An Iconic Mexican Experience on a Shoestring Just fifty kilometres from Jalisco’s capital Guadalajara is the village of Tequila. The birthplace of Mexico’s national drink.
San Miguel de Allende is a staple for many visitors to Mexico. With its cobble streets, European feel and charm, it is evident why this
Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro some 200 kilometers north of Mexico City is often overlooked by tourists headed for the charming colonial town of San Miguel
Mexico’s claim to fame in when it comes to food and beverage is tacos, tequila and perhaps now mezcal too with its recent resurgence. But
The Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve is located in Querétaro covering approximately one-third of this state’s territory. Protected by the government, Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve boasts
There’s plenty going on in this bustling metropolis. But with five million people crammed into a valley with limited space, transport can be anything from mildly confusing to downright terrifying. Leave the car and grab some walking shoes to discover 6 of the best things to do and see on foot in Monterrey.
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