Oaxaca occupies a fundamental place in the universe of Mesoamerican civilizations. It is the point of encounter between the Nahuan towns of the central plateau, the Mayans of the Yucatan Peninsula, and the ancient inhabitants off the coast of the Gulf of Mexic...
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 gentle murmur of the waves is a constant companion of the visitor to Tulúm, at the southern end of the Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo.
The remains of that great walled city that was once the commercial and religious center of the Mayans, still rises majestically upon a small cliff ...
The Mexican currency is called Peso and its symbol is $. The Peso and the US Dollar have both its origin in the 15th-19th century Spanish dollar.
The peso was originally the name of the eight real coins issued in Mexico by Spain and the first currency to use the $ symbol.
Its ISO code...
Leaving behind the Marina and hotel zone of Old Puerto Vallarta, we sail into Bahia de Banderas. Costa Sur (the Southern Coast) stretches out before the eyes of the traveler, Puerto Vallarta’s adventurous horizon, where the sea melts into the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain rang...
Embajada de México en Estados Unidos. Mexican Embassy in USA
1911 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.
Washington D.C., 20006 .
(202) 728-1600 Conmutador
Fax: (202) 728-1698
Consulados Mexicanos en Estados Unidos Mexican Con...