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Top 5 cities in Mexico

Condé Nast Traveler, an American magazine, has published Top 5 cities in Mexico by Readers' Choice Awards. The publishers are positioning this annual ranking as the biggest independent survey of consumers in the United States because it is attended by more than 32,663 readers.

The Christmas in Mexico

If you're dreaming of a white like a snow Christmas, then you should go to somewhere in Scandinavia. But if you're ready for a rainbow of colorful costumes and endless dancing on Christmas night, then – go to Mexico!

The Day of Magi

January 6 the Catholic Church celebrates the Epiphany. This day is also dedicated to the memory of Three Kings (Magi) who brought gifts to baby Jesus at Christmas.

Our Lady of La Altagracia Day in Dominican Republic

On January, 21, all the residents of the Dominican Republic honor their saint patron and spiritual protector – Our Lady of La Altagracia. The cult of the Virgin appeared in the Dominican Republic in colonial times, from the beginning of the 16th century.

The Mexican Constitution Day

The birthday of constitution received a great response among Mexicans. They celebrate this day every year on February 5 and call it the Mexican Constitution Day (El Día de la Constitución Mexicana).

Happy Valentine's Day!

Today Mexico celebrates the Day of Love and Friendship. Accept our sincere congratulations!

The Flag Day in Mexico

Today Mexicans celebrate Flag Day, approved in its current form on September 16, 1968.

Independence Day in Dominican Republic

On February 27, 1844 the independence of the Dominican Republic was proclaimed, as a result of the war for the independence, – the republic has separated from Haiti.

Touristic Tianguis in Acapulco

Dear colleagues and clients!
We invite you to join us at the Touristic Tiangius 2015 in Acapulco.

Our congratulations on a Women's Day!

Dear colleagues! There are a lot of women among you, and today we want to congratulate them –  Happy Spring Day, Happy Cordiality Day, Happy Women's Day!

Mexicans honor the memory of Benito Juarez

On 21th of March Mexico remembers its national hero – Benito Juarez. This great man was born on the first day of the Mexican spring in 1806.

The first day of Spring in Mexico

From 20th to 21st of March on Mexican time, the day and night becomes equal – Mexico meets spring.

Native American Day

Native American Day is celebrated in Mexico every year on April 19 in memory of the Inter-American Indian Congress, assembled in Mexico on the same day in 1940 to protect and preserve the indigenous cultures of Northern and Southern Americas.

Easter in Mexico

Easter celebrating in Mexico represents a certain combination of the Holy Week and the first week after the Easter Sunday. Within two weeks, various religious events, secular holidays are arranged, and many people go on beach vacation.

Children's Day in Mexico

Mexicans’ love to children is boundless. Children have the equal rights with adults in the family and freedom. No wonder that in Mexico on April 30 the Children's Day (Día del Niño) is celebrated.

International Workers' Day

Dear сolleagues and clients!
Mexico Experts Travel congratulates you on the occasion of the Day of Spring and Labour!

Cinco de Mayo

The 5th of May is an important date in the history of Mexico. On this day, the Mexicans remember the Battle of Puebla, which took place on the same day in 1862. Then the Mexican army defeated the French one which was much better prepared. That was the first time during the invasion of armies of Napoleon III in Mexico.

Mother's Day in Mexico

Mother's Day in Mexico is one of the most respected and expected holidays. The 10th of May is devoted to the celebration in honor of mothers here for almost 100 years: the first time it was celebrated in Mexico in 1922.

Teacher's Day in Mexico

Teacher is one of the noblest professions. The 15th of May the Mexicans celebrate its representatives, who dedicate their lives to the students.

World Oceans Day

In 2009, the UN General Assembly established a memorable day – World Oceans Day. The idea of such event appeared in 1992. Then, in Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro, an international summit on environment and development was organized.

Father's Day in Mexico

The presents, holiday dinners, hugs, expression of children’s love and tenderness are that the Mexican dads receive on the third Sunday of June, when in Mexico and other countries around the world Father's Day is celebrated.

Army Day in Guatemala

Every year on June 30 Guatemala celebrates the Army Day. The holiday traces its history from the distant 1871, when the generals Miguel Garcia Granados and Justo Rufinos Barrios triumphantly entered the capital of Guatemala during the revolution against the Dictator Vicente Cerna.

The holiday of Vendimia

Vendimiya – in English, the word "vintage" is equal to this concept – is a harvesting of grapes intended for wine production. From of old the producers of wine were in awe of this moment, it was a celebration of their work. We invite you to become a part of such celebration!

La Guelaguetza

Guelaguetza is the most important festival in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. The representatives of the eight regions of the state – Cañada, Costa, Istmo, Mixtec, Papaloapan, Sierra Sur, Sierra Norte and Valles Centrales – gather on the hill Fortin for the most colorful dance festival of the country.

Birthday of the site

July 24 is the birthday of the new site

All works on the site are finally over and we are happy to present you, dear visitors, the fruit of a collaborative effort of web-studio Koritsa and the employees of Metmexico company.

National Rebellion Day in Cuba

It is one of the national holidays of the country, celebrated on the anniversary of the storming of the Moncada barracks made by revolutionaries. July 26, 1953 was the day of the beginning of the Cuban Revolution.

