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Mexico City Pride: June 20 – June 26, 2022 Mexico City Gay Pride truly is one of the largest, wildest and crazy gay Pride events in the whole of Latin America. Mexico City Pride, or Marcha del Orgullo LGBT de la Ciudad de México, takes place every June and attracts over one million people to the streets of the capital. Mexico City is already well known for its lively gay scene, so you can imagine that celebrations reach new heights during Pride. The first Mexico City Pride took place 1978, so get ready for a well-rehearsed (and incredible) time. The main event for Mexico City Gay Pride 2022 is the Marcha de la Diversidad. The gay Pride parade departs from the soaring El Ángel de la Independencia victory column in Zona Rosa, and continues all the way to the city’s iconic Zocalo. Following the parade, a massive party will kick off in the Zocalo for the entire night.

When: October 1st – October 3rd, 2021 Where: Mexico City, Mexico In 2018, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that the near 100-year law prohibiting the recreational use of marijuana was unconstitutional, setting a nationwide precedent across the country’s court system. Culturally, weed is quickly growing in popularity, from 7 percent of citizens in favor of legalizing weed in 2008 to 33 percent in favor just a few years later. Enter Expoweed: Mexico’s first and largest 420 friendly industry event, celebrating on education, commercial use, and, of course, consumers.

When: 2021 TBD Where: Mexico City, Mexico In 2018, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that the near 100-year law prohibiting the recreational use of marijuana was unconstitutional, setting a nationwide precedent across the country’s court system. Culturally, weed is quickly growing in popularity, from 7 percent of citizens in favor of legalizing weed in 2008 to 33 percent in favor just a few years later. Enter Expoweed: Mexico’s first and largest 420 friendly industry event, celebrating on education, commercial use, and, of course, consumers.

Mexico City is rapidly making its way onto every traveler’s bucket list, and for good reason. As one of the oldest and largest cities in the Americas, Mexico City is teeming with historic heritage and cultural richness that’s bound to blow your mind. Home to nearly 200 museums, lively cantinas, bustling markets, and food scene parallel to none, Mexico City offers something for everyone. Mexico City is one of the most budget-friendly cityscape destinations in North America. Score outstanding Airbnbs for less than $50 a night and take advantage of dirt-cheap public transportation and Uber costs that make sightseeing simple.

Mexico city is the beating heart of Mexico, the center of all culture and vibrancy that pulses through the beautiful country. A Mexico City vacation around Cinco de Mayo needs to be on your bucket list, watch the city come alive with parades, mariachi bands, and firework displays. Enjoy all the wonders of Mexico City, including world-renown museums, guided tours, and plenty, plenty(!) of scrumptious to indulge throughout your celebrations.

When: 2021 TBD Where: Mexico City, Mexico In 2018, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that the near 100-year law prohibiting the recreational use of marijuana was unconstitutional, setting a nationwide precedent across the country’s court system. Culturally, weed is quickly growing in popularity, from 7 percent of citizens in favor of legalizing weed in 2008 to 33 percent in favor just a few years later. Enter Expoweed: Mexico’s first and largest 420 friendly industry event, celebrating on education, commercial use, and, of course, consumers.

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  • Cities To Celebrate Day Of The Dead From massive colored kites on an island to the endless festivities of Mexico City, Dia de Los Muertos has stood the test of time. This holiday dates way back to the indigenous Aztecs, is the oldest holiday in the world, and contrasts against the macabre of Halloween celebrations with marigold arrangements, incense, and painted candy skulls. Discovering new holidays through travel is a fantastic way to learn about new cultures and broaden our horizons, and with a holiday this steeped in history and celebration, it's no wonder Mexico draws in so many tourists at this time of year. With cities in the US and Guatemala included in this exciting list, let's look into the most gorgeous and vibrant cities to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos this year.
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  • The Best Cinco de Mayo Celebrations Cinco de Mayo marks the historic win of the Mexican army against the French way back in 1862, and the party hasn't stopped since. Pitchers of refreshing beverages underneath sunny skies, endless plates of fresh tacos and tortilla chips, mariachi bands, and we're just getting started. While Cinco de Mayo is an important holiday in Mexico, the parties in the US are some of the flashiest across the globe. Enjoy vibrant Mexican culture which is an integral piece of the fabric of the United States. Dance the day away in top US destinations such as San Antonio or Los Angeles, or experience a more historical perspective at the birthplace of the holiday in Pueblo, Mexico. Here are some of our favorite spots to hit during early May to enjoy mouthwatering food, and amazing parties that last the whole week.
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  • Places You Have to Visit in the Spring If an abundance of blooming flowers in picture-perfect locations is what you are looking for, we have the list for you! Enjoy bright colors, big blue skies, and endless fields wherever you dream of traveling this spring. Whether you seek bright pink cherry blossom trees in Japan or expansive national parks in North America, this list includes the most picturesque places to unwind after the cold winter to soak in fresh spring energy.
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