An insider tip– “La Huasteca” is the former settlement area of ​​the Huasteca indigenous civilization. The region stretches across the mountainous east and the Sierra from the state of San Luis Potosí, the coastal area in the south of the state of Taumalipas, the north from the state of Veracruz and smaller regions belonginig to […]

There are various traditional dances in Mexico and those who visit historical and cultural places in Mexico City, for example, cannot avoid the lively, colourful and elaborately dressed dancers. They are often referred to as “Aztec dancers” or “Concheros” or also as “Huehuenches” or “Chichimecas”. In colourful costumes with splendid feather-adorned headdresses, they dance in […]

La Catrina, a colourful lady skeleton with a large hat and elegant clothing, is THE symbol of the Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and is famous beyond Mexico’s borders. In German, La Catrina translates as something like “the rich” or “the wealthy”. The figure was probably created by the Mexican artist José […]

Experience the Diversity of Queretaro´s Cheese and Wine Culture in Tequisquiapan! . The international cheese and wine festival is one of the cultural highlights of the Queretaro region. This year the festival takes place over the three weekends From May 23rd to June 8th, 2014 During the first week from Friday to Sunday, and in […]

Moving pictures For the 10th anniversary of Buenos Dias Mexico, we came up with something very special. Look forward to fun activities and competitions with exclusive prizes in the coming months. In December 2018 our competition continues with – Moving pictures. The following 3 questions must be answered: A) Which “Nieve” (ice cream) does Winfried […]

In Mexico For the 10th anniversary of Buenos Dias Mexico, we came up with something very special. Look forward to fun activities and competitions with exclusive prizes in the coming months. In August 2018, our contest continues – Mexico. How much do you already know about Mexico? What is Lucha Libre? What is the nickname […]

¡Buen provecho! For the 10th anniversary of Buenos Días México, we came up with something very special. Look forward to fun activities and competitions with exclusive prizes in the coming months. We began in May 2018 with our ¡Buen Provecho! Competition. Participate and test your knowledge of Mexican cuisine! Do you often eat Mexican food? […]

Halloween vs. Día de los Muertos – In less than two weeks the time has come again: In Mexico the Día de los Muertos, in english “Day of the Dead”, is celebrated. The Día de los Muertos is similar to Halloween, but somehow quite different. Where do the two holidays actually come from and how […]

The gasoline thieves of Mexico  Looking for gas stations that are still open, lining up for hours – sometimes without success because there is not enough gasoline for everyone. Traffic jams due to the people waiting in front of gas stations that are still open, panic purchasing – unimaginable? In Mexico this is becoming the […]

Our exclusive tip for book lovers Mexico is a country with a lot of tradition, culture, natural wonders, oceans, music, tortilla, tequila and chilli. A country that is so big, colourful and full of contrasts. A country in which family life plays an important role and football is indispensable. Immerse yourself in Jürgen Neubauer’s book […]