleries You’ll Love

Mexico’s cosmopolitan capital has a charm that attracts and inspires creative types from around the world: painters, filmmakers, sculptors, photographers,… Read more »

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Exploring Central Mexico with Journey Mexico 2018

Every year Journey Mexico invites a select group of our elite travel partners to join us on a research and… Read more »

KINAN SPA: A Haven of Mayan Wellness and Healing at Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa

Your stay at Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is not complete without a pampering session at Kinan Spa, a true… Read more »

Easter in Mexico – Semana Santa and Pascua

Easter in Mexico is a two-week holiday consisting of Semana Santa (The Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending… Read more »

Mexico City’s Art Scene Heats Up: ZONA MACO & World Design Capital

Mexico City has been the artistic capital of Mexico since colonial times, when Europeans and the budding mestizo population began… Read more »

Discover the Mayan World with an Immersive Dining Experience at Banyan Tree Mayakoba

Visiting Mayan archaeological sites is awe-inspiring. Millions of travelers go to these fascinating and mysterious destinations every year. In the… Read more »

Posadas in Mexico, a Christmas Tradition

For many Mexicans the word posadas evokes chilly nights surrounded by family and friends, singing, enjoying a warm meal and spreading holiday… Read more »

Help Oaxaca Recover and Experience Day of the Dead

One of the areas hardest hit by the 1st earthquake and latest aftershock (this past weekend) was the Isthmus of Tehuantepec… Read more »

Celebrate “El Grito”: Mexico Independence Day

Most countries around the world celebrate an Independence Day, commemorating the date of a country’s statehood. The stories and circumstances… Read more »

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Mexico’s Stunning Haciendas

Holding a rich and glorious, yet also ominous, place in the history of the country, Mexico’s stunning haciendas are unique… Read more »

Exploring Mexico with Journey Mexico FAM 2017

Each year Journey Mexico invites a select group of our travel partners to join us on a FAM trip and… Read more »

Time to Plan for La Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza, meaning “offering” and “mutual exchange of gifts and services” in the ancient Zapotec language, is a festival that gives thanks to the gods of corn and celebrates the acts of giving and sharing.

Five Hot Destination to Visit in Mexico

Do you know where to go in Mexico? Travel + Leisure and our incredible, Mexico-loving expert CEO Zach Rabinor, listed… Read more »

11 Magic Towns of Mexico to Visit on Your Next Beach Vacation

While Mexico’s beautiful beaches and resort destinations usually grab the spotlight and the majority of visitors, much of Mexico’s charms lie in… Read more »

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Day of the Dead in Mexico Explained

What is Day of the Dead? Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated… Read more »

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 »

The Sophistication of Mexico’s Best Tequila

Tequila is one of world’s most complex and significant spirits. Starting as a small hijuelo agave shoot, the process of tequila can… Read more »

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Haciendas in the Yucatan Peninsula – Merida

In addition to Mayan ruins and archaeological sites, the Yucatan Peninsula is filled with historic haciendas that date back to the… Read more »