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There’s nothing Mexico can’t offer It’s guests. Whether you’re interested in a family vacation to a popular tourist resort such as Acapulco, tanning on a beach in Cancun, or exploring the blue lagoons bordering Guatamela, you’re sure to love every moment of your Mexico holiday! Favourites include XCaret , a park displaying traditional flora and fauna, culture and music where you can swim through caves. Be sure to stop at Museo Frida Kahlo when visiting Mexico City, set up in the home where she grew up, lived and died, it is a fascinating insight into one of Mexico’s greatest artists. Gawk at the splendour of Mayan “time temples” Chichén Itzá and tick one of the Seven Wonders of the World off your list at the same time.
The coast and lowlands are hot and humid all year round. The interior highlands are milder, but can become freezing between December and February. Rainfall is rarethroughout most of the country.
The official language spoken in Mexico is Spanish. Some English is spoken in tourist regions.
Mexican currency is the New Peso (MXN) divided into 100 centavos. Credit cards are widely accepted.
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Mexico are within The Central Time zone and are 6 hours behind Ireland