Mexico: A Magical Country to Explore Online
Mexico is a large country, with more history, culture, and natural beauty than you could absorb in just one visit. The Internet is a wonderful resource for planning a trip to Mexico. Book airline reservations and hotels, find the best tourist attractions, determine the best time to go, and figure out how to get around Mexico once you arrive. Then visit online chat rooms and forums to find tips and tricks for saving money while traveling as well as read firsthand reviews of cities and attractions.
Before you plan your trip to Mexico, the following resources can help you learn about the country. ... read more »
The sites below offer valuable information on travel requirements to Mexico. You'll learn about passport and visa requirements, health suggestions and more. In addition, these resources offer a deeper look at Mexican customs and traditions.
- It's important to check travel and safety advisories on the State Department's Web site before you go. While Mexico is generally a safe country to travel in, it's always better to err on the side of caution.
- In some ways, Mexico's culture, especially with respect to social interactions, differs greatly from that of the United States and other countries. Take the time to learn about the customs before you go so that you are not surprised about what you encounter and so that you don't offend any locals during your visit.
- Be sure to check Customs information before you go; new laws are going into effect in 2007 and 2008 regarding passports and Visas for all travelers.
- In Mexico, you are guilty until proven innocent. Avoid trouble with the law, and you'll have a wonderful stay.
For general information and history ...
has a vivid account of Mexico's history and culture that spans the Aztec, Maya, and Olmecs to Pancho Villa to present-day politics. Prepare to be wowed by the drama and complexity of this country.
may not dazzle with its design but it does provide a comprehensive overview of life in Mexico. Learn about the economy, the people, the cost of living, health and security issues, and lots more.
covers many varied topics for travelers to Mexico. Find links to information on taking your boat, driving, bringing your pets, and buying real estate in Mexico. There are also links to consulates, embassies, and government offices.
For local customs, etiguette, and traditions ...
has an informative and lengthy page on "The History, Myths, Arts and Traditions of Mexico." Scroll through the links to learn about major events in Mexican history, folk art, and spiritual celebrations.
has a section covering Mexico's art history and museums, culture, traditions, dance, music, and an educational program sponsored by the Mexican government.
has helpful information on the finer points of Mexican culture including etiquette and the nuances of correct behavior in social interactions.
For health advisories and safety information ...
The U.S. Department of State
has plenty of useful information regarding travel advisories and entry and customs requirements for travelers going to Mexico.
With the help of the Internet, you can easily book your own trip to Mexico. Below are some ... read more »
Mexico has a wide variety of accommodation options suited for every traveler's taste. The more ... read more »
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