Independence Day in Peru

It is the most important day of contemporary South American republic. The Spanish conquest of Peru began in 1524, and only on 28 July of 1821 it finally gained the independence from Spain.

Assumption of Mary Day in Guatemala

This day (Día de la Virgen de la Asunción) is a big celebration in city of Guatemala, the state capital. A Virgin Mary is a patroness of the city since the time of its formation, even its full name – Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción – testifies it.

Restoration Day in Dominican Republic

Every year on this day the Dominicans celebrate the first day of the war for the independence of the Dominican Republic from Spain. They gratefully remember all those people who fought and died for their land.

Santa Rosa de Lima

On this day all the Peruvians and especially the residents of Lima commemorate the first saint of their land, which became its patroness – the St. Rose of Lima.

Day of memory of Boys Heroes

Every year on this day, the Mexicans remember six young men who died in the Battle of Chapultepec (the castle in Mexico City) in 1847, during the war of Mexico with the United States.

Independence Day in Guatemala

In 2017, Guatemala, with other Central American countries (El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica), celebrates 196 years of independence. 

Independence Day in Mexico

Perhaps one of the most important holidays in Mexico is Independence Day. Each year the festival gathers thousands of people in the main squares of major cities of the country; the Mexicans carefully prepare to the celebration decorating their homes with national symbols, hanging out numerous flags and even cooking traditional, characteristic for this date dishes.

Virgin of Mercy Day in Dominican Republic

Annually with great trepidation Dominicans celebrate the Virgin of Mercy Day, the saint patroness of their country. Her name is associated with the religious order of Mercy established in 1218. And even though it was founded in Barcelona, Spain, and not on Dominican land, which at that time was not a colony of Spain, the followers of the Order, one of the first clergymen who came to the Dominican Republic during the second voyage of Christopher Columbus brought the image of the Virgin of Redemption.

World Tourism Day

Dear colleagues and clients!
We congratulate you with our professional holiday – World Tourism Day!

Our Lady of the Rosary Day in Guatemala

The Virgin of the Rosary Day is a religious holiday celebrated by Catholics around the world on October 7, but in Guatemala it has a special meaning, because here the Virgin of the Rosary is considered the patroness.

Day of beginning of the struggle for the independence of Cuba

On October 10, 1868 public-spirited lawyer Carlos Manuel de Céspedes on the farm Demajagua freed his slaves and put the weapons into the hands of Cubans. It initiated the revolution for national liberation of Cuba and the so-called Ten-year War, which was the first of three in the history of Cuban people in the second half of the 19th century.

Revolution of 1944 Day in Guatemala

This national holiday is dedicated to the events that took place in Guatemala in October 1944, when the military, students and workers began an uprising that led to the change of government and the beginning of a new stage in the development of the country.

Day of the Dead in Mexico

Death is a strange thing. Each of us knows that someday he will get into a dark realm of severe Hades, and at the very moment when will want to live triple. The Mexicans know it too. However, they treat it are philosophically and, rather than to mourn the dead, prefer to remember them, arranging festive processions and carnivals.

Moharch Butterflies flew

Every year, Mexico welcomes the Monarch Danaus, which comes here for wintering. By late October, individuals of the east of the Rocky Mountains of Canada and United States migrate in the majority to the Biosphere Reserve "Mariposa Monarca" (Monarch Butterfly Reserve) which is located in the Mexican state of Michoacan. But in other places of Mexico this orange-black beauty can be found too.

Mexican Revolution Day

Mexico’s Revolution Day (Dia de la Revolución) is a national public holiday that celebrates a 10-year revolution that began in 1910 to end the struggle against dictator José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori. The public holiday falls on the third Monday in November, near the official day on November 20.

The Mexican Revolution was challenged by Francisco I. Madero, a reformist writer and politician. When Díaz refused to allow clean elections, Madero's calls for revolution were answered by Emiliano Zapata in the south and Pascual Orozco and Pancho Villa in the north.

The Day of The Virgin of Guadalupe

Perhaps the main of religious holidays which are celebrated by Mexican people is the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. According to the most conservative estimates, more than 5 million people during the day will visit the Basilica of the Holy Virgin, located in the north of the capital.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Dear partners, colleagues and friends!

Congratulations on Christmas and New Year!

Chinese New Year

On Friday, January 31, the residents of Chinatown in Mexico City celebrated a 4711 Chinese New Year.

Welcome to Kyiv!

Dear collegues!
We invite you to visit Ukraine International Travel Market in the capital of Ukraine.

We invite you to the exhibition!

Dear partners!
We'll be glad to see you in Moscow.

21st International Trade Faire for Travel & Tourism

We invite you to visit us in our stand 3D6: Pavillon 1, Hall 3, Stand “MEXICO”

We will be glade to see you among our clients and partners!

Welcome to ITB Berlin!

Dear collegues and clients!
We invite you to join us at the World's Leading Travel Trade Show - ITB Berlin.

Welcome to the exhibition!

Dear partners!
We invite you to visit our stand at the 23rd Moscow International Exhibition Travel & Tourism 2016, on 23-26 of March.

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