While the faithful observed Good Friday, the streets were noticeably quieter.
Alcohol sales in Mérida and Progreso will be allowed an extra three hours for the Easter Sunday holiday.
The White City is growing in popularity among travelers on Easter break. Much more rapidly, in fact, than any other holiday destination in Mexico.
The Chamber of Commerce is predicting a busy Easter vacation period, especially along the Yucatán coast.
Fish will cost up to 30 pesos more per kilogram, just as demand grows for Lent.
Companies that did not hand out Christmas bonuses last month face fines exceeding $400,000 pesos.
To the tune of Christmas carols, children and adolescents of the Caimede orphanage celebrated Christmas by dancing and exchanging messages of peace.
A bilingual Christmas Eve service will be held at Casa de las Torres, C. 75 #503 x 62 y 64, Centro Read about St. Luke’s Anglican Mission in Mérida.
Affordable gifts at the lavender cultural center on Calle 54.
In light of the tragedy at Tultepec’s fireworks market, officials here are warning that vendors selling pyrotechnics will be monitored closely.