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Exploring Charming Zacatecas City

Exploring Charming Zacatecas City

One of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico is Zacatecas City.
Discover this fascinating site full of history, museums, old mines, and a very special charm.

Guelaguetza The Most Colorful Festival In Mexico

Guelaguetza The Most Colorful Festival In Mexico

Guelaguetza Festival it’s a celebration to show the beautiful and unique traditions of Mexico and especially the state of Oaxaca. In each state of Mexico, you can enjoy amazing and colorful celebrations that invite visitors from all over the world, but this festival is unique. 

El Tajin, The Thunder City and Papantla

El Tajin, The Thunder City and Papantla

I want to show you El Tajin Ruins, a pre-Columbian archaeological site that was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is believed that it was the capital of the Totonac Empire, which has survived to show the greatness and importance of pre-Hispanic 

San Miguel de Allende the Fascinating City

San Miguel de Allende the Fascinating City

San Miguel de Allende city makes us fall in love at the first moment was named by Travel +Leisure magazine as The Best City in the World in 2017 thanks to its artistic, gastronomic and cultural heritage. A colonial city with a unique charm, where 

Guanajuato Historical and Artistic City

Guanajuato Historical and Artistic City

Guanajuato City is one of those Mexican cities that you have to discover walking and getting lost on its tunnels and colorful streets. My first visit to Guanajuato was many years ago and all I remember is from the old photos. But the city hasn’t 

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city located approximately 40 km of Mexico City and also designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. I visited this place when I was maybe 5 years old and I remember it was awesome, but now that I understand it