The Festival de las Ánimas (Festival of Souls) 2018, which will be held from Oct. 24 to 31, celebrates Yucatán’s unique take on the Day of the Dead.
After a night of patriotic celebrations, locals and visitors today returned to the Plaza Grande Sunday morning for a civic military parade to mark Mexico’s 208th year of independence.
While the public is celebrating Independence Day, the state Ministry of Public Security (SSP) will be watching closely.
The entire country is preparing for its traditional commemoration on Sept. 15, and the capital of Yucatán is no exception.
The workers place it there themselves, a tradition they have followed for years, believing it brings blessings that protect them.
It’s business as usual for Labor Day on Tuesday at the zoos and some essential city agencies.
Yucatecan families will indulge their children to the tune of between 600 and 1,000 pesos when they celebrate the Dia del Niño on Monday, April 30.
High temperatures and good weather lured an estimated 220,000 beachgoers to the coast over the Easter weekend.
Today and Friday are bank holidays, and school is out, but not everyone gets the day off.
Banks, government offices and schools are closed Monday as Mexico remembers a reformer dedicated to democracy.