The Rough Guide to Mexico is the ultimate travel guide to this fascinating nation. With clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best Mexican attractions,

Basket Seller,  Ajijic Doorway.  Jalisco, Mexico.

Ajijic Doorway, Jalisco, I remember these colorful houses and people in the streets selling about every Mexican Handmade Crafts!

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Colorful Storefront - Mexico looks like what we saw in Mazatlan. So colorful at every turn!

Visit Mexico City! On my recent solo trip to Mexico City I stayed in the trendy La Condesa neighborhood. It was wonderful! I felt safe walking around the neighborhood even at night-time - read more about La Condesa and Mexico City at

La Condesa Mexico City - A Great Walking Neighborhood •

Mexico City - Green door in La Condesa neighborhood - Visit Mexico City's incredible restaurants & museums. La Condesa is a great walking neighborhood and base for your Mexico City vacation

Bullfighting, Mexico City Thousands of spectators gather at a bullring in Mexico City, where matadors and vaqueros, or cowboys, provide a show for the audience. Many of the world's top bullfighters begin in Spain in March, move to Lima for a month in October, then head to Mexico to close the year.

Plaza de Toros, Mexico City, Mexico: The pagentry is beautiful, but I couldn't bring myself to watch the end of the fight in the bullfighting arena. This plaza is the world's largest bullring, built in 1946 with a capacity of seats

Resultado de imagen para convento de santo domingo en la ciudad de mexic

Resultado de imagen para convento de santo domingo en la ciudad de mexic

Culture teaches us values and beliefs. There are so many cultures in our world. That is what makes our world so interesting. I love to learn about other cultures because you see how different people are, even how similar they are.

He still knows how to dance it which means that he hasn't forgotten his culture. I can write about my uncles experience and my culture.

The entrance to Ambron villa, where Lawrence Durrell lived during the second world war

Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria – in pictures

Credit: Michael Haag, author of Alexandria: City of Memory, Yale University Press, London and New Haven The entrance to Ambron villa, where Durrell lived during the second world war