If you’re looking for a moment in a culture entirely its own, Mexico City is the place to relax and dance to the marimba.
Over the weekend in Mexico City, many will be celebrating Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. The city will be filled with celebrations, specialty performances, copious amounts of food, and vibrant colors will envelop the streets. This holiday provides many guests of Mexico City an inside look at the true culture of Mexico by paying respects to the dead as well as the celebration of their life. Traditional food such as Pan de Muertos (Day of the Dead Bread), Calaveras de Azucar (Sugar Skulls) and tamales will be served everywhere from local kitchens to high-end restaurants.