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  • 27 Oct 2018

    Traditional sweets to celebrate Day of the Dead

    Categories: Festivities

    Sweets are the most expected offering in the altar of Day of the Dead. Pictures of beloved relatives, flowers and candles and the tasty pastry are the stars in each home.

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  • 28 Aug 2018

    ‘Lucha libre’: acrobatics, masks and fun

    Categories: Must-see

    Lucha libre is one of the most popular leisure activities among the Mexicans. It consists of a mix between sport and show in which there are spectacular fights. Acrobatics, jumps out ...

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  • 23 Jul 2018

    Abandoned places in Mexico City

    Categories: Must-see

    Mexico City counts with some buildings that were abandoned in the past and left behind hundreds of stories and memories. Knowing these places means knowing more the history of Mexico ...

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  • 22 Aug 2017

    MAGIC NEIGHBORHOODS IN MEXICO CITY

    If you are visiting Mexico City and you want to know the most hidden corners of this wonderful place, continue reading these lines. We will show you the most magic neighborhoods in Mexico City ...

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  • 17 Jul 2017

    Mexican muralism

    Categories: Must-see

    The Mexican muralism was a social and political movement of resistance and national identity that was expressed through painting. The main subjects were the revolution, the ...

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  • 28 Jun 2017

    La Lagunilla market

    Categories: Markets

    La Lagunilla is a historic quarter located in the center of Mexico DF. It is a curious touristic place of Mexico famous because of its three markets, built in the 1913. The ...

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  • 29 May 2017

    Mexican drinks

    Getting to know other countries’ eating habits is key to understand their culture. If you want to know better Mexican gastronomy, you cannot miss this post.

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  • 14 Apr 2017

    Burning of Judas to celebrate Easter

    Categories: Festivities

    Most of the Catholic Mexican festivities have an ethnic touch coming from the moment of first encounter between European and the indigenous cultures which took place in the past. Like this, and ...

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  • 20 Mar 2017

    Chapultepec, more than a park

    Categories: Must-see

    Did you know that Chapultepec Park is the second biggest urban park of Latin America and the fifth largest of the world? Furthermore, it is a place to relax and have fun. Mexico City Tour, with ...

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  • 10 Feb 2017

    Basilica de Guadalupe, house of ghosts

    The Basilica de Guadalupe, besides being one of the most representative ...

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