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Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
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Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
From $80.00
 
Mexico City Downtown Tour
"This monumental adventure begins early in the morning with a pickup from your hotel or other locations in Mexico City. From there you will not cease to amaze with the architecture of the buildings in the centric part of the city. The Centro Histórico holds the Mexican Flag surrounded by government and religious buildings such as the “Catedral Metropolitana” “Palacio Nacional”. There is an archaeologicall site there where Mexico started the “Templo Mayor”.  Not far from there the “Palacio de Bellas Artes” “Alameda Central” and “Monumento a la Revolución” will be waiting with all the beauty and history behind them. Also
From $92.00

More Local Customs in Mexico

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show respect during church services

do not go into churches during services unless you are dressed fairly conservatively. for women, this means arms covered. for men, it means no tank tops. for both, it means no beach wear, no short...
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be prepared to shake hands a lot

most mexicans are very friendly. the women are more shy than the men. mexican men especially will want to shake hands with you when they meet you or if they talk with you for very long. there is A LOT...
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Traditional dance

Ever heard of Mariachi and Corrido. In the time of ancient Mexican civilizations was making music is very important during festivities, ceremonies and other religious eventsMusical instruments were...
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Maya's

The Maya (Maya Yucateeks: maaya'ob, Spanish: mayas) are a people of southern Mexico and northern Central America. The term is used as an umbrella term for 29 indigenous people from the same region,...
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DAYS OF THE DEAD

It is popular belief in Mexico that the dead have divine permission to visit friends and relatives on earth. once a year during the days of the dead the living offer food, candles and flowers to their...
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THE MAYANS

The Mayan people are indigenous to parts of Mexico and Central America. They can be traced back as far as 2600 BC. The Mayans still live and work in parts of Mexico especially around Chichen Itsa,...
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many customs

1. people go in the ocean with clothes on, and sit or lay in the sand as the water laps up over them.2. vendors and musicians often come onto local and regional buses to make money. some of the treats...
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Symbol of the nation

The Aztecs believed that the place where the gods were born , the very centre of the earth, would be revealed to them by the sighting of an eagle perched on a cactus and with a snake in its beak....
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Dance of the Viejecitos

We got lucky and managed to see a performance of the Viejecitos (Little Old Men). This is a dance said to have been invented by the local Purepecha during the early colonial period to mock the Spanish...
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Rebozos

Rebozos semed part of life in the Mexican countryside and it seemed most females wore one. They use it for warmth, to accessorize, and even to carry their babies on their backs as well. You can get...
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Carry Small Bills

When carrying pesos, make sure you have plenty of small bills. It seems that no one has change or if any, very little. It doesn't make sense, as they issue large bills, so someone must use them! And...
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Day of the Dead (El Dia De los Muertos)

Although it looks like Halloween, it is not Halloween!During the Dia de los Muertos, which occurs every year on November 1 and 2, many Mexican families honor their ancestors and their dead with home...
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Zapatistas

Mexico's modern-day Zapatista movement had its roots in the southern state of Chiapas Although they are mostly associated with Chiapas, the Zapatistas aim is to represent " the dispossessed millions"...
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La fiesta de la Virgen de Guadalupe.....

Mexico, as every very catholic country, has its own Virgin- La Virgen de Guadalupe. Her day is celebrated the 12th of Decembr because on that day the Virgin appeared to an indian man, Juan Diego,...
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Popular Cities in Mexico

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Cancún

Estado de Quintana Roo
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Puerto Vallarta

Estado de Jalisco
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Tijuana

Estado de Baja California Norte
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Cabo San Lucas

Estado de Baja California Sur
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Playa del Carmen

Estado de Quintana Roo
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Mexico City

Distrito Federal
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Top Hotels in Mexico

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Campos Eliseos 204, Col. Polanco, Mexico City, 11560, Mexico
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Blvd Kukulcan Km 11.5 HZ, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico
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Blvd Nuevo Vallarta y Paseo Cocoteros s/n, Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, 63573, Mexico
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Ctra. Federal Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, 77710, Mexico
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Camino Del Mar 1, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, 23455, Mexico
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325 South 5th Avenue, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Mexico

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Xcaret

About one hour by bus from the hotels area, Xcaret is something not to be missed. Only with a little help from men, a place with natural beauty and signs of history became a park where children and...
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Malecon

during the days or in the evenings, you will always find something to see or do if you take a leisurely stroll on the "malecon," which is a wide pedestrian promenade/walkway that runs alongside the...
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Avenida Revolucion

avenida revolicion is central tijuanas main street , it is roughly 15 blocks long and is the street most frequented by tourists in the city although it had many more tourists before the drug violence...
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The Arch

This natural arch is Cabo's most famous landmark. It's only accesible by boat so you can either take a sightseeing or whale watching tour or rent a kayak and paddle out here. Right by the arch is a...
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Beaches

The beach was horrible! I thought Playa del Carmen beach was one of the prettiest beach in Mexico, FALSE! When we got there, it was extremely dirty and smelly (I mean so smelly that it smells like a...
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Zocalo

The Zocalo (also known as Plaza de la Constitucion) is the main square in the historic centre of Mexico City - also the largest city square in Latin America. The main architectural treasures of the...
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"Mexico for cultural explorers"
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"A week in Banderas Bay"
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