Guanajuato, Mexico — canadianglobetrotter

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The capital city of the state with the same name, Guanajuato is a charming city that is becoming more and more popular with each passing year. The allure of Guanajuato stems from its unique layout which differs from most other Mexican cities. The narrow streets, winding alleyways and various tunnels running under the city make […]

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The night no one sleeps — Creative Hands of Mexico

Many foreigners living in Mexico may have never heard of the country’s smallest state, Tlaxcala. The area’s history, from pre-Hispanic kingdom to the present, seems to revolve around maintaining its independence and identity, first from the Aztecs, then the Spanish and in more modern times, the state of Puebla, which surrounds it on three sides. […]

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Tequila a “Pueblo M@gico” in Mexico — Corners of the world

Traveling to Mexico could seems simple to plan as most travelers do to the most common locations like Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico City, & Los Cabos— But have you ever thought of challenging your travel experience to Mexico by going to a “Pueblo Magico”???? Well Did You Know….. Mexico has 111 “Pueblos M@gicos” (Magical Towns) You […]

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