Although Mexico and the United States share a border of nearly 2,000 miles on the same continent, there are many differences between the two cultures that define and celebrate the heritage of each country.
The Day of the Dead is right around the corner. This Mexican celebration takes place November 1st through the 2nd. During the Day of the Dead festivals in Mexico, families celebrate and welcome the deceased into their homes. They decorate alters and grave sites with food, flowers, alcohol, trinkets, and sugar skulls. These gifts are […]
Mexico is a diverse country indeed. While many different cultures have influenced the social fabric of Mexico, there are still certain traditions and customs that live on, even beyond the country’s boundaries.
If you’re interested in Mexican culture, here’s a mix of interesting and practical tips that could enrich your visit.
Mexico’s national holidays are celebrations of their history and culture.
Have you ever seen the type of brightly colored Mexican art that is made from a mosaic of tiny beads or colorful strands of yarn?
As November rolls around, Day of the Dead will be following. Day of the dead is a holiday that is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd.