Book your trip to the Day of the Dead in Mexico City
On 2 November 2023

Experience Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico City

What is there to discover during your visit to Mexico City?

The capital of Mexico does not belong to any constituent state, but forms its own territorial entity in which around ten million people live! The metropolitan region Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México is one of the largest conurbations on earth, with around 21 million inhabitants.

Mexico City is a city full of contrasts: wealth and poverty lie close together in the megacity! As diverse as life is in the metropolis, so is the surrounding countryside of Mexico City.

Mexico City is still considered the "Sun of Mexico" and is very popular with travellers from all over the world! The city is also the cultural, political and economic centre of the country. Cultures from all regions of the country and the continent come together here and shape the city's past, present and future.

The city also has many sights and attractions to offer, such as the Zócala, the city's main square (Plaza de la Constitución), the Anthropological Museum, the Iglesia y Hospital de Jesús monastery or the Torre Mayor. City travellers get their money's worth in Mexico City.

You can stay in beautiful city hotels and charming accommodation in the old streets of the city. Especially at a certain time of year, you should visit Mexico City!

Unforgettable events in Mexico: The Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos - the Day of the Dead - is one of the most important and one of the most colourful holidays in Mexico. From 31 October to 2 November, Mexicans celebrate the dead and celebrate their faith and beliefs in the streets of the city.

Mexicans celebrate the "Day of the Dead" in colourful parades. There is celebration, music and costumes! The festival looks back on a long tradition: the resurrection of the deceased is celebrated, and that death is not the end of life, but rather the beginning of a new chapter!

The festival mixes prehispanic customs with influences from Spanish culture. However, celebrations take place all over the country and are always a little different. What all the festivals have in common is their colourful, impressive and slightly eerie charisma - an unforgettable experience!

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Book your flight now for the Day of the Dead on 2 November 2023.


Book your hotel now for the Day of the Dead on 2 November 2023.

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