Mexico is a country just south of North America, on the border of the states of California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas. It is perfect for a cost-friendly wedding destination, while offering scenic views and gorgeous weather.
What Makes Mexico Perfect for Destination Weddings?
The Spanish-speaking country has something for everyone. There are religious buildings and beautiful beaches for the perfect wedding day. It doesn’t matter whether you want a casual or very traditionally religious ceremony. There will be something to suit you within Mexico.
It continues to be the number one wedding destination for people all over the world. While getting the views and the beautiful weather, it is all affordable. It is also a popular tourist destination because of the climate and perfect beaches, along with all the things to do and see.
There are various locations offering something different for all. Cancun is the hotspot for parties and is extremely busy throughout the year. It is also the home of the second largest reef around the globe, making it one of the best diving spots for those who love something like this. For those who want something a little more peaceful, Cabo San Lucas is another popular wedding destination. It was built as a resort town and is full of marine life. It is home to some of the best spas in the country, as well as beautiful white sandy beaches and warm blue waters.
Riviera Maya, originally known as the Cancun-Tulum Corridor, is another favourite spot for weddings. It faces the Caribbean waters and is full of smaller villages and towns for a more local feel. You’ll get some of the rarest, beautiful wedding photos with the various archaeological ruins around this part of the country.
It is also the perfect location for continuing with your honeymoon afterwards. There are many activities to do around the country, including various water sports and visiting historic sites.
Famous Parts of Mexico
Mexico is a country full of culture and history. When it comes to literature, Nezahaulcoyotl is one of the most well-known poets to come out of the country. Juana Ines de la Cruz and Juan Ruiz de Alarcon are others that are popular, basing their literature on the colonising from the Spanish.
Music is an extremely important part of Mexican culture, with Thalia, Paulina Rubio and Alejandro Fernandez being some of the most well-known singers to come from the country. When it comes to groups, many may have heard of Molotov and Cafe Tacuba.
Mexico will also forever be known as the first Latin American city to host the Olympic Games in 1968. It has also been privileged to host the FIFA World Cup on two occasions in 1970 and then in 1986. While football is one of the most popular sports in the country, bullfighting remains a popular pastime. Plaza Mexico has the largest bullring around the world and has the capacity for 55,000 people.
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General Information About Mexico
- Capital city: Mexico City
- Language: Spanish but there are 68 native languages recognised legally
- Area: 761,606 square miles
- Population: 118,395,054
- Currency: Peso