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The Embassy of the United States, Mexico City offers a substantial packet of information for travelers to Mexico that is always readily available online. Of the most common questions asked is whether or not a passport is required for entry into Mexico. For visitors traveling beyond the “border zone”, a small, defined area just beyond the US border that runs approximated 30 km into Mexico, guests can visit for up to 72 hours without a visa or tourist card. But if you are a US citizen of at least 16 years or older who plans to travel deeper into the interior of the country, a valid passport will be required. Continue reading
Many travelers boarding flights to Mexico from some other foreign nation often believe that the rules will be vastly different and somewhat relaxed than in their home country. How these assumptions came about is anyone’s guess. Believing this sort of misinformation often leads to missed flights, wasted money, and lots of vacation time spent in the airport trying to land another seat on the next plane. Here are five of the most common assumptions made by travelers to Mexico, assumptions that are just plain wrong. Continue reading
Our friends in Mexico really know how to celebrate life, and National Tequila Day on July 24 is just one of the many coming events this summer that proves just how vibrant and enthusiastic this culture can be. Even if you have had some rather negative experiences in the past with drinking tequila, the people of Mexico have a wide variety of cocktails made from numerous different blends and brands to ensure that everyone has a great time. Continue reading