A quinceañera is a traditional celebration in Mexico and Latin American countries, marking a girl’s 15th birthday and transition from childhood to womanhood.
Mexican crafts comprise a world of varied and colorful items with decorative and practical uses made by its many indigenous peoples.
By tradition, custom, celebration, and even work, a cantina in Mexico is the meeting point and the perfect excuse to get together and leave behind, at least for a few hours, the hectic daily life and forget it all.
One of the most recognized traditions in Mexico is the Chinelos dance (La Danza de Los Chinelos). This event takes place throughout the year in different regions of Morelos, particularly in Tepoztlan.
Do you know what alebrijes are and what is behind these colorful figures? Well, you came to the right place. I will tell you all about it.
Hey folks, today I want to talk about one of my favorite music genres, the Mariachi, one of Mexico’s most representative cultural and musical expressions.
The serape is a unique garment, full of passion and culture, that has accompanied Mexicans since colonial times…
Hello friends, I am very proud today to talk about Mexico’s main indigenous peoples and groups. As you may know, Mexico is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world.
Cinco de mayo, or May 5th, marks a historical and important date for Mexicans because it was a victorious event against a foreign country. Today, I will tell you nine facts about the famous “Battle of Puebla” celebrated on May 5th.
Mexican culture is full of colors, parties, and lots of joy. Living the Mexican festivities to the fullest means encountering the past.