Its facade already patched and painted, the iconic Lucas de Gálvez market is about to be given 2 million pesos worth of maintenance.
Traffic will yield for Monday’s huge parade celebrating the 107th anniversary of the start of the Mexican Revolution.
Social media lit up after a drone flew over the top of Kukulkán temple and took an unusual birds-eye photo, which was published online.
After 30 years, Aeroméxico is considering dropping its flights to Miami, tourism secretary Saul Ancona Salazar confirmed.
Thanksgiving is just way too formal, says Jeremiah Tower, Yucatán’s most famous expat. Here’s how he suggests loosening it up.
At the first Feria del Maíz, corn was celebrated as a basis for gastronomy, art and a variety of products.
Almost a year after the state government declared the area free of GMO crops, state authorities are sticking to their guns despite a looming federal order to reverse it.
A secret passageway discovered under Temple of Kukulkan in Chichén Itzá could shed new light on ancient Maya beliefs.
In just two years, the Chicas for Charity Polo Tournament has found support from all corners, with international players arriving and international sponsors backing it.
The city is closing down an extreme-sports park in Bosques del Poniente and replacing it with the weekly used-auto fair.