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Mexico is safer than other popular destinations in the world !
Mexico is huge, ranking 14th among the world's 249 countries and spanning over 2,000 miles from end to end. Mexico is a nation of 31 states as diverse as those in the U.S. and is larger than the the States from Texas to Maine. Imagining all of Mexico is dangerous because of isolated border violence would be like cancelling a vacation to Orlando because of the Boston Bombing.
Here are 10 reasons why Mexico is the place to be…..
People: The level of friendliness of the Mexican people is among the highest in the world. Everywhere you go someone will be willing to lend a helping hand. Here is one of my favorite highlights, which captures the friendly spirit of the Mexican people.
Visit Mexico on a wonderfull Chill Out Music (Video)
Marvelling at a 1300-year-old Maya palace at Palenque as parrots screech and howler monkeys growl in the sweaty emerald jungle around you. This is Mexico. Sliding from a palm-fringed sandy beach into the warm, turquoise waves of the Pacific at Puerto Vallarta. This, too, is Mexico. See what this country offers viewing this vidéo !
El Bajío, Heart of the Colonial Mexico
El Bajío represents the states of Querétaro and Guanajuato. From tourist perspective, we have to include the States of Zacatecas, Aguascalientes and San Luis Potosí (North Bajío). These five States are the most beautiful adornment in Mexico: five pearls of the crown of New Spain, five"conservatories" of Mexican Colonial past. These five states are the heart of the Colonial Mexico.
Baja California Sur
Surrounded by the waters of the Gulf of California – the Sea of Cortez – and the Pacific Ocean, Baja California Sur, located in the northwest corner of Mexico, is a state that contrasts the soft and gentle landscape of the sea with the harshness of the desert.
Veracruz Pre-Columbian Legacy
Gateway of Mexico to the world due to its geographic location, Veracruz has an invaluable historic wealth. This tropical land gave birth to the Olmec culture, the mother culture which influenced all of Mesoamerica, including the Maya and Aztec. The huge Olmec heads are their most important legacy. Meanwhile, Tajin, “city of thunder” is the imposing architectural legacy of the Totonac people and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Jalisco State and Guadalajara capital, the Pearl Of Occident (Video)
Jalisco is one of the more important states in Mexico because of its natural resources as well as its history. Many of the characteristic traits of Mexican culture, particularly outside Mexico, are originally from Jalisco, such as mariachi, ranchera music, tequila, jaripeo ...
Chihuahua, state & capital (Video)
Besides its small breed short-haired dogs named "Chihuahua" and its notorious Copper Canyon (Barrancas del Cobre), few know the tourist trappings of Chihuahua, the largest state of Mexico, whose eponymous capital deserves some attention.
State of Tlaxcala near Mexico City
The state of Tlaxcala is located at the north-east of Mexico City. Its capital, named Tlaxcala as well, had 81, 000 inhabitants in 2007. The state is bordered by the states of Hidalgo, Puebla and Mexico; it countains about one million of inhabitants. It is comprised of 60 municipalities.
Maya World: Palenque, Bonampax, Yaxchilán
In Chiapas State, one of the most remarkable ensembles of classic Mayan architecture is located: Built on the foothills of a mountain range covered with jungle and overlooking a vast plain wet, Palenque is one of the access to the still mysterious world of one of the greatest American cultures gates: the Mayan culture. The discovery of the Mayan world is round by visiting Bonampak and Yaxchilan sites.
Missions of Sierra Gorda, Queretaro
In Mexico, in Querétaro State, there are several exceptional religious monuments in the Sierra Gorda to know: the Franciscan missions. This article invites you to discover the most important ones.
Transport in Mexico : Airports and entry requirements
According to Mexican government regulations, as of March, 2010, all U.S. citizens must show a valid passport, book or card, to enter Mexican territory, by any means of transportation, beyond the border zone (20 kilometers, 13 miles, from the border); no exceptions are made for children. No visa or tourist card is required for stays […]
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