Posts in Category: Culture

2011 Pan American Games in Jalisco, Mexico

2011 Pan American Games in Jalisco, Mexico

2011 marks the 16th Pan American Games during which 6,000 athletes from 42 nations will compete in 36 sports. By… Read more »

Posted In Adventure, Culture, News

Black Pottery in Oaxaca: A True Travel Experience in Mexico

Journey Mexico has always prided itself on offering travelers true travel experiences, meaning you’re not going to visit Oaxaca and… Read more »

Central & Southern Mexico Trip Photos

Central & Southern Mexico Trip Photos

It took a while to get through all the photos, but here are the highlights from a recent trip through… Read more »

Travel Weekly Interviews President Calderon in Las Vegas

Travel Weekly Interviews President Calderon in Las Vegas

This article, originally titled In Vegas, Calderon bets on tourism, has been re-posted from Travel Weekly and was written by… Read more »

Mexico Puts a Lock on Gossip

Mexico Puts a Lock on Gossip

On a recent trip through Central & Southern Mexico, I had the opportunity to visit the gorgeous cathedral on the… Read more »

The Riviera Nayarit – Mexico’s Newest Hot Spot

The Riviera Nayarit – Mexico’s Newest Hot Spot

The Riviera Nayarit has been getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason. The Riviera Nayarit is… Read more »

The Lonely Planet Likes Mexican Food (Who Doesn’t?)

The Lonely Planet Likes Mexican Food (Who Doesn’t?)

The Lonely Planet sent out an email today with a link to their article called The Best Countries for Food,… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Campeche to be the New Star of the Yucatan

Campeche to be the New Star of the Yucatan

Continuing in his efforts to make 2011 the Year of Mexican Tourism and to push Mexico further up the list… Read more »

Highlights From Obama-Calderón Press Conference

Highlights From Obama-Calderón Press Conference

On March 3rd, US President Barack Obama and Mexico President Felipe Calderón held a joint press conference from the White… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News

New Museum Unveiled in Mexico City

Mexico’s Carlos Slim, currently the world’s richest man, unveiled a new art museum in the Plaza Carso region of Mexico… Read more »

Posted In Culture, Mexico City, News
Mexico’s President First to Join Worldwide Tourism Initiative

Mexico’s President First to Join Worldwide Tourism Initiative

Last month we published a blog post titled President Calderón Walking the Walk and since then, he’s started running. The… Read more »

New Archeological Zone Opened in Colonial Mexico

New Archeological Zone Opened in Colonial Mexico

After nearly ten years of research and restoration to the site, Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History has opened… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Magic Neighborhoods of Mexico City to Receive 330 Million Pesos

Magic Neighborhoods of Mexico City to Receive 330 Million Pesos

On the heels of President Calderon’s declaration of 2011 as the Year of Mexican Tourism, the Government of the Federal… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Robot Explores New Tunnel At Teotihuacan

Robot Explores New Tunnel At Teotihuacan

Here’s an interesting update for fans of archeological travel: archeologists have successfully deployed a camera-armed robot into the ancient tunnel… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Scouting for a Food and Travel TV Pilot

Scouting for a Food and Travel TV Pilot

Journey Mexico President, Zachary Rabinor, is currently in Oaxaca running a scouting trip for a television pilot to be hosted… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Olmec Exhibits in California

Olmec Exhibits in California

via Travel Weekly Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (LACMA) and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco have… Read more »

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Puerto Vallarta’s International Gourmet Festival

Puerto Vallarta’s International Gourmet Festival

Today marks the beginning of the 2010 International Gourmet Festival in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The festival is a ten-day, annual… Read more »

Pushing Mexico Forward

Pushing Mexico Forward

Earlier this year, the tourism board of Mexico launched a five month, $32 million ad campaign in North America under… Read more »

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