Merida, Mexico: A Luxury Stay at Hacienda Petac #walkingonweekends Located roughly 45 minutes from Mérida town centre, Hacienda Petac is one of the oldest in the area. It was bought in 2000 by American couple who spent the next three-and-a-half-years transforming it into a sophisticated home available to rent in its entirety, making it the perfect place to come for a friends’ reunion or a family gathering.
Family Hotel Review: Club Med Ixtapa, Mexico. If you’re going to do all-inclusive then Club Med is hard to beat; a beautiful setting, non-stop activities for all the family and the best kids’ clubs we’ve ever come across! Best For: A total break; kids of all ages.
Mexico City with Kids: Churros and Chocolate at “El Moro”. Churros are available to buy throughout the capital but our favourite place to enjoy this sweet treat is at Churrería el Moro, in El Centro Histórico. This cafe is something of an institution and is open 24 hours a day.
Mexico with Kids: A guide to Mexico by Katja Gaskell, a mum of 3 based in Mexico City. From where and when to go to what to see and do, she details everything you need to know about travelling in Mexico with kids!
Mexico with Kids: A Guide to Oaxaca. Mexico is home to many pretty colonial cities but there’s something particularly special about Oaxaca. Colourful, characterful and completely walkable, the old city is a joy to discover with kids. There are lots of museums and galleries and handicrafts stores (which may cause some children to groan out loud!) but there are many activities that culture-wary kids will enjoy. There is also lots (lots!) of fantastic food.
Despite the #DayoftheDead's growing popularity, this is a festival with deeply rooted traditions that go back to pre-Hispanic times. During this holiday, the popular belief is that the deceased have permission to visit friends and relatives on earth and o