Mexico is a country full of colors, flavors, sounds, traditions and history unique in the world. Its hospitality has earned it recognition as a host country par excellence, where the warmth of its people, their joy, their professionalism and their dedication make each visit to Mexico unique and unforgettable.

Only in its architecture, national and international tourists contemplate an abundant variety of pre-Hispanic, viceregal, colonial and contemporary buildings that jealously guard a piece of history of this beautiful country.

Its cuisine is one of the richest, most varied and sophisticated in the world, while its musical scale ranges from the subtle simplicity of the sound plucked from the shell of a marine snail, to the most imaginative and sweet chords of a guitar. With an area of ​​2 million square kilometers, it constitutes an inexhaustible sample of sun, beaches, culture, nature, magic, textures, adventures, fun and luxury.

Palm-fringed beaches, chili-spiced cuisine, steamy jungles, teeming cities, fiesta fireworks, Frida’s angst: Mexico conjures up diverse, vivid dreams. And the reality lives up to them.

Culture & History

At the heart of your Mexican experience will be the Mexican people. A super-diverse crew, from Mexico City hipsters to the shy indigenous villagers of Chiapas, they’re renowned for their love of color and frequent fiestas, but they're also philosophical folk, to whom timetables are less important than simpatía (empathy). You'll rarely find Mexicans less than courteous. They’re more often positively charming and know how to please guests. They might despair of ever being well governed, but they're fiercely proud of Mexico, their one-of-a-kind homeland with all its variety, tight-knit family networks, beautiful-ugly cities, deep-rooted traditions, and agave-based liquors. 

Mexico's pre-Hispanic civilizations built some of the world’s great archaeological monuments, including Teotihuacán’s towering pyramids and the exquisite Maya temples of Palenque. The Spanish colonial era left beautiful towns full of tree-shaded plazas and richly sculpted stone churches and mansions, while modern Mexico has seen a surge of great art from the likes of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Top-class museums and galleries document the country's fascinating history and its endless creative verve. Popular culture is just as vibrant, from the underground dance clubs and street art of Mexico City to the wonderful handicrafts of the indigenous population.


Mexico's gastronomic repertoire is as diverse as the country's people and topography. Dining out is an endless adventure, whether you're sampling regional dishes, such as Yucatán's cochinita pibil (slow-cooked pork) or a vast array of moles (complex sauces, their recipes jealously guarded) in Oaxaca and Puebla, or trying the complex, artsy concoctions of world-class chefs in Mexico City. Some of Mexico's best eating is had at simple seafront palapa (thatched-roof shack) restaurants, serving achingly fresh fish and seafood, and the humble taquerías, ubiquitous all over Mexico, where tortillas are stuffed with a variety of fillings and slathered with homemade salsas. 

Urban Experience 

Country of mysticism and folklore, of hospitable people who offer brotherhood to those who visit them from distant lands. Its streets tell stories: walking them, flooding the senses with their colors, aromas and flavors ... Drink it, eat it, breathe it ... Enter and visit the innumerable number of museums that faithfully guard its history. Admire the creations of artisan hands that boast the inestimable heritage of atavistic traditions. Immerse yourself fully in the idiosyncratic heritage and understand first-hand why great people had an idyll until the end of their days with this, which they considered, their second homeland. A Luis Buñuel who, in the warmth of the embrace of the earth, had a prolific artistic display and consolidating his romance with the homeland became a Mexican national. Or Trotsky who, after exile, found not only refuge in a country that welcomed him with cordiality, but also a home and invaluable friendships, children of the land like Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Revolutionary minds, artists of international stature who, through their artistic eye, captured the love for the mother, for this great nation. The same works that today, along with those of many other prodigal artists, remain as silent witnesses of love, suffering, courage, courage and integrity of a people that continues to extend its arms to anyone who seeks shelter in Mexico.

You will need time to know its gigantic capital of DF, immense in extension, in culture and monuments. From the Zócalo to the Chapultepec park, Coyoacán, the neighborhood of culture and Frida Kahlo, Xochimilco and its canals, museums, monuments and markets. and the obligatory visit to the pyramids of Teotihuacan. 

Outdoor Adventures 

With steaming jungles, snow-capped volcanoes, cactus-strewn deserts, and 10,000km of coast strung with sandy beaches and wildlife-rich lagoons, Mexico is an endless adventure for the senses and a place where life is lived largely in the open air. Harness the pounding waves of the Pacific on a surfboard, strap on a snorkel to explore the beauty beneath the surface of the Caribbean Sea, and ride the whitewater of Mexico's rivers. Or stay on dry land and hike Oaxaca's mountain cloud forests, scale the peaks of dormant volcanoes or marvel at millions of migrating Monarch butterflies. 

Chichen Itza

It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the American continent. Its Temple of Kukulcán is one of the New Seven Wonders of the Modern World, along with the Great Pyramid of Giza and 5 other cultural monuments on the planet. It is located in the state of Yucatán in what was an important ceremonial center and Mayan city. Other relevant places in Chichén Itzá are El Castillo, the Tzompantli or Platform of the Skulls, El Caracol, the Temple of the Warriors, the Ball Court complex and the Sacred Cenote. 

Rivera Maya

It is one of the most important tourist corridors in the Caribbean Sea, between Puerto Morelos and Punta Allen in the state of Quintana Roo. Its main urban destination is Playa del Carmen and its main island destinations are Cozumel and Isla Mujeres. In the Riviera there is also the archaeological site of Tulum; Akumal, with magnificent beaches and cenotes; the theme and ecological park of Xcaret and the Arrecife National Park of Puerto Morelos. 

Cancun is recognized around the world for its spectacular white sand beaches and its fascinating sea in shades of turquoise blue. With unique natural places, Mayan culture, aquatic and adventure activities. International gastronomy, spectacular golf courses, sophisticated spa facilities; exclusive shopping centers, typical handicraft markets as well as shows, bars and nightclubs that make its incomparable nightlife famous