Festivals and Celebrations in Mexico – You Are Always Welcome

Festivals and Celebrations in Mexico – You Are Always Welcome!

 Festivals define the culture and traditions of a city or country. But if you are in Mexico and its a festival time, you will never forget the joy and juncture of celebrations in parts of the country. Canadian wanderers visit Mexico not only to enjoy beach life and nature but the celebrations, traditions and culture are other things that entice large number of tourists. If you really want to enjoy the Mexican fiestas without any hassles, you should drive your own vehicle, you can easily commute to and from between your hotel and the place of celebration. To drive your vehicle in Mexico, you need Mexican Insurance however.

While packing your bags to start your adventure, remember you need to purchase Mexican Auto insurance. You can get Mexico Insurance before your travel starts. Buying Mexico Auto Insurance online is the most reliable, least expensive method.

Another famous, in fact world famous festival of Mexico is Day of the Dead. Every year on November 1 Mexicans celebrate both death and life. In the celebrations that pay tribute to their family members who have been passed away. Mexican families take fresh flowers and delicious food to the graveyard and keep it in alongside the graves of their loved ones. San Marcos National Fair is another major celebration in Mexico. Canadians love to be a part of the largest fair in Mexico. The celebrations last for 22 days. You can enjoy bull fights, mariachi the traditional music and tequila the traditional drink. If you’re a music buff, you should not miss out on being a part of International Chamber Music Festival. You will enjoy live performance of award winning classic music in the festival.

Mexico holds various fiestas and celebrations all through the year, so read on to check which festival you can enjoy while visiting Mexico. In the month of January, you must have visited Mexico to enjoy New Year in Mexican way. However Canadians prefer to visit the town of Leon in Guanajuato to be a part of Regional Fair. Being a part of the fair, you will enjoy traditional music and dances in parades and can buy handicrafts from crafts exhibitions. In the month of February, you can be a part of the celebration of end of winter known as Candlemas. The national holiday is celebrated on the second day of the month every year.

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