Mexico City

On weekends day-trippers form lines several blocks long going into and coming from Tijuana and other border towns. As recently as 1920 Tijuana was a small town, and... Read more


Aficionados of Mexico proclaim it to be the destination to end all destinations: a land of contrasts and wonder, offering beaches, mountains and fascinating Indian ruins inexpensive, colorful... Read more

Mexico City Map

The bullfights are a major pan of the Mexican entertainment scene, part sport, part ritual, a place to vent primitive passions. For some the bullfight is an art-form;... Read more

Mexico City Vacations

Oaxaca (pronounced wah-ha-cah), the farthest south most North Americans go in Mexico, has been called a “Mexican Classic,” an Indian city, with another massive ruin, Monte Alban. The... Read more

Mexico Map

Politically, Mexico comprises thirty-one states plus the federal district. Population is about seventy million and growing fast. (Only forty years ago the population was about thirty-five million.) Geographically... Read more

Mexico City Map

As in the U.S. there are plenty of ambulance-chasing lawyers who, when an accident occurs, are on hand to extract the maximum amount possible from the tourist. Some... Read more

Mexico Subway Map

Special auto insurance is a must. Without it the traveler may find himself in jail if involved in an accident, guilty or not. Even with the insurance the... Read more

Mexico Metro Map

TRAVEL BY ROAD Mexico has several top-notch highways, especially those around and radiating from Mexico City. Altogether Mexico has a network of 125,000 miles of paved roads. A... Read more