Travel to Mexico

Mexico is a country full of contrasts, from the ancient Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza to the modern metropolis of Mexico City. Enjoy delicious food, colorful traditions, and beautiful beaches.


Mexico welcomes you with a rich history, from ancient Mayan and Aztec ruins like Chichen Itza to enchanting UNESCO-recognized colonial cities like Oaxaca. Enjoy Mexican cuisine with flavorful dishes like tacos, enchiladas, mole sauce and guacamole in authentic eateries full of authentic flavors. Explore natural wonders, from the impressive Copper Canyon to majestic volcanoes like Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl, and discover the Yucatan cenotes. Experience vibrant festivals such as Dia de los Muertos, Carnival and Grito de Dolores, which reflect Mexico’s rich culture and traditions. Mexico offers diverse landscapes, from deserts to rainforests, mountains and canyons, a paradise for adventurers and nature lovers. The friendly Mexican people are happy to share their culture and traditions, while archaeological treasures such as Tikal and Calakmul reveal pre-Hispanic history. Discover the versatility, beauty and warmth of Mexico, a destination for history buffs, foodies, adventurers and beach lovers.

When to travel

Mexico can be visited year-round, but the best time to travel depends on the region you plan to visit. The winter months (November to April) are generally considered the peak tourist season, offering pleasant temperatures and low chances of rain in most areas. The summer months (May to October) bring warmer temperatures and higher humidity, but they can be a great time to visit if you don't mind occasional showers and want to experience fewer crowds.


The official language of Mexico is Spanish. English is also spoken in many tourist areas and major cities, but it's always helpful to learn some basic Spanish phrases to enhance your travel experience.


It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic before visiting Mexico to receive up-to-date information on recommended vaccinations and health precautions. Depending on the region you plan to visit, certain vaccinations such as hepatitis A, typhoid, and tetanus may be recommended. It's also important to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses and emergency evacuations.

Travel documents

A valid passport is required for entry into Mexico. Depending on your nationality, you may be eligible for visa-free entry for tourism purposes, typically for stays up to 180 days. It's important to check the visa requirements for your specific country before traveling to Mexico and ensure that your passport has sufficient validity for the duration of your stay.


Mexico is a large and diverse country, and while many areas are safe for travelers, it's essential to stay informed about the current safety situation in the specific regions you plan to visit. It's advisable to follow travel advisories, exercise caution, and take common-sense precautions such as avoiding isolated areas at night, using authorized transportation, and safeguarding your belongings.

Currency and banks

The official currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso (MXN). It's recommended to carry a mix of cash and credit/debit cards, as not all establishments accept cards, especially in more remote areas. ATMs are widely available in cities and towns, and currency exchange services are offered at banks and exchange offices. Notify your bank or credit card company about your travel plans to avoid any issues with card usage.


Mexico has an extensive transportation network that includes domestic flights, buses, taxis, and rental cars. Domestic flights are a convenient option for traveling long distances, while buses are a common and affordable mode of transportation for getting around within cities and between towns. Taxis are widely available, but it's important to use authorized taxis or ridesharing services for safety. Rental cars can provide flexibility for exploring remote areas, but driving in major cities can be challenging due to traffic and parking limitations.


Internet access is widely available in Mexico, with many hotels, restaurants, cafes, and public spaces offering free Wi-Fi. SIM cards with data plans can be purchased from local providers for mobile internet access. These are general guidelines for traveling to Mexico. However, it's always important to research and stay updated on the specific requirements and conditions before your trip, especially regarding safety, health, and any entry requirements or restrictions.


Mexico uses 127V electricity, and the standard plug types are Type A and Type B, which are the same as in the United States and Canada. If your country uses a different voltage or plug type, it's recommended to bring a universal adapter.

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