Mexico Archive

Touring Puebla: the Capital, Cuetzalan, & Cholula

We just posted a tour story on an area of Mexico that you probably haven’t read much about: Puebla. The capital city is Mexico’s fourth-largest, but it only gets a trickle of foreign tourists. Once you head out of their to the “Pueblos Magicos” scattered around Puebla state, there are even fewer of them. That’s [...]

Oaxaca City’s Cuisine, Crafts, and Zapotec History

Our latest travel tour feature from Mexico focuses on the fascinating city of Oaxaca. It takes all the elements of a historic colonial city, with its grand churches and plazas, but that’s just the starting point. You’ve got impressive ruins just outside of town, craft villages dotted around like orbiting planets, and craft mezcal distilleries [...]

A Mexican Hotel for Foodies: Casa Oaxaca

Sometimes a hotel gets famous for its view or its sumptuous rooms, others are best known for their bar. For Casa Oaxaca in the city of the same name, the restaurant of the same name is a big draw. Our latest Mexico hotel review is from what is in many peoples’ eyes the best food [...]

Refined Antiquity at Meson Sacristia Boutique Hotel in Puebla

  We wrote back in April about the great Mexican Poblano cuisine cooking class at Meson Sacristia de la Compania boutique hotel in Puebla. That’s reason enough to stay at this quirky upscale hotel, but it’s just one facet of an unforgettable experience in Mexico’s fourth-largest city. It’s got a mouthful of a name to [...]

Sleek Nizuc Resort on the Edge of Cancun

After a bit of a lull in new hotel openings on the Caribbean coast of Mexico, a few new projects have opened in the past year. The latest and greatest is the sleek Nizuc Resort & Spa that’s a quick hop from the Cancun airport. This place was a while in the making, changing hands [...]