How did the pinata get to mexico?

Answer Pinatas are clay or cardboard shapes decorated with colorful tissue paper and ribbons and filled with confetti, candy, and other treats. While the pinata is often associated with Mexico, the custom... Read More »

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How long does it take to get from Mexico City, Mexico to the Mayan ruins?

According to, there are over 20 sites where you can view Mayan Ruins. The closest one to Mexico City is the site at Palenque. The trip from Mexico City to Palenque will take approxim... Read More »

Do I need a passport to fly from Guadalajara, Mexico to Merida, Mexico?

In Mexico, you do not need a passport to fly from Guadalajara to Merida. You do not need a passport to fly between any two cities within Mexico. For international travel, a passport is required to ... Read More »

Where is Los Cabos, Mexico& Cabo San Lucas, Mexico?

Located on the south tip of the California Baja Peninsula, the beach resort city of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico sits at the very point that the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Cabo San Lucas is t... Read More »

How far is Verona, Mexico from Quintana Roo, Mexico?

By air, it is 703.59 miles from Verona, Mexico, to Quintana Roo, Mexico, using the Google Earth Geographic Information System to measure from the geographic center of Verona, near Mexico City, to t... Read More »