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Christmas in Mexico
Posted November 3rd, 2012 - 5:03 pm by from Krakow, Poland (Permalink)
Hi! I'm going to Mexico on 25.12 (I land on at 17:55).
Do you think it's an interesting place for tourist to spend Christmas or you suggest to go somewhere else and visit capital city after holidays?

I want to see how Mexicans celebrate these days:)

Bartek

Posted November 20th, 2012 - 11:14 am by from London, England (Permalink)
Hi Bartek
So did you gen an answer to your question. I ll be there for the Christmas period and wondering what is it gonna be like...

If anybody answer this I d reslly appreciate

Thanks

Arzu

Posted November 20th, 2012 - 7:58 pm from Monterrey, Mexico
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Posted November 22nd, 2012 - 1:24 am by from Cuernavaca, Mexico (Permalink)
oh lovely monterrey!!!
where in mexico you wanna be for x-mas?? in mexico city?

Posted November 26th, 2012 - 3:06 pm by from Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico (Permalink)
Hi! In Mexico we celebrate Christmas on the 24th, we have a big dinner party with friends and family. Some people eat leftovers from Christmas dinner on the 25th, so they get together again for brunch... We also have the Nativity Scene in many churches, most are very big and is worth looking at them, you could walk around Meixco's city center, there should be something, I haven't been there this time of the year, but I've learned by living in Queretaro's city center that there's always going on...

Posted November 27th, 2012 - 6:32 pm by from Mexico City, Mexico (Permalink)
The 25th should be pretty quiet, but the beaches get wild starting on the 26th. I suspect the south-east will be quite busy, too, because of the Mayan craze. So maybe just take the 25th to chill a bit, walk around the city, and (hopefully!) find some food.

Heads up: the 28th of December is our version of April Fools'. Don't take headlines or, well, anything too seriously that day!