Mexico means the navel of the moon in Nahuatl, an ancient Mesoamerican dialect. Located in the southern part of North America, it borders the United States to the north, Belize and Guatemala to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. With an area close to 2 million square kilometers, it has a lot to offer to all its visitors. Its population is approximately 130 million habitants. Spanish is the dominant language, but due to its proximity to the United States of America, English is very common in the border area and tourist destinations. The current currency is the Mexican peso (MXN) but in tourist areas the American dollar (USD) is also accepted as currency in businesses, transport and supermarkets.
The current territory of Mexico was the main stage of the Aztec and Mayan people, two of the most important civilizations of old America. During the Viceroyalty of New Spain, Mexico City was one of the most important cities. The struggle for its political independence began in 1810 and ended in 1821. During the 19th century, the country faced a series of internal wars and foreign invasions, including against the United States and France, wars that had repercussions in all areas of Mexican life. During the 20th century, after the Civil Revolution of 1910, a period of great economic growth came to this day.
Mexico is the main tourist destination in Latin America and was the third most visited in the world in 2020 thanks to the 35 cultural and natural sites that are considered World Heritage Sites, it is also one of the countries with the greatest diversity of climates in the world, Considered one of the seventeen megadiverse countries on the planet, it is home to 10% of the world's biodiversity and is home to more than 12,000 endemic species.
We could continue talking about the benefits that this Mexican land offers us for a long time, but we prefer that you discover it yourself, get to know it and share it with the same pleasure that Mexicans share our cultural, natural, gastronomic and artistic heritage.
Don't think twice and come to Mexico, we will take care of you!