The history of Mexico is very ancient and provides many mysterious stories. Mexico’s most famous civilizations include the Mayan - you’ve probably heard of the Mayan calendar - and the Aztec. The beautiful atmosphere of the Caribbean, the secrets of ancient civilizations and nature within reach are currently a major tourist attraction. Mexico is currently the 11th most populous country in the world and has exceeded 120 million inhabitants. His official language is Spanish, but in many Mexican states he speaks indigenous languages such as Nahuatl or Mayan. It’s because there are still dozens of Native American tribes living here who use their own language, but there’s nothing to worry about, you can speak English in the recreation areas.
The most beautiful and popular beaches in Mexico are located on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Mexiko and Covid
Mexico is open to travel. It is not necessary to provide a negative PCR test or adhere to quarantine upon arrival. Most resorts ask for medical questionnaires. Passengers to the country must fill in an affidavit - form - about their health and scan the QR code they will generate upon arrival in the country.
Travel by plane to Mexico
Direct flight from Europe to Mexico takes about 11.5 hours. From Prague or Vienna, travel time depends on transfers and on average is between 15 and 20 hours.
Accommodation in Mexico
Mexico offers many accommodation options, from the cheapest rooms to luxury resorts. If you would like to go the middle way, we can offer you for example:
Food in Mexico
Mexican food belongs to very healthy and dietary cuisines, based on vegetables, legumes and fruits. Mexican cuisine is very varied, aromatic and spicy. The traditional dishes are chicken, turkey and pork, and soups are very popular sopa de lima, which is a chicken broth flavored with lemon. The festive national dish is mole poblano - boiled turkey or turkey with a thick brown sauce of chili, spices, nuts and dark chocolate. One of the world’s most famous Mexican alcoholic beverages is tequilla, whose way of drinking is elevated to a traditional ritual ceremony.
Where to go in Mexico
The ruins of the Mayan city, Chichen Itza, on the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also one of the modern seven wonders of the world. If you are going to Mexico, you must definitely visit this place. The whole area is dominated by the pyramid and the temple of the god Kukulcan El Castillo. There are 91 steps on each side of the pyramid, which together with the last step adds the number 365 like the days of the year. Although you may not get to the top, exploring El Castillo Chichen Itza is an experience.
If you are attracted by Mayan monuments, the Yucatan Peninsula is the place for you. You will be amazed by the beautiful ruins and national parks as well as kilometers of white beaches and incredible cave lakes, called Cenotes, which are ideal for diving.
The coastal town of Cabo San Lucas is one of the popular tourist destinations. The view of the beautiful white sand beaches is really an experience. Cabo is also a paradise for lovers of surfing and diving. The most popular local tourist attraction is the rock formation El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, which protrudes from the turquoise sea. There are many legends about this place in Mexico.
Let yourself be carried away on the mysterious waves of a country called MEXICO.