How do I pay when traveling in Mexico?
While traveling in Mexico you will pay with the Mexican currency called Peso and its symbol is $.
You won't need much cash since credit and debit cards are accepted nearly everywhere.
You can use any major credit card or debit card, to pay. Th...
Well hidden within the jungles of Chiapas, the great Mayan city of Palenque may almost seem like a dream to you. That may be because there’s nothing as surreal as its beautiful buildings emerging from the mist. You have to touch those moss-covered walls with the dew dripping fro...
The Baroque City of Silver
by Angie Galicia
Nestled in the rough terrain of Guerrero State, this lovely city has the characteristic, romantic feel that defines Mexican colonial cities.
Its picturesque, labyrinthine streets are the ideal stage for a representation of the Passion Play dur...
What documents or requirements are needed to visit Mexico?
Many countries including the US, Canada, the European Union do not need a Mexican Visa to visit Mexico for up to 180 days.
Your passport is required and must be valid (not expired) at the time of entry into Mexico. Your p...
The glamour of a marina visited by internationally renowned artists and the simplicity of a red-brick cathedral surrounded by quaint little homes with barrel-tiled roofs coexist harmoniously in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco– one of the youngest and most promising jewels in Mexican tourism.
El suave rumor de las olas es el constante compañero de quien visita Tulum, en el sur de la Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo. Los vestigios de esta gran ciudad amurallada, que fue centro comercial, y religioso de los mayas, se levantan aún con majestuosidad sobre un pequeño acan...