Cheap Flights and Holidays to Mexico from Ireland
Mexico is a fabulous destination for those special holidays and honeymoons alike. Flights and holidays to Mexico from Dublin are very reasonable. So, check them out now. Mexico is such a varied country where you will get the opportunity to explore this fascinating country with a fine toothcomb. You will have the chance to explore the ancient pre-Aztec ruins at Teotihuacán, uncover Mayan’s heritage and culture in Monte Alban as well as relaxing on the beach in the famous Acapulco resort.
Mexico is bordered on the north by the United States, on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize and the Caribbean Sea and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Check out our cheap flights and all-inclusive holidays all year round to Mexico from Ireland now.
Mexico is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area. Mexico has an estimated population of over 113 million and it is the world’s eleventh most populous country and the most populous Spanish speaking country.
Mexican culture imitates the intricacy of Mexico’s history through the union of native cultures and the culture of Spain imparted during Spain’s 300-year colonisation of Mexico.
During your trip to Mexico, be sure to try local Mexican dishes such as Chiles en Nogada, Mole Poblano and Chalupas from Puebla. Mexican cuisine is known for its powerful, wide-ranging flavours, colourful decorations and its variety of spices. If you wish to sample great Mexican food, explore our great deals on flights and holidays to Mexico from Dublin. Mexican food differs by region because of the local climate and geography and ethnic differences. The most internationally recognised dishes include tacos, enchiladas, burritos, quesadillas, tamales and mole.
Mexico is what you make it! Why don’t you dance the night away at one of the many nightclubs in Mexico. If clubbing isn’t your cup of tea, don’t despair as you can enjoy the sights and the beautiful scenery on offer in this very cosmopolitan country. There is so much to do and to see here in Mexico. Flights and holidays to Mexico from Dublin are very reasonable all year round.
You are sure to find a wide range of restaurants, bars, shopping centres and local and traditional markets, which are all within walking distance from wherever you are staying in Mexico.
When one talks about Mexico, the mariachi springs to mind. The Mariachi is synonymous with Mexico. The mariachi is the best-known form of folk music from Mexico. The name refers to the music, the musicians and the band/orchestras, which play it. During your holiday in Mexico, you should try and take in a Mariachi performance. It is well worth it. To sample the delights of Mexico up close and personal, you should explore our great deals on flights and holidays all year round to Mexico from Ireland today.
Enjoy Mexico’s breathtaking landscapes, its modern cities and its magic towns. With more than 450 beaches along its coasts, Mexico has a section of sun-kissed sand with your name on it. Los Cabos is a cosmopolitan destination for tourists. This location is such an ideal place to scuba dive or to fish, with unmatched natural surroundings, Mexican beaches stand out due to people’s warmth. Deciding which one to go will be a difficult task, but you will get the same result; all of them will take your breath away.
These are exceptional Mexican experiences. Every visitor to Mexico will go home with their own treasured images of their Mexican holiday.
If you’d like to visit other parts of Mexico, we also offer cheap Monterrey flights and holidays, or you could plan a Lima holiday during your stay in Mexico.
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Shopping Mexico has everything from fashionable boutiques to bustling markets selling traditional crafts.Taxco is famous for its fine jewellery and silverware, Oaxaca for its gold and chocolate, Guadalajara for woodwork but all is on sale in Mexico City. The markets best buys include ceramics and pottery, particularly black clay dishes from the Oaxaca region. Woven wool blankets, coloured wool and silk scarves and richly embroidered hats. Nightlife In family resorts, planned entertainment begins early at dinnertime with live mariachi music, Spanish flamenco dancers, gypsy violinists and Aztec re-enactments. Nightclubs in Mexico often open around midnight and close at daylight. Mexico City attracts international rock and pop acts, Latin music stars and the world's best ballet and orchestra companies. Zona Rosa in the city centre is home to chic, expensive bars and restaurants. Acapulco is known as the city that never sleeps with bars and discos lining the streets while Cancun is known for all-night beach parties. Food Corn,beans,potatoes, fish and chicken are popular in Mexico but there is something to suit all tastes. There is plenty of choice with US and Mexican fast-food chains also in abundance. Volcanoes The volcanic peaks of Popocat & ampeacutepetl and Nevado de Toluca are sometimes snow-capped but make for excellent climbs. Gondolas Brightly painted gondolas, often accompanied by mariachi singers can be hired to cruise the beautiful canals and floating gardens of Xochimilco. Fiestas Quiet villages or big cities, they all take at least one day off a year to party. Make sure to join in the celebrations and embrace the traditional dance and music.
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