Join the Dia de Los Muertos festivities in Mexico

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Dia de los Muertos is certainly one of Mexico’s most important religious festivals. It takes place annually in Mexico on 1st and 2nd of November. Far from being a morbid event, the Day of the Dead  emphasizes remembrance of past lives and is a celebration of the continuity of life. https://www.facebook.com/108676257147561/videos/779979822419255/ Origins of el Dia […]

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Common Mistakes First Time Visitors Make in Mexico

Common mistakes first time visitors make in Mexico

This blog tackles the most common mistakes first time visitors make in Mexico. If this is your first visit then you’ve probably got some preconceived notions about what you might find. COMMON MISTAKES FIRST TIME VISITORS MAKE IN MEXICO Because of the preconceived beliefs tourists have before they arrive, they tend to repeat the same […]

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Breaking Bread PdC Debunks Myths about Mexico

Breaking Bread PdC

Breaking Bread PdC is an exciting new experience for visitors to Cancun/Riviera Maya. Visitors get to meet local residents in an informal setting and discover the truth about Mexico. Most notably, Breaking Bread PdC debunks the myth that Mexico is  “dangerous” and has a “third world atmosphere” Mi casa es tu casa Consequently, by meeting […]

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Mexico Travel Update, What are the issues?

This Mexico Travel Update focuses on the recent issues that may be influencing travelers´ decisions on visiting Mexico. Issues include the current U.S. political climate towards Mexico. Besides that, safety and security concerns in tourist areas. Another focal point is the dismantling of the national tourism board in May. Finally, ongoing reports of massive amounts […]

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Cancún vacation, much more than sunshine and great beaches.

For North Americans, a Cancún vacation is high on their travel priority list. European visitors especially from the UK and France are also flocking here to enjoy the country’s stunning scenery. Not to mention its astonishingly rich cultural heritage. So important are Mexico’s ancient Aztec and Mayan sites and historic colonial cities that many are […]

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Travel to the set of Roma with Lomas Travel and discover the places that inspired Alfonso Cuarón`s hit movie

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Roma, the 2018 movie by Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón is up for 10 Academy Awards.  Set in 1970 and 1971, the film is a semi-autobiographical take on Cuarón’s upbringing in Mexico City.  The title refers to Colonia Roma, a neighborhood in the city. Like many movies before it, Roma`s film location is triggering a speight of tourism interest.  Swathes […]

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