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Dental Tourism Continues to Thrive in Mexico

Global Edmonton

A trip to the dentist can be a painful experience for both for your mouth and your wallet. That's why a growing number of Canadians have been seeking out cheaper dental work in Mexico.

Cultural Tourism Propels Mexico Ahead

According to the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index, Mexico made it to 57th place in the world's ranking, the fifth among Latin American countries, and the ninth in the Americas.

10 Most Sacred Spots on Earth

Fox News

When we modern folks visit a beautiful natural site, the experience may evoke a sense of peace, a feeling of awe...or just the need to snap a million photos. For our ancient forbearers, though, these places were so much more.

The Passion of Iztapalapa Draws Thousands in Mexico

Hispanically Speaking News

The Passion of Iztapalapa, a massive annual procession in which the faithful reenact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and commemorate the end of a 19th-century epidemic, drew hundreds of thousands to the streets of Mexico City.

The Copper Canyon's Raramuri Tribe


40-year-old Michelle Frost from London travels to northern Mexico to stay with the Raramuri, an ancient tribe who live perched on the edge of the spectacular Copper Canyon.

Mexico, Safety and Other Questions of Travel


Full disclosure: I love Mexico. Mexico taught me how to relax, how to kick back, how to say "manana" and "de nada." The warm-hearted people (warm-hearted, yes but also not beyond hustling tourists) also taught me about kindness, eating, cooking, and in some interesting ways, family and love.

Semana Santa: Holy Week in Tzintzuntzan, Mexico


Semana Santa (Holy Week) started this week once again in its ancient, timeless tradition in a little village called Tzintzuntzan, near Patzcuaro, in the Central Highlands of Michoacan, Mexico.

Cancun Still Thrives During Spring Break Season

Associated Press

While American tourism to Mexico slipped 3 percent last year, the country remains by far the biggest tourist destination for Americans, with about 20 million U.S. visitors a year, according to annual survey of bookings by the largest travel agencies.

Mexico Wants American Tourists to 'Remember Acapulco'


The onetime haunt of Hollywood starlets and international jetsetters has become a symbol for the human and economic toll exacted by Mexico's ongoing war with rival drug cartels. Now, a new promotional campaign dubbed "Remember Acapulco" is trying to reassure would-be visitors - and rekindle some of that old glamor.

Dozens Of 550-Year-Old Tombstones Discovered at Tenochtitlan Ruins

International Business Times

About 23 tombstones dating back to 15th century have been excavated at the ancient site of Tenochtitlan in the central part of Mexico City, the UNESCO's World Heritage Centre said in a statement late last week.

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