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The Day of the Dead, 2 days/ 1 night

November, 1 and 2, Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead − a holiday dedicated to the memory of the deceased. According to the legend the souls of dead relatives visit the family home on these days. In 2003, the holiday was included in the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The Day of the Dead, 7 days/ 6 nights

The Day of the Dead tradition dates back to the Aztecs and the Mayas, who brought gifts to the goddess Mictecacihuatl, the wife of the ruler of underworld, and constructed the walls with the images of skulls − tzompantli. The celebration coincides with two Catholic holidays − All Saints Day (Nov, 1) and All Souls Day (Nov, 2).

La Guelaguetza, Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza or Monday on a hill is a festival that takes place on the last two Mondays of July in the state of Oaxaca. At this time a national music sounds all over the place, artisans offer to guests to buy their goods, and the cooks – to taste a variety of dishes of national cuisine.

Inti Raymi – the Day of Sun

We invite you to visit the festival, which was one of the most magnificent of the Incas, who considered themselves as the children of the Sun. On the winter solstice, one of the shortest and coldest days in the southern hemisphere, the Incas performed various rituals to beg the Sun to not abandon its children, to not leave them.

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